We’re constantly working on giving you more, and better, tools within Watu. As a front-end user of Watu, you may sometimes be wondering what we’re working on behind the scenes, so in case this is you, here is a list of recent releases which are visible to to clients*;
*this means you will be able to see the difference. There is plenty that goes on in the background which would only make sense to developers 🙂
Booking Emails are Clearer
This is the latest release and one which many of you have been asking for! Previously, ‘successful booking’ emails listed the shifts with details at the top of the email, followed by exceptions.
This was confusing. For everybody.
Now, as seen above, it lists each shift with its details, unless all the shifts are exactly the same in which case it lists the detailed information just once.
Introducing Canadian Payroll
For our lovely and loyal Canadian clients, we released a detailed payroll data capture section integrated into Watu, much like we have for the UK, US and Australia. This means that Canadian accounts will now be able to ask staff for their bank account payment details, SIN numbers, and everything else necessary to be able to pay staff.
And when payroll is being exported, all this information will automatically populate the spreadsheet. Hello, simple payday.
Fixing a calendar glitch
When staff were looking at the calendar to pick a date – like their birthday – the white text would show up against a white background. Oops.
This has happily been corrected!
Easier profile cancellation for staff
Whilst the system previously had many blocks in place for staff cancelling their profiles with an agency, we eased some of the restrictions so that staff can now cancel even if they had been shortlisted for a job – as long as the job is in the past.
This should mean fewer emails to managers asking to be suspended.
Portfolio background image
Previously, the portfolio background had two black sections on either side to contain the image. We realised that this wasn’t ideal for some agency images, so the image now covers the entire background.
It’s ever-so-slightly sleeker and a slight adjustment to a feature we’re excited to be renovating in the future.