Calling all our friends in the ATL! We are happy to be sponsoring the MacTech BootCamp series of training seminars for Mac consultant professionals. September 18th you can find us (and other great sponsors) at the Loudermilk Conference Center in Atlanta.
BootCamp is a day-long intensive seminar that dives deep on a variety of technologies and skills essential to any consultant supporting large (or small) Mac and iOS deployments. Learn the best way to provision mobile devices, manage networking and storage, implement robust backup strategies, and manage client relationships. All this, plus a great lunch and casual networking (the human kind) opportunities.
Interested? Register now and save $200 with our special e3 Software discount. See you there!
Today’s update to Direct Mail brings a variety of bug fixes and enhancements, but one of the most noticeable changes will likely be the improvements to the Reports user interface.
Since most of our customers (and most Mac users, in general) are accessing Direct Mail from their laptops, we optimized the Reports tab to make the most of limited screen real estate. As shown in the animation above, you’re able to see much more of your report in version 3.5.3 as compared to previous versions of Direct Mail.
We’ve also added a Report menu to the menu bar for easier access to features you may not have realized existed before.
As always, you can learn more about the rest of the changes in Direct Mail 3.5.3 by reading the release notes. Follow us on Twitter or Facebook for more updates in the future!
For all you WordPress fans out there, we’re happy to announce another great way to integrate Direct Mail subscribe forms into your WordPress blogs and websites. Our friends at ARScode have integrated Direct Mail support into their excellent Ninja Popups WordPress plug-in. Ninja Popups makes it easy to add eye-catching, easy-to-use subscribe forms to your site, complete with themes, statistics tracking, and more. New subscribers automatically sync to Direct Mail behind the scenes. Learn more at the Ninja Popups website.
If you prefer a subtler approach, our free Direct Mail Subscribe Form WordPress plug-in is also available to install.