At WhosOffice, we love to hear how customers interact with the product, and as such we have made a number of enhancements to both the user interface as well as refining how some of the current features work.
Scheduled to be published early June 2019 here we provide an overview all of the updates coming to the platform.
Probably the biggest update to the WhosOffice platform since its inception is the updated user interface. We are constantly striving to provide tools that are both complex in their delivery as well as being as easy to use as possible.
The updated UI includes a consistent layout to all types of screens, as well as small enhancements to guide users to make key decisions on staff/system records.
One area of update is to the branding of companies' accounts. Each account is provided with FREE company branding as one area in which system adopters can push out to their staff members. Further customisation can now be applied to all accounts to further incorporate a company's brand.
As well as updating the UI, we have made the following updates to be published:
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Title: Updates coming to WhosOffice in June 2019
Posted: Thursday, 30th May 2019
By: Tony Bushell
Direct link: http://www.whosoffice.com/blog/updates-coming-to-whosoffice-in-june-2019
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