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Need to run a utilization report on just one department? Or on one location? Well, we have just added powerful filters to the reports that help you focus on specific groups of resources. Just like in the bookings section, the filters are automatically created from any custom fields you have in your settings. In our account, for example, we have custom fields...

Last year I was listening to Jeffrey Zeldman’s podcast, The Big Web Show, when I heard him mention a forthcoming event, The Digital PM Summit, which his agency Happy Cog was behind. I thought, what a great idea! We must support these guys … I used to manage a digital department for some years and my co-founder Andrew was a spectacularly good digital...

Recently here at Resource Guru we trekked many mountains and covered countless miles in search of someone who could lend their practices and abilities to aide and befriend our ever growing and wonderful customers. On said journey we stumbled upon Jordan – or maybe he stumbled upon us – and over some tea and ice cream it was decided that he...

We had a lot of fun last Tuesday giving a live demo to a full house at Google Campus. It was my first on-stage appearance of this sort so I hope it didn’t show :-\ Could be a little while before I’m keynoting at SXSW! The event was hosted by Tech Hub’s Adam Hawley who spent most of the evening doing...

I have a new outfit for when I'm capacity planning at work. @resourceguruapp pic.twitter.com/Pf32gfSLfg — Emily. Not Martha. (@Martha_B_Rosen) June 11, 2014

Towards the end of last year we introduced some powerful new filters. They were a huge improvement to our previous incarnation and, while they gave you the ability to search by ‘Name’, we felt this very handy feature should have more exposure with a ‘quick’ access point. So, we decided to include it on the main navigation next to ‘Filters’. Now,...

In response to customer feedback, we have just released the following enhancements to our API: Get the resource details of the logged in user in the context of an account: GET /v1/:subdomain/resources/me Get the logged in user’s details: GET /v1/me and: GET /v1/:subdomain/users/me Get the bookings for a particular booker: GET /v1/:subdomain/bookings?booker_id=:booker_id You can find the full documentation at https://github.com/resourceguru/api-docs. We have also just added documentation for the “users” endpoint which...

We would just like to reassure our customers that we were not affected by the OpenSSL Heartbleed Bug and there is no need to change your Resource Guru password. If you have any concerns about your Resource Guru account, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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