11 Dec 2019 by Mike Weaver
Integration: The Final Step in Change Management
The final step in successful change management is the Integration stage. Here’s how to bring everything together. Watch now.
Whilst some were off on holidays enjoying a well earned end of year break, we were hard at work publishing some new features and reports to our Office 365 Reporting application.
This way we’re hoping that our customers can come back to a better set of tools in order to make 2014 more productive and prosperous year!
Let’s take a look at what we added.
Our historical reports now benefit from a more detailed date selection widget which replaces our old static time period selectors.
You can now return reporting data between two specific dates by manually selecting the dates or use the pre-canned selections.
One thing that we have come to learn over course of developing this application is that rarely does one size fit all. Many of our customers have asked for the ability to add extra columns into the data tables of our pre-defined reports.
We’ve now added this feature and most of our reports have the ability to add and remove many different sets of data. Simply click the Show/Hide Columns button at the top of the table to see what’s available.
The columns of our data tables can now also be reordered by simply clicking the column header and dragging it to a new location.
Another of our frequently requested features was the ability to see how each user is connecting to their mailbox. Are they using Outlook, OWA or their mobile phone?
Our new Connection by Client Type report shows you exactly how each user is accessing their mailbox and shows this information over a 30 day period. This can help you free up expensive licences for people who may only be using Outlook Web Access.