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By Tony Mobily
Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 09:14

Various improvements: writeboard notifications, API and search improvements

Apollo is becoming more and more mature; a program's maturity is measured by its stability and its features.

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By Tony Mobily
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 - 16:34

New features: search on notes, and notifications improvements

Hi there,

The holiday has definitely been good for us: this week, we have released tons of new features which were requested by users over the last few months. I will break up the list in two blog entries.

Search contact notes

We now allow users to search notes for contacts. This strengthen further the CRM side of Apollo, which now allows you to look up old conversations with your contacts by typing a few relevant words:

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By Andrea Di Clemente
Monday, August 29, 2011 - 20:34

More improvements: collapsed notify section, expanding comment form, new export permission

Hi there,

Software development happens in small steps. Before our deserved summer break (which is just about to end!), we released several small improvements in Apollo. We covered a some of them last week. Here is the rest:

The "notify" section is now collapsed by default

We gave this some thought, and decided that the main means of "subscribing" to a task should be by dropping a comment. This is what happens naturally in several blogs.

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By Tony Mobily
Monday, March 7, 2011 - 09:17

Notification options and see tasks assigned to your company or anybody

Hi Friends,

This entry is to announce two exciting features in Apollo:

  • Advanced notification options (with daily digests available!)
  • Possibility to see, in My tasks, tasks assigned to "Anyone" or to your company

As a member of staff at Applicom, I got to use these features well in advance and I just couldn't believe how much they helped me in my day-to-day work. I can see why a lot of users requested them!

So, here are the details.

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