Enquirysoft provides most suitable Remainder and Notification Module which is designed to satisfy all of a retailer's needs, including Administration, Stock Alert, Inventory Controls, etc. Enquirysoft implements Remainders / Notification messages with our management systems which is a short message or warning showed on the home screen of an advanced mobile phone or tablet. The message is a great tool to bring users back to your system. A Reminder is a simple program that can alert you to scheduled tasks, guaranteeing that you don't miss an imperative arrangement or due date. If you spend a lot of time on your computer, it makes sense to keep your schedule or calendar there, too, since that is the place you're destined to see it. The simple program's interface consists of an area where scheduled tasks are listed and a few buttons across the top. Utilizing our product making new task is easy; you simply enter the date, time (if desired), description, and recurrence. You can either be reminded through an email or just by getting a pop-up notification or both.
Reminder / Notifications benefits
- Saves you from calling and tracking down recipients when they need a reminder.
- Improve your recruiting efforts with personalized emails to job applicants.
- Reminders are sent automatically, so you don't have to continually take inventory of what’s in your delivery area.
- Keeping employees and customers updated with the latest information.
- Making sure teams stay on schedule throughout the day.
- Enhancing customer satisfaction through product and service reminders.
- Setting new appointments.
Reminders are critical to update you as often as possible about future events and tasks. In Business Calendar we recognize between pop-up reminders and continuous notifications. While the event reminders will just show up in characterized times before the beginning time of an event, the ongoing notifications appear in your notification drawer permanently.
Follow up Reminders
When commenting back to a ticket, rather than open, close, and new - there ought to be a "follow-up" button. There will also be sub-buttons to select from, 30 minutes, 1 hour, COB, tomorrow morning, next week etc. When managing a considerable measure of tickets in your line its important for the software to help you stay on top of them all and making a point to catch up at the fitting times.
Remainders / Notifications Supports:
- Recurring Reminders
- Desktop Sticky Notes
- Communication Capabilities
- Assign Tasks
- Control Deadlines Working in a Team
- Scheduled Tasks
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