Release Notes 26/11/2015

What’s new?

  • iDashboard is now accessible for iPad users running iOS9+ (this addresses a User Agent bug in Apple’s iOS9 release)
  • When completing a Call Back in tasks, a prompt now asks if you would like to set another Call Back for a future follow up
  • Property Attachments can now be made public, which allows them to be visible and downloadable on your iProperty hosted website
  • Beta Testers Only: New Performance Report in Office Reports

What’s changed?

  • Suppressed contacts were not always displaying their owner to some users
  • The Visitors & Analytics menu now links to a different analytics screen
  • Workspace would permit access to previously public contacts for some users with a specific set of permissions on their role
  • The values for appraisals on Health for Sales have been revised
  • Users were unable to save Listing Notes when accessing a property in a particular way via several screens
  • The contact owner would automatically be set on new contacts for some users with a specific set of permissions on their role