Over September and October we’ve made some significant changes to the evvnt product that we’d love to share with you.
“Although a great deal of this has been implemented at the staff side ‘back-end’, including superior account management features that allow us to handle customer packages, payments and billing from one centralised place, we’re also proud to share with you some of features releases and improvements for the customer product.” Philip Lardi, Product Manager.
1. Click Analytics
Your click analytics graphs have been updated to reflect a cumulative growth of clicks in cases where the scale was too large to display all data.
The graphs have also been modified to improve legibility by resizing click-points, returning the key and by improving the display of each axis.
2. Facebook API integration improvements
The content that we post to Facebook has been streamlined and improved, resulting in better listing of your events.
Don’t forget to connect your Facebook account from your event reports, enabling us to post directly to your Facebook account or page for you.
3. Time Field Modifications
The Show Time field has been removed as a result of client feedback that it was a duplication of the Start Time field.
Additionally, Door Time’s can now be listed before the Start Time of the event.
4. Image Uploader
We have put a great focus into the image uploader and in reducing the number of reported issues when submitting event images.
The progress bar and status messages have been enhanced to better communicate to a user the state of their images. Technical changes have vastly improved the success rate of image uploads which now sees it
5. ‘My Events’ page
The new My Events page has been launched, replacing the previous Reports page, and now houses all the new event management functions.
1. The My Events tab is accessible from the navigation bar.
2. Tabs allow you to select between different states of your events.
3. New functions are available for events, detailed further below.
6. Edit, Draft & Clone
When adding an event to the app, if the submission process is exited before the final submission your event will remain saved to your drafts. Drafts are accessible from the My Events page and, via the ‘Edit’ button, allow you to reenter the submission and make any necessary updates before submitting.
Events that have been submitted can also then be cloned to save time on future submissions. Cloning skips the time of completing the entire Submit Event form by instead pre-filling the submission form with the cloned details. Everything except the dates, times and images are cloned – saving you time on quick submissions.
7. Add Event Form – Category Search
When submitting an event the category selector from the Submit Event form has been changed to a search & select tool rather than a tiered approach. This allows you to quickly navigate to a specific category, without getting lost at the top.
8. Ideas Portal
The navigation bar now includes a ‘Submit idea’ link that allows users to submit suggestions to the product & development teams.
Event reports now include information on how many more publishers are available to the user. By clicking the Add more publishers they can get in touch with the team and discuss the options for adding more publishers.