January 2021 Release Notes

January 2021 Release Notes

Welcome to a new year! We at TRYTN hope that you are successful in everything you set forth doing this year. For us, we spent the month focusing on time-saving features for operators as well as user experience features for customers. We’re excited for the prospects of 2021 and can’t wait to help you achieve your goals.

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Account Updates

  • Custom communications can now be marked as default and auto-apply to all new products created
  • Promo codes can now be applied to transactions being edited
  • Operators can now override a price during the booking process for a given product
  • New reporting field: lead time
  • Notes or comments can now be added to a booking record
  • Corrected an issue where gift cards being applied during an edit transaction were being returned as invalid
  • Fixed a bug where one-off SMS and emails were not finding correct customers
  • General performance, resiliency, and security enhancements

Booking and Embedding Updates

  • Applied promo codes, gift cards, or voucher codes can now be removed once applied
  • By date view and filtering has been added to the embedded experience
  • General style enhancements to prevent collisions with client websites
  • Addressed an issue where payments utilizing PayPal was failing when certain products were purchased
  • Fixed the by date view to zoom to first available date automatically
  • General performance and security enhancement

General Platform Updates

  • Ability to create a custom theme for booking experiences
  • All new client accounts auto-populate with a request for review post-activity email
  • Corrected a bug where time zones sometimes resulted in bookings not being displayed in reports
  • Fixed an issue where pre-activity emails were sending a day early
  • Resiliency and security enhancements
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