GlipMe 3.14 has been released!
This step was focused to create a better user experience, based on our users feedback. So we have introduced some important improvement in Web app interface.
Now, entering your GlipMe account, you will find:
- a new layout on main page: now results are combined to create the “Wall of Glip”, creating a tiles structure that allow to browse and access data quickly.
- a new search engine, that allows you to browse contacts o companies with one or more TAGs attached. Using TAGs you can create contacts lists and access them with just a click!
- a new text search engine, that allows you to combine words with many criteria, creating your custom and powerful query.
- the new keypad, that allows you to browse contacts and companies based on starting character.
- an improved main bar, with less commands and objects, but still more powerful.
- the new user panel, that provides a quick access to user account, own business card, language, etc.
- an instant search in every page, that allows to search a contact or company typing some word. Results are immediately visible.
- a new layout applied to “last seen” contacts and companies.
- a new way to manage street addresses.
- a new way to manage your profile options. We also solved a little bug related to the option that disables weekly email report.
- a new option to enable/disable contacts autoupdate feature (email sended to your contact asking to confirm/update data) for the entire organization.
- better integration with map service, to find a street address on the map.
- the app can be accessed using SSL, so connections and data are more safe.
We also provided a lot of bug fixes, and now GlipMe is better browsed using mobile devices.
As you can see, it was an hard work but we are sure that you will receive a better experience with your GlipMe.
Next steps are focused on other improvement requested by our customers, so stay in touch: you will find something that you really will appreciate 🙂
Feel free to suggest features or improvement, either using the blog, the “contact us” command in every GlipMe page, or the support email address.