June 2019 Release Notes

June 2019 Release Notes

June was a month of mostly security updates and bug fixes to help give you and your customers the fastest, easiest, and more secure booking experience possible. A lot of focus was placed on tablet devices, abandoned carts, and security in these releases.

Account Updates

  • Added ability for business users to enable features as they need them
  • Enhanced the user experience for account settings, product settings, and reports pages
  • Increased usability of account pages on a tablet device
  • Abandoned cart remarketing and ability to create abandoned cart booking custom reports
  • Ability to mark add ons and questions as defaults that are auto-applied to all new products
  • New accounts are populated with example data to help with onboarding
  • Enable single sign-on (SSO) support for Google and Microsoft accounts
  • Fixed issue where free transactions were showing as refunded status
  • Fixed accessibility issue on availability calendar
  • Fixed issue on sales summary annual view to have accurate data for current month
  • Fixed an issue where manual add transactions were not appearing on reservations details page
  • General performance, resiliency, and security enhancements

Booking and Embedding Updates

  • Only display voucher fields to customers when the business contains at least one active voucher campaign
  • Added customer survey on confirmation page to solicit feedback
  • Add customer buyer information fields to Checkout page to enable abandoned cart remarketing
  • Fixed by-date view not honoring customer selected language
  • General performance, resiliency, and security enhancements

General Platform Updates

  • Deprecated PayPal Adaptive payments
  • Fixed issue where post-purchase emails were not attaching to transactions
  • Resiliency and security enhancements
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