This update brings us more Jetbuilt feature updates than we have ever seen in a single post. It could be a plethora of updates. Watch the video to get the full run-down or just scan this email.
Also in this video, Paul has a realization that building Jetbuilt might actually be more rewarding than being a rock star. We’re not sure that Bono or Taylor Swift would agree, but hey, they don’t know you guys. Your continuous stream of comments and appreciation for what we are building means more than you know.
Paul realizes that building Jetbuilt is more rewarding than being a rock star. More importantly he brings us a plethora of Jetbuilt updates!
If you use Factors to automate pricing for things like Hardware or Travel, you now have the option to present those at the ROOM level. Your factors will be presented near the bottom of each room above the room total. This is helpful if you want to show how Factors affect each room’s price.
You can now present your bundles in many ways. The newest way is to show the name of the bundle, then under that the contents can appear- with or without content pricing.
ENCRYPTED SPEC SHEET FATIGUE
Those of you who present cutsheets in your proposals for items within your project have likely suffered from ESSF or Encrypted Spec Sheet Fatigue. Jetbuilt found the cure, and will now alert you and reject the upload of any encrypted PDF spec sheet. You’re welcome.
MARGIN WORKSHEET EXPORT
The Margin Worksheet is a powerful tool to verify and manipulate your margins on a global level. For those of you who want to funnel it outside for high-level business analytics, there’s now an EXPORT button for that.
ADMIN-ONLY EMPTY TRASH
We have now safeguarded your project trashcan. While many users can put a project into the trash, only a company Admin can empty the trash, protecting against accidental project deletion.
CUSTOMER API IS COMING!
Many of you have asked for a public API where you can build your own integrations into other applications. This is under construction and should be to you shortly. Yipee!