October 5th, 2018 Release
A new release is out featuring custom roles and permissions, processing fees, add members from the portal and many more improvements.
September is coming with another big release of the OfficeRnD Platform. The focus was on several very important improvements that many of you were waiting for.
You can now create custom roles and grant specific permissions for them. Once you create a new role, you will be able to assign it to your teammates which will grant them only the specific permissions as defined in the role.
The interface will allow you to choose the permissions based on the System Modules and then dive into each module specific entities and actions that can be taken upon this entity.
Please, note that the Custom Roles is in Private Beta for the next 2 weeks (until the next release). If you would like to give a try and have a new role added to your account, please, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ‘purchase flow’ (Signup flow, Public booking flow or internal Purchase, etc) defines what should happen when a new member is about to signup or book a meeting room. For example, whether the new member should be charged immediately, or only require their payment information, etc.
The new purchase flow system will allow you to define more granular flows based on the type of member that is purchasing a product. For example, you can specify that the ‘private office members’ are not going to be invoiced immediately while the ‘hotdesk members’ will be invoiced for their purchase immediately.
You can read more about it here.
We also facelifted the Integrations page.
Your Active Integrations will be available on top the page where you can see all the details of the integration and if there are any issues with it.
Underneath is the list of all available integrations grouped by their category.
Following are all changes in greater detail:
The next release is already in progress and will feature some key functions, such as ‘Processing Fees‘, ‘Improved Members’ Self-service‘, and ‘Better filters in the admin‘.