In September we have released updates that will help you gain momentum in the new season: they are designed to allow you to structure incoming tasks, and save you time on repetitive actions.
This month we have created several updates for Pyrus mobile app users, and made working with form requests and catalogs easier.
Client comments from Instagram as a Pyrus request, dashboard for form requests on Android, and formatting a text in announcements.
We’re talking about Pyrus for Apple desktops, new capabilities for client’s requests proceeding, and about how our API methods help connect Pyrus to your telephony.
You can now create Zoom video conferences in a Pyrus task. We have also made working with client inquiries easier, and improved the mobile app interface. And! As of June of this year, Pyrus is free for task management and communication.
The latest updates: hiding form fields, replying with one swipe, and switching between accounts with a single click.
If you install updates regularly, you probably already saw a yellow pear on your phone and computer screens. This is our new Pyrus icon.
Back in March Apple released a new update to its iOS 7.1. Among the accompanying one-page release notes it published on the occasion was the following line:
This line is remarkable for what it implies about email usage: that there are enough people out there who have 10,000 unread emails. Enough of those users noticed the bug and brought it to Apple’s attention. Presumably, Apple fixes thousands of minor bugs in between releases, yet this one made it to the main release summary, prominently featured as a major fix.