Since we launched (almost a year ago), we believed firmly in the philosophy to engage our clients (you) in our development process. We run all feature requests through our community forums; This has built both transparency in our business as well as opened up a great forum for customer interaction which every-day continues to surprise us at just how active and willing to participate our clients are.
We track the forums internally to gauge popularity of requests, and then re-arrange our development schedule accordingly. We wanted to take this process a step future and not only allow for greater engagement but also to allow for better communication of what we’re currently working on, what’s been recently finished, and what’s coming around the corner.
So today we’re excited to announce that are development team is on a road-trip; and you’re invited along for the ride and to help us choose our destinations on our Road Map!
The Road-Map is built on top of our existing feature request system, with a few improvements:
Vote for Requests
You can now vote for requests by either clicking on the vote button next to the request on the Road-Map page, or by starring the topic within the forum.
See What we’ve finished
Quickly filter feature requests to see those that we’ve recently finished. We do our best to update via blog/newsletter for major feature requests, but this list will be much more concise:
See What’s on the way
At any given time you can browse to the road-map and see what features that we’re currently working on. There is also the ability to sort requests by popularity so you’ll have a great idea of what features will be up next!
We would like to say a huge Thanks to every-one that has been involved in our development processes to-date. You requests, suggestions and of course bug reports go along way in helping us to achieve our goal of developing the ultimate workforce management and employee scheduling software!
“I can’t physically be at all six of my stores all the time, but Humanity is so efficient and convenient that I can easily manage all my locations from literally anywhere.”Troy Pugueda, Operations Manager