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Our 3 favourite features from our end of year releases!

By December 3, 2018April 4th, 2024No Comments

We’ve been working on some big things here at SuiteFiles over the past couple of months, and while our major releases are still a few months away, we’ve got several updates that have just launched or are launching in the next couple of weeks. The full list of changes is available in our Help Centre. But we wanted to take the time to talk through our 3 favourite features from the updates in a little more detail.

SuiteFiles Outlook is now available for our Apple friends! (From Dec. 10)

We’re about to launch our SuiteFiles for Outlook app, which is compatible with both Outlook for Mac and the Outlook Web app. This means that SuiteFiles users on Mac operating systems are now able to use our Outlook functionality, including easily saving your emails direct into SuiteFiles, the ability to save your email as it is sent and more!

The launch helps round out our offering for Mac users and will tie in with some of our other product launches due early next year.

Share files direct from the Android app.

With our most recent Android app we added the ability to share files directly from your phone, with the push of the button. It’s so simple, we don’t even need to explain it further!

The new user interface.

Across all our updates, one of the highlights has been our new user interface. Our resident designer, Amber, has been working hard on making sure our look and feel is streamlined, and consistent across anywhere you see SuiteFiles. She’s spent the month cleaning up the little things, like our login screens, so that your whole SuiteFiles experience is even easier.

We’re so excited to have all of these updates rolling live just in time for Christmas. As always, if you have any questions, you can always get in touch with our support team here.

Riley Malins

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