Spring cleaning is upon us, and we’ve got an extra long bug fix list to showcase. This month we’ve solved some critical issues to help ensure a more stable Setmore while delivering an optimized experience for both you and your customers. Continue reading for details, below.
The Squish List: Spring Cleaning edition
West Midlands is now a selectable state for users in the UK. Previously the option was listed as Birmingham.
Fixed an issue that sometimes caused the Booking Page to display an error saying that the chosen time slot was already booked.
Setmore will now display an error to customers who attempt to book a service, class, or staff provider who was just removed.
Fixed an issue that sometimes allowed customers to schedule appointments during a staff provider’s time off.
Changes to appointment labels will now instantly sync between the Setmore web app and iOS/Android app.
Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented Setmore from scheduling recurring appointments from a computer running Windows 10.
Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented recurring appointments from being booked over a previously occupied time slot.
Changes made to a class session in the Setmore web app will now instantly reflect when viewing the class session in the Setmore app for iOS or Android.
Staff order will no longer randomize after adding and deleting a staff profile from the Setmore app for iOS/Android.
Fixed an issue that caused some users to be unable to log into Setmore if they updated their primary email address from the mobile app.
Fixed an issue that prevented the Time Off page from not loading in an Internet Explorer browser.
Fixed an issue that caused start and end days of time off to appear differently from their associated values stored in Setmore.
The Setmore app for iPad: a quick update
We anticipate a late Q2 or Q3 release for the Setmore app for iPad. It shouldn’t be long now. This timeline is subject to change as we work to create a super stable build for iPad.
Interested in a video-conferencing solution?
Setmore is currently testing a video-conferencing plugin that will turn some appointments into online video meetings. This could potentially allow you to host meetings with clients online. If this feature undergoes development, you would be able to launch video calls directly from your calendar, while Setmore took care of notifying your customers and sharing the video call link with them.
A video conferencing plugin is not officially on our product roadmap, but we’d like to know more about your experiences and needs:
Do you currently use or have need for video conferencing services?
Would it help to have the service integrated with your appointment calendar?
Would you be interested in helping us beta test a video call plugin?
Post a comment below to express your interest, and indicate if you’d be willing to help us beta test a video call plugin. Thank you!