Taking a quick gander at our official Scooby-Doo calendar on the wall, it looks as though the dog days of summer are rapidly coming to a close (the Gregorian Calendar decrees that the dog days of summer begin on July 16th and end on August 24th). While we’re certainly not ones to cast aside tradition, the fact remains that things are still sizzling here at SoftwareKey with the recent release of SOLO Server 184.108.40.206, “pawsitively” (nyuk-nyuk-nyuk!) the most exciting and hotly anticipated version of SOLO Server to hit the streets this year!
Earlier this month, SOLO Server 220.127.116.11 was recently “unleashed” and posted to our Instant SOLO production servers. Although you can read the full release notes here, we wanted to take a few minutes to highlight some of the impressive new features in this release.
We are in the process of reworking a few of the main pages in the SOLO Server administration interface, porting the legacy code to .NET and making improvements to the look and feel as well as adding functional improvements along the way. This SOLO Server release introduces a preview of the new Customer Details page, as illustrated below.
Some notable changes and enhancements are as follows:
To preview the page, search for a customer, read the message at the top of the page and click the View New Version button. If for some reason you wish to switch back to the original version of this page, click the View Old Version button.
What feedback would you provide if you had direct access to our development team? Two new buttons were added to the top of the administration interface of SOLO Server:
The Feedback button allows you to submit your feedback directly to our development team. We have already received some good feedback from customers that will definitely make it into a future release of our products. Simply provide a subject and description of your feedback, such as:
This Feedback feature is meant to provide suggestions and feedback directly to our development team. Individual replies may not be sent on the feedback submitted. Please use the new Support button to browse the KnowledgeBase or open a ticket through our normal ticketing system to submit any bug reports or questions.
Mike Wozniak is one of the co-founders of SoftwareKey.com and responsible for marketing, content and product strategy. When he isn't plotting new ways to help customers solve licensing and business automation challenges, he likes to travel and entertain guests who come to visit the Orlando area. He also writes most of the licensing tips here.
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