We asked small business owners what they are doing to help their businesses stay afloat and continue to thrive, and here are the top 5 tips they had, for any small business owner.
Upload photos to your contacts, print out your calendar items, and convert fields from one type to another.
Three more new features have been built for our LACRM users -- new field options, new export types, and bulk reassignment.
In this most recent round of updates, we continued the momentum we built up earlier this year, and put some building blocks in place for more product improvements that are yet to come.
January was a big month for product updates here at LACRM, and February is shaping up to be even better. Here are some improvements we made over the last couple of weeks
As always, our developers have been hard at work improving LACRM, and the theme this week has been "user experience polish". Not much changed functionally, but a number of things just got easier to use...
Here are some new design features we've been working on.
Since there were so many improvements last year, I wanted to write this blog post to summarize everything in one place, just in case you missed anything. So here's the list of everything we improved in 2019
Check out how many new customers, employees, and new features the Less Annoying CRM team built in 2019!
In this post, I want to explain how the new version of LACRM was designed to work well on all devices, and give you all the information you need to to be just as productive on your phone as you are on your computer.
Probably the most common feature request we get here at LACRM is the ability to sync events with Outlook. Well, I'm excited to announce that you'll be able to do just that in the new version of Less Annoying CRM!
We've been testing the new version internally for over six months. We're now ready to release it.
Along with the major redesign we've been working on this year, we're also overhauling custom fields. Our product team completely re-thought this feature from the ground up, and in the new version, fields will work the way they should have all along.
Grady Randolph is Less Annoying CRM's latest addition! You may be seeing her in your inbox or on our website soon, so here's an introduction.
I'm excited to announce that the new redesign will include significantly increased export options for account admins!
Anytime you view a contact, they'll be added to your recent contacts list so that you can easily access them again if you need to hop back to their profile.
The new design isn't 100% finished yet, but it's completely functional, and we've been using it internally for a few months already. So if you'd rather not wait for the final release, you can give it a shot right now!
In our new design, we're adding a new navigation bar -- the page menu -- the more action items.
Less Annoying also grew by two full-timers recently: Ther, a DevOps Engineer, and Elle, a CRM Coach. Both play essential roles in making sure the CRM is the best it can be for you, so take a minute to get to know them.
The changes in our upcoming redesign are mostly pretty minor, but there is one major change: how the navigation works.
At LACRM, we focus on simplicity. Our goal is to be the most intuitive CRM on the market, and for the most part we think we've accomplished that goal. But if there's one aspect of LACRM that doesn't live up to that standard, it's the settings section.
Even the leanest, scrappiest startups and smaller companies regularly turn their backs on emerging technology.
Switching to a different customer relationship management platform can be quite a challenge for small businesses.
Having a worldwide audience at your fingertips is great, but if a social media platform is the gatekeeper of your contact list, do you really own that information?
Plus, better time detection when logging emails, improved customer service, and more.