The highlights of the August 2, 2021 release are the ability to lock conversations or features as tabs at the top of the Workstorm app window, a revamped look and feel for new tabs and minor bug fixes for calendar and folders.
In the May 4, 2021 Workstorm Desktop App release, the app's software was upgraded to the latest versions available for Mac and Windows OS. Additionally, a few user experience enhancements related to downloading files in the desktop app and right-click options for messages were implemented.
The highlights of the April 8, 2021 release are the Box integration, support for Cloud iManage accounts in Workstorm's iManage integration and performance upgrades for video conferencing and screen sharing.
The highlights from the January 25, 2021 release are video conferencing and screen sharing performance upgrades, including an upgraded design for messaging other attendees in the video conference, another round of enhancements and bug fixes to the 0365 Calendar, Email and OneDrive integration and various visual upgrades and bug fixes throughout the app.
The highlights from the November 25, 2020 release are a brand new video conference and screen sharing interface, performance upgrades for Workstorm's Calendar, Email and OneDrive integration with Office 365 and visual upgrades for the light and dark app color themes.
The highlights from the October 19, 2020 release are Microsoft OneDrive is available as an out-of-box integration, stability and performance upgrades for Workstorm's Calendar and Email integration with Office 365 and new users signing up for a company on Workstorm will have the option to join a company they were previously invited to, if necessary, or create a new company.
The highlights from the September 24, 2020 release are stability and performance upgrades for Workstorm's Calendar and Email integration with Office 365 and the Workstorm Outlook Add-in is now available for download in Microsoft's Add-in store.
The highlights from the September 2, 2020 release are Admin level control over message exporting, updated company domain protocols to allow for companies to make multiple Workstorm instances, if necessary, using the same email domain and we've enhanced calendar performance to allow for users to stay signed into their integrated calendar for longer period of times reducing the number of times a user needs to sign-in to their calendar account.
A few highlights from the Aug. 10, 2020 release are support for a Workstorm Outlook Add-in, the ability to receive desktop app push notifications for messages on Windows and Mac OS, as well as an upgrade to the Calendar integration to provide a more consistent performance and user experience.
The Aug. 10 video conference release includes dial-in performance enhancements, an added private and group chat option, as well as the ability for an attendee to keep their camera feed while screen sharing.
The Aug. 10 desktop app upgrade includes support for recent video conference performance enhancements, an option to download the desktop app from the Microsoft and Mac app stores, as well as the ability to receive desktop app push notifications for received messages.
A few highlights from this update is an upgraded Plan and Payment center for Enterprise licensed users, drafted messages won't be erased from a conversation's text box if a user moves elsewhere in the app before sending their message and enhanced performance for Workstorm's Calendar and Email integrations.