Release notes 2018-09-05

Release notes

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Release notes 2018-09-05

Connect Triggre with Zapier

Zapier is a program that allows you to connect web applications with each other in little workflows. In these workflows, you can let something happen in one application that is the trigger of an action being performed in another application. And from today on, it is possible to use Zapier with Triggre!

We’ve now made one part of this connection available: an action in Triggre can lead to an action happening in a different application. This can be in Twitter, Gmail, SalesForce, WordPress, LinkedIn, and much more. Keep an eye out for more updates on our Zapier adventure!

Designer lines

Unconnected items will fade out whenever you hold your mouse over items or when you select items. This gives more insight in what is connected to each other – and what not! Take a look at the video below.
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Release notes 2018-04-05

Release notes

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Release notes 2018-04-05

New document editor

With this release we have introduced the first in a line of new editors: the document editor. A completely new way to easily design your documents. Quickly create the best looking invoices, inventory lists, letters and other documents based on the data in your application.

The concept of the editor is that items are stacked one below the other. You can add text, images, tables and even signatures to your documents. The items can also be arranged in 2 or 3 columns, and can easily be re-arranged using drag-and-drop. Creating beautiful documents has never been easier.

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Release notes 2017-11-30

Release notes

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Release notes 2017-11-30

Signatures

With this release we have added the option to add a digital signature field to forms. This means that you can now have users sign for something directly in Triggre. Popular use cases are signing for delivery, or for approving a budget request for example.

Digital signatures are legal in Europe, so there is nothing stopping you creating advanced paperless processes anymore. Combined with the built-in Triggre audit functionality available to all our customers, you are guaranteed that fraud is out of the question!

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Release notes 2017-11-14

Release notes

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Release notes 2017-11-14

Repeat actions

With repeat actions you can make a part of a flow part repeat multiple times. Inside the repeat action you can use other actions, such as add or edit data, send an email and even use decisions.

Repeat actions therefore allow you to create more powerful processes. Good uses for repeat actions are changing all products belonging to a certain user, or sending an email for all items that have a certain status.

Even more powerful processes are possible, such as algorithms that make decisions based on larger numbers of data items. An example would be to determine which users have bought a certain product twice, as well as another product. Repeat actions will help you easily build such processes.

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Release notes 2017-09-01

Release notes

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Release notes 2017-09-01

Completely redesigned

The first version of Triggre was good, but we felt that it wasn’t yet great. So instead of taking the easy road and building on top of our first version, we decided to completely change the designer. Our aim was to make Triggre even easier, even faster and most importantly even more fun to use!

That meant that we threw out the entire concept of our Designer, and started redesigning it completely. After months of discussion, drawing, writing and researching, our new concept was finished in early 2015. Making complex things simple however, is not easy. The next 2.5 years were spent rewriting almost every line of code we had written to that point in time.

Greatly improved work flow

This release introduces a completely new work flow, introducing multiple ground-breaking concepts. Users can now make flow parts, which are small, re-usable processes. These can be used in automation flows, which run automatically without any user input, and user flows, which provide a graphical representation of how the user navigates between pages, and which processes are executed in between.

Finally, using appearance, you can now visually edit what your application looks like. When designing is done, simply publish your application with a single click, and you’re done!

Follow the dots

One of the most frustrating parts of making software is finding out what is wrong with your application. But now, with our unique follow the dots feature, you can simply follow the red dots to find out where something you changed, causes an inconsistency. Simply click the red colored item, go through the wizard steps, and the problem is solved!

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