We wanted to share with you what we’ve been working on for the month of March / early April. Some of the new features / enhancement you’ve likely seen already, and some of it is less obvious, so read below to learn more about what is new.
Private Training Schedule
We’ve added the option to separate the gym schedule into a regular schedule and a private training schedule. This should help with cleaning up your schedule for your website or member portal, if you have many private training sessions that overlap with your regular schedule.
You can manage the private training schedule from the gym schedule management screen. If you have at least one instructor, you would see the “Private Training” option above the schedule on the right.
We have a some exciting new features and quality-of-life enhancement we wanted to share with you! We have been working on those since the last significant update in late January, and you might have seen some of those already while using our platform. Today we’ll cover in detail what is new and what has been changed:
Since our latest feature release at the beginning of the year which introduced the online shop feature, we’ve been working on implementing a skills library feature, and overhauling the attendance tracking reporting.
Let’s go over what has been added and what has changed with the recent update:
For the last few weeks we’ve been working on a refresh of the gym website template we’ve been offering, a feature that has barely been touched since we launched more than 4 years ago. Let’s go over what’s new:
For the last several weeks we’ve been working on enhancing the gym schedule feature based on user feedback, as well as adding a completely new feature to allow members and visitors to book sessions, such as private lessons, through the gym website.
In this article we’ll give you a quick tour of the new features and provide details on how to get started:
Since launching in 2016, one of our major selling points has been the ease-of-use and simplicity of our user interface. User feedback has always been very positive in that regard and we’re looking to build and improve and on that.
In the four years since we originally designed the look and feel of our software. Many new features and whole sections of the software have been added, adding additional complexity and pushing the limits of what our original user interface was designed for.