February 27th, 2019 Release
In February OfficeRnD had a few releases and this blog post combines the release notes for all of them.
The new release of OfficeRnD is here and it brings lots of cool stuff to check out. Read along to learn what’s new, what’s improved and how many bugs we killed 🙂
— TL;DR —
OfficeRnD supports importing fees for a long time now but we just introduced a brand new flow which allows you to import fees without support from our customer success team and also introduces greater flexibility.
You will no longer need to use the set template to import your fees. With the new flow, you can map the columns from your uploaded file to properties of the fee, without the order or names of the column to matter.
Also, the import will guide you if there are problems with your data. A cell will be colored in red if the data format in that cell is not ok for some reason and the whole row will be colored in red if the data formats are ok, but the data in some columns don’t match your organization records – no plan with such name or in that location, no such member or company, etc. Detailed information about the problem will be available when you hover the marked with a red area with your mouse.
When exporting your bookings from now on, the export will contain columns with the bookings’ custom properties.
We introduced a new set of public APIs which you can start using for your external systems which rely on or communicate with OfficeRnD. You can read our detailed documentation on Visits here and Visitors here.
Following is the list with all changes and updates included in this release of OfficeRnD:
We are constantly working on many new features, improvements, and fixes. Use our support channels if you want to submit feedback.