Today, we are really pleased to announce some great new features for Market Dojo. We believe these reflect our four core beliefs: being collaborative, transparent, agile and to have fun doing it.
Here are the highlights…
Translated Market Dojo into German and Russian
We added these specific languages in direct response to customer needs. We are well aware that our users are based all over the world, and for many of them, English is not their first language. This release also lays the groundwork for more languages in the future. We are already planning improvements to the public areas of the website in these first two languages with a new web design planned for July.
Bigger file uploads
Several customers told us they needed to include bigger files with their RFQ and Auctions Events. We have increased the maximum file size to 10Mb, to allow even more detailed documentation to be included.
Improved Edit Mode
Changes happen. When they do, it is important that they are correctly communicated to all affected parties. We have learned that when you are dealing with dozens of people in several different timezones, more focus and detail in the information you provide up front will save time later. Previously Market Dojo automatically notified everyone of changes to an Event, now this is done at the Hosts discretion, so only those who are affected will be informed. Hosts are able to include a detailed message explaining exactly what has changed.
More upload/download formats
Previously, data imported and exported from Market Dojo was only in CSV (comma separated values) text format. Now, we also support Excel (XLSX) format files. This format will address problems for users in countries where the comma is not used in CSV files and also give us more flexibility in the format of reporting we provide. Currently this is a ‘beta’ feature, and we are really keen to get any feedback on how this works in the field.
Improvements and bug fixes
We have made more than 20 improvements and fixes to give our users a better a experience. These range from changes to which information is shown first at various stages of an Event, to clearer messaging and integration to our customer database.
We have had a lot of fun putting this release together, but we are really looking forward to is hearing how it helps our customers. Do let us know what you think!