We have added a few pleasant features that will make our active users’ lives much easier. We have optimized our analysis reports for people with colorblindness, expanded the screen space for working with tasks, and increased the capabilities of the catalogs.
A well-designed workflow incorporates automation wisely to facilitate effective communication, organization, and productivity in any business process.
We’ve added a useful function for kanban boards, revamped task reminders in the Pyrus mobile app and collected all the most popular integrations in an easy-to-use catalog.
Over the last month we have been hard at work to make Pyrus even more stable and efficient. We have also created flexible catalog editing access, made it possible to sort incoming tasks by deadline, and added a new way to route tasks in forms.
We have a set of updates that will improve your service, and increase the efficiency and convenience of your company’s business processes.
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.
This month we have a few very useful updates for those of our users who use forms. These updates will make setting up your business processes easier, and the processes themselves even more streamlined and convenient.
Very soon, there will be Subscribers in your requests. Subscribers are participants from whom no action is required to keep the task moving along.
Sometimes you need to update a catalog that’s being used in a workflow. Suppose your company has opened new offices or your analyst want to change the title of a Feedback column to Comments. Let’s learn how to edit a catalog so that changes to it don’t break your workflow.