Steve Castaneda wrote a very nice article about WLH. He mentions almost every functions that WLH gives you, currently (because we will lunch a few new functions next week). Read it, like it, tweet it. 🙂 http://www.techforagents.com/1611-37-signals-highrise/
Great, thank you so much.
Some of our users reported that support mails were lost or simply landed in spam/bulk folder.
To avoid such problems, we offer these alternatives for support related issues with the help of Zendesk:
- through emails: support at welovehighrise.zendesk.com
- via Web form: https://welovehighrise.zendesk.com
- directly from the WLH Feedback form (through zendesk API)
- as well as we offer chat service, and twitter
We must admit, Zendesk is a fine piece of art, the API is REST, well documented, fast and reliable.
And of course there are many extra features like triggers (can hook on events), macros (to help answering FAQ’s) etc.
We’re glad to offer you a higher level of service
We have seen some timeout errors in the WLH log occurred during duplicate search. Sometimes a Highrise account has thousands of contacts and the duplicate analyzer must check all to find similar emails and names. Of course it can be slow. We are trying to accelerate this process. Today we will deploy a hotfix.
You may be familiar with our task template solution to Highrise. Now you can use your pre-defined templates with cases too.
First you need to create a task template or use one created earlier.
You still can create an infinite number of task templates. Because they are the same templates you still can clone one of them to help you with specializing large templates.
Now you find a new menu item on the left, where you find your open cases.
Select as many cases as you want, and select the task template you want to execute on the right sidebar. You can specify the creating time of the first task (even in the past) and the upcoming ones will based on that date.
(Thanks Becky and Sara!)
With the Highrise SDK you are able to connect your Microsoft .NET applications to Highrise. So if you have an ASP.NET based web-application, or a .NET windows application, then you can easily integrate all of the Highrise functionality. Furthermore, you can create add-ins to the original Highrise. The SDK components are typed and secure, while forming a proxy they perform the API calls and data transfer (XML serialization, deserialization).
Just make a single, one-off payment of
USD 300 USD 200 and you get all future updates for free (we will notify you by e-mail).
See more info and documentation at http://sdk.welovehighrise.com
Due to Highrise API limitations we had to limit untagging operations up to 100 contacts at a time. As many of you didn’t like that we worked on this and managed to find a solution.
Now there’s no limit on untagging operations.
If you select contacts you want to untag, and hit the “Remove tags” button, you’ll get a messagebox showing the approximate time of the operation, being queued.