If you’re already aware of Re-flow workflow management software, you’ll have noticed the focus on developing the apps functionality and features. This time it is all about giving those using the desktop even greater control and flexibility in how they can utilise the management tools.
The biggest sign of this greater control is in the new form transfer feature. You can now create a workflow for your forms through the transfer ownership feature. This allows you to assign users to a form and set;
This functionality can be automatically handled by our software. No more do you need to personally send a form, prompt people to fill it in and return it, so you can send it to someone else. All this can be automated when the form is created.
If you’ve read our last up-date story, Re-flow Roundup 2021, you’ll have noticed the focus on developing the apps functionality and features. This time you’ll have noticed it is all about giving those using the desktop even greater control and flexibility in how they utilise those tools.
To drive that point home, V1.5 gives you the new ability to arrange your dashboards data columns however you want, simply by dragging and dropping. After all you know what information you need and where; now we let you restructure your dashboard to suit you. How’s that for greater control and flexibility?
With V1.5, we’ve improved the desktop experience in several other ways. From Single Click Presets allowing you to custom jobs set-ups for regularly used essentials, no more time wasted creating the same job repeatedly. You can even assign your new presets their own colour coding for easy reference (and bonus style points).
V1.5 marks a major point for Re-flow, with incredible improvements to an already award-winning software. We are always striving to improve our product and always raising standards.
As always, we will continue to advance this version, so watch this space for more updates, but this will be the last major version update for version one of the software. The focus now is how we can make the next iteration of Re-flow even better.