Desktop Client Release Notes

A collection of Weave Client's release notes

Release v5.0.3293

We are excited for our first general release of the new look and feel of the Weave Desktop Client. Below are some of the new features in this release.

  • New Look and Feel to the Weave Desktop Client.
  • Smart Lists (Birthdays, Recall, Reminders, Collections, and Follow-ups) have been moved to a central “Lists” view, which can be found on the home screen.
  • Schedule view has been revamped to be more useful. It now has a more calendar-like feel, and allows you to go backwards and forwards a week at a time.
  • Added ability to listen to call recording in household logs.
  • Better stability, and speed in all lists.
  • Creating follow-up from household view simplified by only showing household members.
  • Brought more of the interface in-line with new look and feel.
  • Added a new “Home” button on the left side of the application title bar.
  • Many fixes to the creation of and execution of follow-ups.
  • New Tour that shows new features in updates as they are released.
  • Removed warning to check off tasks after a call, since this is no longer a requirement.
  • Removed setting that corresponded to task-mark-off warning.
  • Fix issue where long URLs in text messages were not displaying correctly.
  • Fix issue when looking in schedule at date in future or past year. The year would stay the same, thus not allowing user to view appointments as expected.
  • Fix issue with filter buttons on Recent calls list not working.
  • Fix issue with employee name not displaying properly if user only have first name recorded in system. It will now display first name only, if last name is missing, instead of username.
  • Fix issue with long lists not updating properly when user clicked a filter button.
  • Fixed message box that displayed, and persisted, when sending a text message.
  • Fixed issue where call recording controls did not show up on the recent calls list for calls that had a call recording.
  • Fixed bugs related to creating/editing follow-ups.