Ahead of our big iQueue update, I just wanted to drop a few extra details around what else will be changing in Wishloop.
So… aside from all the new features that are being launched as part of iQueue (which Tom has already covered in his blog post last week)
…there are some other important changes coming with this upgrade that will affect all Wishloop users.
We’ve redesigned the left menu
All the Wishloop call to action features that you know and love have been added to a new Actions menu.
Whether you have access to all the apps or only some of them, you’ll be able to access all your existing campaigns here.
2. New buttons in the top navigation
The next big change is the addition of two new buttons to the header:
These buttons will be visible wherever you are in the main dashboard, and effectively serve as quick links for creating a New Action (i.e. amplify, engage, etc campaign) or a new post (for iQueue users).
The New Action button will take you through to what used to be the old dashboard:
And New Post will take you through to the all new iQueue posting screen:
Please note: even if you don’t upgrade to the new iQueue you will still be able to create sharing links, similar to the old Share extension. However you won’t have access to the new iQueue scheduling functionality.
3. We’ve removed the old dashboard screen
As mentioned above, the old dashboard screen has moved to the New Action button, so you’ll no longer see it when you login.
Instead the stats page is now the first thing you’ll see on login.
This is actually a temporary situation as we are creating a brand new dashboard as part of an upcoming change to our new user onboarding process.
However as we are initially only launching iQueue to our existing userbase we haven’t completed the new dashboard yet.
A replacement is coming, so watch this space…
4. New branding
Observant users will notice some minor brandingg tweaks.
We’ve updated our logo
And we’ve also made some stylistic updates to the platform.
Nothing too major here, just bringing things a bit more up to date.
For you design geeks, its more of a material design rather than the previous flat one.
Still a work in progress and it’s an area we will expand on further in the coming months, particularly as we start work on our new marketing website and prepare to present the new and improved Wishloop (incorporating iQueue) to the world.
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Finally, if you haven’t checked out our new product roadmap then please do.
We have a lot of exciting updates coming over the next few months.
And if you’ve not yet signed up for the iQueue launch webinar then we’d love to see you there!
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to message us via the helpdesk or via the comments below.