December 2020 Release Notes

December 2020 Release Notes

We’ve focused on performance and product stability this month. But don’t worry, we’ve still added some new features to help you spend less time on the day to day and more time on the business. Notable updates include additional SMS and email communication options. 

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Account Updates

  • Operators can now send one-off SMS text messages to customers
  • Some product forms now have dirty form detection to prevent accidental navigation without saving
  • Dashboard widgets can now have saved widget settings for types and time spans
  • Fixed an issue where refunding purchases with an outstanding balance incorrectly calculated the refund amount
  • Fixed an issue where free purchases with 100% deposit due was not allowed
  • Corrected an issue with buyer language widget only returning English language
  • Fixed an issue with cash purchases and refunds
  • General performance, resiliency, and security enhancements

Booking and Embedding Updates

  • Added “booked by” and “affiliate name” fields to operator sales emails
  • Addressed an issue with autocomplete where products do not have subtitles
  • Fixed an issue with embedding modal where it would fail when only merchandise is available for purchase
  • Addressed additional style collisions between embedding and popular CMS providers
  • General performance and security enhancement

General Platform Updates

  • Corrected an issue where valid email addresses with a “+” was treated as invalid
  • Solved an issue where capacity was incorrectly calculated with different asset management strategies and questions
  • Addressed email message bodies sometimes not being captured when sent
  • Fixed an issue where applying multiple gift certificates calculated incorrect totals
  • Resiliency and security enhancements
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