December 6th, 2019 Release
The holiday season is almost here and this OfficeRnD release will feel festive. There is something for everyone.
We did several awesome releases of the OfficeRnD Platform in September. The main focus was on making the backend management platform more robust by extending it with custom permissions, processing fees and 10s of major or small improvements and bug fixes.
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.
You can read more about it here.
You can enable the Processing (Convenience) fee feature to automatically apply a fee to any payment that a member makes using a credit card.
Often, the credit card processing fees can become a serious burden on your business. You can mitigate it by applying a processing fee to your members to cover for your costs.
Please, note that your country and state laws may govern how and if you can apply such fees to your members. In many cases, the convenience fees are legal, as long as you explicitly state that the default payment option should be, for example, bank transfer, but for your members’ convenience, paying by credit card might be charged an additional fee.
You can read more about how to enable the feature here.
Part of our Member self-service story, we’re adding the ability for your members to add their teammates.
Note: Only the contact person(s) of the company will be able to add team members.
The flow works as follows:
Important: Adding team member will NOT automatically invite them to the portal or grant them any permission.
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‘.