With spring in full swing, TaskRay has released their seasonal product updates. The April 2018 release includes exciting new features and enhanced functionality. Catch up on what's new and check out some of their tips for boosting productivity.
With the new year underway, take a few moments to catch up on the December 2017 TaskRay product updates. While you're at it, review TaskRay's tips and tricks for making this year your most productive yet.
As summer turns to fall, the TaskRay team at Bracket Labs has been hard at work on new features. The August 2017 release includes exciting new functionality aimed at making the platform even more user friendly. Watch their recorded webinar for all of the details.
The SET team has been utilizng TaskRay for a couple of months now. This tool, having robust functionality and user-friendly design, also provides additional resources for user success. In addition to FAQ documentation, TaskRay has a user success community. Beyond that, CU was recently interviewed by TaskRay to talk about how TaskRay has bolstered operations within Salesforce at CU.
May was an exciting month for the System eComm Team (SET)! Cvent statistics highlighted the incredible work that eComm users have made. Not only that, but we launched a new project management tool, TaskRay. This Salesforce app is our new communication and organization channel for all things SET. From collaboration to reporting, TaskRay will enable us to streamline and track our work.
At the May user group meeting, TaskRay was rolled out as the SET project management tool. This Salesforce app is both user-friendly and a great way to communicate with Kate. If you're interested in learning more about the functionality of TaskRay, register for their upcoming webinar and view the notes from their 2017 new feature release.
SET is all about leveraging eComm tools to streamline workflow and keep communications organized. For this reason, we use TaskRay within Salesforce as the primary channel of communication between you and your eComm Specialist. Each and every eComm communication or event is assigned it's own task within TaskRay.