In recent weeks we’ve released some major updates to Process Bliss. Below is a summary of the new features and usability enhancements:

New features & improvements

Mobile apps 

Creating the mobile version of Process Bliss is high on our development agenda. Making Process Bliss available on mobile has required us to upgrade the whole platform. Having made the update, we’ve implemented responsive tablet and mobile designs, with the apps due for release in November.

Redesigning account creation flow

We know using new software for the first time can be daunting. That’s why we’ve redesigned the sign up process so you instantly create an organisation and suggest adding other users to your organisation so you can start collaborating with your colleagues and realising the true value of Process Bliss.

New user interface

Previously you could only view your processes in card format:

Now we’ve implemented a table view that allows you to contract your processes and fit more on the screen:

Easier collaboration

Rather than inviting a new user to your organisation from the ‘settings’ menu, we’ve now added functionality that allows you to assign steps to your colleagues as you’re creating your process, simply by inputting their email address:

Your colleagues will then receive an email notification asking them to join your organisation so you can start collaborating.

Usability enhancements

As well as adding new features to Process Bliss, we’re also keen to ensure the current functionality works exactly as you need it to. We welcome all feedback and log it, ready for discussion at our weekly product development meeting. 

If you have any feedback, good or bad, on your user experience or ideas for improvements, you can email, or click the red icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen to send us a live chat message:

What’s changed?

The following list contains some of the recent enhancements we’ve made to Process Bliss:

By including an ‘Add a step…’ link it’s now clearer how to create new steps.

Previously Process Bliss would automatically log you out if you hadn’t used it for a while. We’ve now removed this so you should not now be logged out of Process Bliss unless you choose to.

Process Bliss now automatically saves your work when editing fields. 

To stop you losing any work, we’ve added a prompt to publish your process/template if you try to navigate away from the page without publishing it.

Tell us what you think

We’re always looking for feedback on Process Bliss, good and bad, so we know how to focus our development efforts and build you the best process management platform.

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