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New Updates for Week of May 20, 2024
New Updates for Week of May 20, 2024
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Written by Christina Gerber
Updated over a week ago

Please find below a list of our latest updates that are now LIVE.

Appointments

πŸ’š Rooms UI Updates: Improved the user interface for managing rooms, enhancing usability and aesthetics for appointment configurations.

πŸ’š Invites & Emails Enhancements: Ensured that location links to maps are always included in invites, confirmations, update emails, and ICS files, even if no physical map is attached, enhancing clarity and accessibility for attendees.

Companies

πŸ’š Cancellation Pop-Up: Updated the text in the cancellation pop-up for company appointments to better communicate the implications of cancellation and who receives the email.

🐞 Timezone in Emails: Corrected the differences between event and user timezones in confirmation emails for company appointments, ensuring attendees receive accurate timing information relative to their attendance type (in-person vs virtual).

Global

πŸ’š Filter Design Review: Conducted a second round of reviews for the filter design on the web, refining user interface elements for enhanced interaction.

Onboarding

🐞 Privacy Option Link Fix: Fixed a broken link in the onboarding options that allows attendees to set their visibility to private, ensuring functionality is restored.

Other

πŸ’š Open APIs for Cadence: Released open APIs for Cadence, expanding integration possibilities and enhancing system interoperability.

Reports

🐞 Search Field Error: Resolved an issue where the report section's search field was triggering error messages, improving reliability and user experience.

Schedule

🐞 Date Entry Improvement: Made enhancements to the schedule item start and end date entry process to minimize errors moving forward.

🐞 Check/Uncheck UI Feedback: Fixed an issue where the 'check all/uncheck all' options for assigning users to schedule items did not properly reflect the user interface's actions, enhancing clarity and usability.

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