I’ve spent the last couple weeks working on a new feature in CMS 1.6 that allows you to create, edit and save reports just like performance charts, documents and other items in the system. This feature can save a ton of time because now reports don’t have to be rewritten if a new user wants to see them or if the dates for the report change.
In the past, the only way to save a copy of a report was to save it to your bookmarks. This worked great for the person who created the report, but it was impossible to share that report with other people on the team without recreating it for each user. Now you can create a report once, and it will be available to everyone on your team under the reports tab.Read More
How often do you run a report for a periodic set of data? Most applications allow you to enter a fixed period of data with specific dates to report on. Some will let you say things like "show me the last month's data", but even those tend to save the results based on that fixed time span. We understand how frustrating it is to constantly update your settings for a report to get the results that matter today and have done something about it.
A couple days ago I talked about how we made Corporate Management Suite 1.5 easier to use by moving the Organization and Date selectors to the upper left hand corner. It was a great start, but we didn't stop there.Read More
We're constantly refining the user interface of our Corporate Management Suite software based on feedback from our customers, but the changes in version 1.5 are particularly noteworthy. The first ones I'm going to focus on are the Organization and Calendar Period selectors.Read More
With the wonderful implementations of AJAX, many people (myself included) tend to look first within libraries like Dojo when trying to implement a client-side solution. While this is generally a good approach, one thing that some developers tend to forget is the intrinsic events like onkeypress, onmouseout, etc.