We've improved how we communicate with you via email about what's happening on your account.
If there are any warnings on your account, we'll bundle the information together and send it in one email.
This means we can keep you more up-to-date about your account, without ever spamming your inbox!
From July 1st, all emails used to send booking notifications must be verified. This security measure will prevent anyone from sending notifications from email addresses they don't own.
For accounts created before November 18th, 2020, they'll see prompts to verify their emails right now. This means there's the opportunity to verify before the switch on July 1st.
You may also notice a prompt to switch to the new booking experience if not all your booking pages are using it already.
Over the next few months, we'll be switching all accounts over to this new experience.
To give you more options when scheduling for your organization, we've been working to get everything in place to release our new Editor role soon! We have lots going on under the radar in preparation so in the meantime, here are some other exciting updates.
You may have noticed that customers no longer need to complete the CAPTCHA test to schedule meetings. We've updated to reCAPTCHA v3. This means your customers aren't interrupted on the booking form, but your booking page is still protected from bots.
Invited team members were hitting a bug if their invite was removed before they had a chance to accept it. Now, we let them know what's happened, and what to do next.
Each year we use January as an opportunity to squash some bugs. It means we can focus our energy on fixing anything outstanding and then switch the focus to new features and improvements. We also made some updates to Team management & centralized billing.
Notable Team management changes include:
As mentioned, there was a lot of bug fixes this month, including: