Posts in Product Updates Category

Improving Schedule Beta and API throughput

By - 26 Jul 2019

The Data Must Flow! As we move forward with ironing out all the details necessary to make Schedule Beta ready for primetime, we have made great improvements to the responsiveness of the frontend, which meant that the API response times were slowly becoming the bottleneck. To address this problem systematically, we’ve been monitoring critical pathsRead more …

New url structure, improvements and bug fixes

By Jorge Alvarez - 14 Jun 2019

Since our last update we have moved some URLs around. Previously each account had its own subdomain, e.g. https://account_name.resourceguruapp.com which caused us a few technical headaches. You will find those URLs are now under the app subdomain, as https://app.resourceguruapp.com/hi/account_name. We’ve squashed a ton of bugs in the Schedule Beta, as we continue to make greatRead more …

Filtering is fast and more bugs have been squashed

By - 03 May 2019

Filtering in Schedule Beta is now faster than a cheetah chasing a limping gazelle. Clicking outside a booking modal doesn’t close it anymore, sorting order on bookings make more sense and we’ve fixed many other bugs that gets us closer to removing the “beta” from Schedule Beta. 🏎 Unified the project/client selector control and movedRead more …

Quality of life improvements to event creation and bug fixes

By Stefano - 18 Apr 2019

The effort to remove the suffix “beta” from the new schedule continues and a number of issues have been fixed in the last couple of weeks while also adding a few quality-of-life improvements to the booking creation flow. In other news the improved search algorithm, announced in the last update, has been applied to allRead more …

Better API consistency and Improvements to the Schedule Beta

By - 29 Mar 2019

Since the last update, we’ve been focusing on improving the Schedule beta based on feedback we’ve received. We’re excited to see it becoming closer to being feature complete, as we’re working on bringing over the custom availability and overtime settings next. 🐞 Fixed a bug which prevented profile images from being uploaded from the settingsRead more …

Improvements to SSO user experience and Schedule Beta

By - 08 Mar 2019

As data accumulates, so do the requirements placed on devices that process them. To make sure we keep the application responsive while user accounts grow, we constantly monitor changes made to the application to keep performance regressions in check. Since the introduction of Schedule Beta, we’ve focused on performance for mobile devices as our primaryRead more …

Streamlining modifications in the new Schedule Beta

By - 22 Feb 2019

Planning your projects and managing your resources is a proven NP-hard problem. Just ask any mathematician! To make things easier, we’ve adopted some changes that will make this process a little easier for you. We’ve identified some common operations where it was not quite clear how moving a booking or editing the date and timeRead more …

Split bookings arrive in the Schedule beta

By - 11 Feb 2019

The Schedule beta is already blisteringly fast compared to the old Schedule, and we’re taking this even further with today’s release of split bookings. Splitting a multi-day booking is now a simple two-click process. Hover over the date where you’d like to split the booking and dotted lines will appear. Click on the dotted linesRead more …

A new colour palette and bringing back booking bars

By - 01 Feb 2019

  We hope you like the new colour palette that we’ve introduced. If you haven’t already, take a look at Schedule beta where you can enjoy seeing your bookings in their full unsaturated glory 🎨☀️   So in case you’ve missed it, the changes/enhancements for this week were: The absence of bookings bars in Schedule betaRead more …

Iterating on feedback from Schedule Beta editing features

By - 23 Jan 2019

Hi there! Did you miss me? I sure did miss writing these updates while we were busy coding up the editing features in the Beta. Unfortunately, it took a bit longer to finish than we anticipated, but we all feel it was worth the effort. We’re now in the feedback and bug fixing phase, soRead more …