The New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series highlights new and upcoming features, add-on’s, services and general amazing-ness happening at AudioAcrobat. Readers will discover what is changing, how it might influence their strategies and the many advantages ‘change’ itself has to offer.
If you are a return reader at this here AudioAcrobat-flavored WordPress Weblog it is more than likely that you’ve noticed some major design changes to our site in the last couple of days, and more importantly an improved iPad-friendly mobile design and interface.
For those of you who have been wondering if these images are a prelude to a new AudioAcrobat.com site re-design and/or release of new features, the wait is over. Consider this your confirmation.
The screenshot seen at the top of this post was taken from the new AudioAcrobat.com home page, which is not yet but will soon be live, and does seem to hint at AudioAcrobat’s availability on your favorite smartphone… Coincidence? Not at all.
Perhaps you’ve even read Pt. I of the New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series and discovered the first of our new features to be announced. If so, our hats off to you.
New Feature #2: My Phone Numbers
This has been a popular feature request for some time now, and we’re very excited to bring the ability to secure your very own private phone numbers through AudioAcrobat to our new and existing members.
After the new site has gone live and upon logging into one’s AudioAcrobat account, the left navigation menu will be seen sporting a new menu item simply labeled, “Phones“. With a quick click, members will see the menu expand and unveil several new options, including “My Phone Numbers” and “Add Phone Number“.
Essentially, this new feature works in conjunction with the new Sizzle Lines feature announced in Pt. 1 of the New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series to give AudioAcrobat members an added method of branding their Sizzle Lines with their very own unique telephone number, as opposed to the ‘shared’ number which every member has access to.
Unlike the shared phone number currently in place for the “Guest Lines” feature (soon to be referred to as “Reply Lines“), the private phone number will also give AudioAcrobat members the ability to forgo the need to have their callers enter a PIN prior to listening/recording.
Better yet — this can all be accomplished using your iPhone/iPad! That’s right, infinite freedom — on the go. Coming soon … free coffee to go along with it!
KISS Principle … Applied!
Perhaps you’ve heard of it? KISS. Ah yes, the ‘Keep it simple, Stupid” principle. We’re firm believers in helping AudioAcrobat work best for our members by keeping things simple.
That’s why all of our new design elements, new features and overall user interface experiences are focused on simplifying the process of any task found within the system.
Is there a portion of the current (old) site that you feel could be made easier? Is there a feature that isn’t present but would make your life simpler? Let us know by submitting an email or tweeting us your feature request!
Just think, if people hadn’t spoken up, we might all still be using the 1980’s-styled mobile phones, or even worse: rotary phones! We shudder to think.
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