We’ve aligned event details on the Dashboard with those of the Schedule. When you click on a Dashboard event, you will now see the details popover in all its glory instead of its less flamboyant tooltip predecessor.
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We’re working on a bunch of important features here at Guru Central and, I have to admit, adding emoji support was not one of them. So, why have we done this now? It’s a bit random, like this octopus … 🐙
Report downloads have been given a major power-up to make them infinitely more useful. The new XLSX files now display all your data in a super-useful format from the moment you open it. Oh, and you can now customize the number of hours per day in reports to suit your company too.
You can now specify whether bookings you add to Resource Guru are billable or not and get a breakdown in reports.
Stay on top of the schedule with new daily schedule emails. They also include forthcoming time off so you’ll never be blindsided by someone’s vacation again.
Spring inspired us to splash some cold water on the Guru’s face and freshen things up. We now have a much cleaner look. And we released week numbers at the same time.
We’ve just released a brand new calendar integration. Sync your events with any calendar that enables you to subscribe by URL including Outlook, Google Calendar and Apple Calendar.
Toggle the availability bars on and off depending on whether you want a cleaner, less cluttered view or the ability to easily scan for free time.
The wait is over! For those of you who have been itching to record holidays and other time off in Resource Guru, you can now dive in and do exactly that.
Important changes to our pricing are on the way, so now is the perfect time to act and ensure you’re locked into the best possible deal going forward. If you’re thinking of using Resource Guru for…
We’ve had our heads down on one of the most eagerly anticipated scheduling features from Resource Guru in a while—“Time Off” management. And it gets better. We’re also bringing you more flexible availability settings and “Overtime”…