Product Updates: Jan-Mar 2024

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Guido Schmitz

Product Updates: Jan-Mar 2024

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Our team has been working hard over the last quarter to enhance your Oneteam experience. We’re excited to present new and improved features so you can keep providing the best employee experience to your deskless teams.

What’s new?

In addition to our team’s extensive work on Oneteam 3.0, we also worked on adding and updating the following features:

✅ More personalization and interactive elements in forms
✅ Improved notification capabilities
✅ Learning paths in the Academy
✅ New chat design
✅ …
and more!

Improvements to our Forms

Forms are an easy way to streamline processes and standardize communication flows. And we’re continuously improving them so you can save even more time and improve your operational efficiency.

This quarter, our team worked on a few upgrades so you can further customize your forms:

  • Allow moderators to edit forms: Previously, only organization admins or users with admin permissions could edit the contents of any form. Now, moderators can be given specific permissions per form to change the contents of a form as well.
  • Allow comments on form submissions: Now, organization admins, form moderators, and users can leave comments on any form that is submitted.
  • New number input: There’s a new configurable field available in the number input field in Forms. When “allow decimals” is enabled, users can input a decimal number in the number input field.

More notification settings

Notifications play a crucial role in keeping users engaged, informed, and connected with their teams. Over the last few months, our team worked on a couple of upgrades to make it even easier to ensure the right notifications reach the right users:

  • New notification center (iOS): The notification center was given a complete redesign for our iOS users. Notifications are still the same, but we made some adjustments to the UX. We also added new notification filter options that were previously only available to Android users. Now, on iOS, users can also filter notifications by read status and priority setting.
  • Manage your notifications: Now, users can fully manage when they want to receive notifications. Users can temporarily pause notifications or set a notification schedule so that notifications are only sent on specific times and days of the week.
  • Customize event notifications: Previously, event notifications were preset within the app. Now, admins can choose when to notify attendees about an event they’ve created.. Plus, you have the option to remind employees to set their availability for the event.

Increased customization options in courses

We want our users to be able to design onboarding and e-learning courses that are fully tailored to their teams’ needs. That’s why this month we worked on a variety of upgrades to allow users to add more customization to their courses.

Now, admins can:

  • Set dynamic deadlines: Previously, a deadline was always a set date in the future. With this change, admins can now also select a specific amount of days that a user has to complete a course after it was assigned to them.
  • Filter course audiences by “days in service”: Admins now have a new course audience filter option. This allows them to choose the audience of a course based on the number of days users have been working at the organization.
  • Add custom hints to quiz questions: Admins can help users answer a question correctly by adding (text-only) hints to quiz questions.
  • Provide customized feedback on quiz answers: Admins can now provide feedback on quiz answers (both for correct and incorrect) in the content form they prefer (text, image, video, etc.).

Create custom learning paths

In e-learning, a learning path is a curated sequence of courses and resources designed to guide learners through a structured learning journey, tailored to their specific skills and career goals.

With learning paths, organizations can provide targeted and accessible training programs that more accurately and effectively address skill gaps, promote career advancement, and enhance employee engagement and productivity.

With Oneteam, admins can now create custom learning paths by clicking on Learning paths tab under E-learning. Add any existing courses to your learning path and set the order you want employees to follow. A learning path has its own target audience that overrides the target audience of the courses that are a part of it.

Additional upgrades

This quarter, our team also worked on a number of technical upgrades within our platform to improve your app experience:

  • New chat design: Our chat functionality has been given a fresh new look for an improved user experience.
  • Synced communities: Communities retrieved from a third party (i.e. synced communities) can now be deleted right from the app.

What’s next?

We’re continuously hearing your feedback and working to deliver best-in-class experiences to our users.

That’s why, in the coming months, we’ll continue working on many feature improvements including (but not limited to):

📱 Launching Oneteam 3.0 for all users
🖥️ Ability to complete surveys on the web app
… and much more!

Stay tuned so you don’t miss out on our upcoming features and improvements!

Guido Schmitz

Guido Schmitz

Guido Schmitz is the co-founder of Oneteam and responsible for building the employee app of the future. He works closely with customers and the product team to improve our platform and deliver more value. Fun fact about Guido: Started coding at the age of 13 and never stopped doing so. He’s passionate about building great software products that make an impact. Hyper-focused on user experience to make sure Oneteam is the #1 employee app out there.

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