1. It is good to see “Last edited by:” in the new version of CodeTwo. It would be even better if that was a column (next to Status), so you could sort on it and see the most recently updated signature.
2. The “Last edited on:” should include the time in words. Eg. “10 hours ago”. A cool library does this for you
3. See arrow – I’d like to see “History”… who has been editing. Maybe you could even right click and choose ‘Revert’.
Figure: History of changes is needed
4. Outlook right pane – add an ‘Info’ icon on the right pane
Figure: An “info” icon could show us the last 5 people to edit the signature
There are a few shortcuts on the OWA web app, like bold (
Ctrl + B).
One thing I find myself commonly missing is the shortcut to indent/outdent text.
Tab of course will not work because it will be handled by the browser to focus on elements.
I suggest using
Ctrl + ] and Ctrl + [ to indent and outdent respectively.
There are many other actions that do not have shortcuts, all the actions on the bottom of the email composer should have a shortcut, but for now this feature would be great.
Figure: Currently there is no shortcut to indent text in OWA
Branding – Add your logo to the top left Left Nav – Add a visual feel for Client and Server – I used the outlook logo to convey it. You could show that image as you hover over it The top text could be removed “Provide a name and description…” … as doesn’t add heaps of value Preview needed – On the bottom right, would love a preview of the signature. Then you could click on it to edit. I think this would be more intuitive than clicking on the ‘design’ menu item.
Figure: CodeTwo current UI
SSW has a rule
Do you use great email signatures? and a video about signatures and CodeTwo.
I have had employees leave SSW and we have had little dramas later… this is when I discover that we have lost their forms. Has this happened to any of you?
Losing Microsoft Forms when employees leave your company can be avoided by making sure they share it to a team and not to one user.
I would like a warning in the form that says this form is an orphan and is not shared to a team.
…even better, have an admin portal that allows you to assign the missing form to a new owner.
Figure: This form was shared to a bunch of people but when the creator left, it was lost
Figure: Open form (you can see it)
Figure: But you only get “Sorry, something went wrong This form doesn’t exist”
What we want to see is the number of phone calls per recruiter – to track activity on candidates.
We can add tags to candidates within a project, but then we cannot report on it.
Figure: It is easy to add a tag for a candidate on a specific “project” (i.e. position). It should be possible to report on it
But in the custom reports, you can’t do anything with those tags:
Figure: No capabilities around tags except for “Tag Added” which doesn’t help much Suggestion
What would be awesome is a custom report that shows, for each recruiter:
Username InMail Sent Phone Calls done (could be a tag) Moved to xxx stage
Unfortunately no way to do that report ☹.
Another approach would be to have a custom stage in the pipeline like “Contacted on the phone” that we could move candidates to. Then report on that pipeline stage.
Unfortunately no way to report on this either (you can only report on the top level stage).
When I look at a list of closed Pull Requests, I can see easily see who created them, but not who approved them…
Currently, I need to click on each PR to see who approved them; or add a filter “reviewed-by:” if I want to see all items approved by a specific person…
Figure: I’d like to see “Approved by xxx” instead of just “Approved”
A little one here… I think the formatting would be nicer on iOS if the people were indented a little under each team
See image – the first column needs to be widened by default.
Even better would be the ability to drag to widen.
Figure: from Chrome on an iPad
One of the things I’ve learnt using Microsoft Forms is that employees want to get feedback on their feedback, otherwise they feel that their time went into a blackhole.
Therefore, after all the responses come in, I review the comments and I find I want to bold and highlight remarkable feedback.
Workaround – You cannot do this now, so we must copy the responses into a Word document and annotate it there. Then I record a video and send it to the staff, an example (of a public one) is below.
Please allow Microsoft Forms responses to be annotated Please allow an emoji to be given to a response Please give us an extra “Notes” column after the “Responses” column Please have the whole form have a “Notes” field too, so I can place comments there E.g. the URL of the feedback video
Figure: When viewing Microsoft Forms responses, it should be possible to annotate them
Figure: See this video where we must copy all the responses into word to be able to annotate them