October brings a totally loaded, jam-packed update for your employee app. Here's just a glimpse at some of the engaging new features: notification badges for unread news posts and chat messages; printing on demand of selected news posts; onboarding for users without email; our very first chat bot; and the SAML connector plugin. These new elements, along with many additional improvements for existing functionality, make this a real heavyweight update, and it comes just in time for iOS 11.
After releasing two major features and a far-reaching design-overhaul in March, this new product iteration focuses on improvements and maintenance of existing functionality. At the core of this update are file uploads for the messenger and a fundamentally reworked in-app editor, as well as the official documentation of the Media API to be used for integration purposes. All of these are directly available in your employee app, free of any additional charge!
This March your employee app receives a major redesign that will take your internal communication to the next level visually. Subsequently, the new start page allows you to show content in a new, more intuitive manner and gives everyone a direct access point for news, pages and other services, relevant to them. Group messaging and video-upload capability are two more exciting new features that are now available. Improvements for the forms and maps plugins round off this release.
This year's first Staffbase product update unveils comment notifications and bookmarking for your internal communications app. Employees directly benefit from these additions, as they are immediately available for all customers. Additionally, there has been a focus on security related enhancements throughout the app. Read more for the full picture.
As we're heading into the last phase of this year, your employee app will receive yet another update. Amongst the changes are three big topics that have been highly requested all around: Search, Private Messaging and integrating SharePoint. Read more to get all the details.
Managing groups and content targeting in internal communications has historically been something that is maintained in a top-down fashion. As times are changing, so is your employee app: You can now allow your workforce to decide which content to see on their own. Read more about how to drive employee engagement with open groups.