This release is about style and small usability tweaks. We gave the reports a trendy overhaul, added sorting on the standard configurations and implemented demand item splitting.
We’re constantly asking ourselfs how can we make Binocs easier and more simple to use. So we simplified a couple of things for demand
The upcoming June release’s got a sweet set of new features: timephased expertise input and optimal screen space usage
Some nice enhancements that improve data visibility in demand and reports
THE most important Binocs feature is off course the analyze flow (=the Binocs algorithm comparing the demand with the capacity and creating the reports). We just finished a major simplification of that flow.
It’s been a fantastic year so far. We’ve made a ton of improvements already, but we’re only getting started. Normally we release new Binocs updates every few weeks but now it's been a while. But no, we didn't stop improving Binocs and we're not slowing down our development efforts. We're closing 2016 with a major bang.
Through casual conversations with customers and watching users interact with Binocs, one thing became very clear recently: We could make major improvements on the way users add extra (user configurable) information to Binocs objects.
New Binocs developments: Sortable lists, change standard configurations, more impact on planning process and more ...
Loads of new stuff in Binocs during the summer: Latest activity, by the minute history logs, equipment, and more ...
May Binocs updates: full Excel export, table view for capacity analyzer, service and activity tags in analyze workload and more ...
April Binocs updates: partial competences with start and end date, team member assignment, historical and faster demand analyzer and more!
We released a batch of Binocs improvements: view filters, restriction edits, less confusing dates, and more!