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August updates

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Some exciting new features have hit all accounts this week, which come alongside a host of visual and technical improvements that make Prevue better than ever. There's fresh new UI, better ways to invite your team, performance tweaks and new tools that make communicating with your clients a breeze.

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May updates

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What's new?

Following on from last month's updates,€” which included big improvements to bulk editing and performance, this month has seen more updates to branding functionality and custom URL's. It's all part of a continued effort to make Prevue the perfect companion for digital agencies.

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April updates

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What's new?

The latest round of updates hit Prevue over the Easter period. There's a lot to cover... from new, highly requested features,€” to small tweaks and performance improvements. Here's a full run down of what's new... available in all accounts today.

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February Updates

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What's new?

Updates this month come in the form of addressing some of the issues and requests that you've been sending in this year. But as always, it's the details that make the difference.

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December updates

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What's new?

There are some pretty cool updates coming to all Prevue accounts in the next couple of weeks. And without giving too much away, here are some big new features you can expect to see...

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August updates

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What's new?

Along with the new Groups feature, the next update due to happen in August will feature a few design tweaks too! Projects (as viewed by your client) will look oh-so-slick and sexy, and feature mobile optimisation so they look great every time...

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July updates

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What's new?

You might not know it, but any time someone requests a feature or improvement to Prevue (no matter how small), it's noted. That list then informs a lot of the decisions I make about updates to the app, and quite often gives me a decent insight into how people use Prevue, and what they expect of it.

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