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Conference Center: Some (minor) changes are on the Horizon!

Posted by Beth Toeniskoetter on
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At ReadyTalk, we spend a considerable amount of time working on the user interface of our web conferencing service. The design of the ReadyTalk product has always been centered around ease-of-use, for both the meeting organizer and participants.

We continue to make improvements to our interface, especially within Conference Center, which enables ReadyTalk users to start or schedule a meeting, create custom invitations, registration forms, promote upcoming webinars through social media, and more.  On Thursday, we will be releasing some exciting features for Conference Center, along with some minor user interface changes, such as button colors and placements.

So, what updates should you look for in Conference Center?


  • Schedule a meeting: Step 2

    • The ‘Send Invitations’ button is changing color from Green to a more neutral color



 

 

 

 

 


  • The Facebook and Twitter buttons are moving from the ‘Send Invitations’ line to the ‘Meeting Promotion Tools’ section

    • The chairperson currently uses the ‘Meeting Promotion Tools’ section to manage Marketing Campaigns


 

 

 

 


  • Updated button styles throughout Conference Center


 

 

Along with these changes, there will be some new features coming, so make sure to check back next week!

 

Beth is a Product Marketing Manager and works with our customers to understand their needs as they relate to event services and our conference center, which is used to setup the details of our clients' upcoming meetings. Outside of the office, Beth loves to spend time with family and friends, cook, and hit the slopes.

 


Name: Elizabeth Brunner
Time: Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Odd to describe a change in button color as exciting. These changes seem trivial rather than meaningful. We need improved "readability" via magnification, zoom option, or font size settings. For audio-only conf-calls, the size of the phone numbers being displayed is just too small. Hard to read the area codes accurately.

Name: Beth Toeniskoetter
Time: Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Thanks for the feedback Elizabeth, we really appreciate it! I will make sure to log your requests. We do have some exciting new features coming out in addition to the UI enhancements mentioned, so please check back on Monday, 10/23!

Name: ReadyTalk Blog » Blog Archive » Trying
Time: Monday, October 24, 2011

[...] to refer to last week’s blog post to learn about some of the user interface [...]

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