amoCRM launch new iPhone app
Any amoCRM user who regularly meets clients on-site should have a look at their new iPhone app. If logging in to your CRM via a browser is a chore, you’ll enjoy being able to speedily schedule appointments and tick off tasks via a handy, attractive interface. You can also monitor transactions without having to fire up your laptop. The new app is suitable for iPad and iPod touch too.
Docebo e-learning launches usability fixes
Docebo is a great cloud e-learning platform, and it has launched a few handy fixes this week – including one that makes the site mobile-ready. Docebo now auto-detects smartphone browsers and takes the user to a mobile version of the site without additional taps. Other fixes including aesthetic tweaks, including a co-ordinated login screen.
Google Docs team launch Google+ presence
Plenty of companies now have a Google+ page, although it remains to be seen if any will actually use them to their full potential. The Google Docs team have been surprisingly slow to jump on the bandwagon, but they are now posting regular Google Docs tips and tricks on their page.
Google staff are also using the platform to crowdsource opinion about Google Docs, but it’s not yet clear if any user suggestions will make it into the product.
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