REALToDo Product Update 2

REALToDo CRM Product Update

Great feedback from our small group of beta testers

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  • Per user request, added back buttons to the top of all editing windows.
  • "Refresh List" buttons are now briefly disabled after clicking.
  • Item deletion now confirmed after "Remove" button is clicked. This helps prevent accidental deletions.
  • Fixed small bug where some users did not see their user nickname (e.g., Clark) appear in the top right corner of their dashboard.

REALToDo mapping module

  • Fixed an error on Internet Explorer and Firefox that caused non-features (everything other than roads, parks, rivers, etc.) to display in black.
  • Changed the way the REALToDo API handles map requests - this should increase map loading times slightly.

REALToDo client management module

  • Fixed an error on Internet Explorer that caused the client list to display incorrectly.

REALToDo schedule/calendar module

  • Added feature to view daily schedule as a list. You can access this by clicking the "list" button in the top left hand corner of the calendar.
  • Removed "day" view from calendar, since the list view better addresses user needs.

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About James Royce Threadgill

Founder of UbiquiTools LLC. Coder/creator of REALToDo real estate CRM. Chemical engineer that previously worked in gene therapy and green plastics before founding UbiquiTools.