It’s been a busy year at Resvu with the team hard at work improving the platform and development process. As such, it seems fitting to bring back a regular what’s new email.
So, over the past month we’ve:
- Released 15 brand new features 🚀
- Made 19 enhancements to existing features 🔥
- Squashed 27 bugs 🐛
All while working on some major projects and improvements at the same time (more on this early next year).
Key New Features
- New global functionality
Rolling out a large number of sites can be challenging at the best of times, and we’re excited to release the new global correspondence library, bulk updating site contacts and images, plus the ability to set a default template for all your new sites.
For sites that have been imported via StrataMax or PIQ, we’re now recording the division / folio field. This means you can filter all your sites by searching for a division in the tables, or select a division when applying bulk updates.
- Admin teams
The Admin Teams section in account management now contains more functionality. After setting up a team with existing admins, you can bulk select which sites you’d like to add (or remove) them to as admins.
- Contractor improvements
In FMLink, if a contractor already exists in the system when you import them, we now simply update their details rather than duplicating the record. Plus, the new global settings in account management gives you the option to automatically give your site admins access to these contractors, saving the manual assignment each time.
The new MyHome section in the resident application will be going live shortly in the next round of app updates. This will allow imported lot owners access to their profile details, documents, and levy information in StrataMax or PIQ.
To see all the updates we’ve made recently, please check out the new changelog section in our help centre.
Without the amazing feedback and suggestions from you, the system wouldn’t be where it is today. We love hearing all the great ideas from our users, but sometimes things can get lost in emails chains and conversations (we’re sorry when this happens).
As such, I’m excited to release our new roadmap and suggestion portal. Moving forward, everyone can now submit, vote, comment, and track the progress of all ideas to improve the platform.
To learn more about how this new process works, we’ve put together a quick start guide to ensure your request gets the best possible chance of being built.
While the above portal is great for tracking individual items, we’ve also released our high-level roadmap which goes into detail about the overall direction, focus, and key projects we’ll be working on in the future.
On behalf of the entire team here at Resvu, we’re looking forward to delivering some serious improvements over the coming months, and can’t thank you enough for being a part of this journey to improve management wellness and resident satisfaction in high-density living communities.
Until next time 👋
Connor, Product Manager