How is this news, you might be asking? Don’t all web services have logins? Well, if you’ve used FollowUpThen before, you might be aware that we never ask you to set up a password. Instead, to access your account, you had to enter your email address, then receive an email with a temporary secure access link. This worked well for awhile, but we felt it was time to grow up and join the rest of the internet with a standard username/password system so you can quickly access your account.
The first time you attempt to login, you’ll be prompted to set your password. After that, accessing your followups and account settings should be much easier.
Thanks to all of you who clamored for this feature.
Many more updates to come soon.
Now what are you waiting for, login to your account!
We have been busy working on some “plumbing” to allow us to develop features
more quickly and efficiently. For the latest updates, check out our twitter
account @followupthen. This blog is reserved for longer
descriptions of things and special news – like maybe
getting written up in the New York Times or something : )
Thanks, by the way, to our users for that. I know that one (or more) of you tipped them off!
As you may have noticed from the shiny, newly designed followups in your inbox, the new version of FollowUpThen is now live!
While much has changed that you can see, there is just as much new that you can’t see. These new “under the hood” enhancements
set the groundwork for us to make quicker and more efficient progress moving forward. It also fixed various bugs and improved general system
stability. In other words, we now have a solid foundation : )
Here are the highlights from our most recent updates:
We are on the verge of releasing our biggest update to FollowUpThen to date! Before doing so, we wanted to give you an idea of some of things we have in store.
New Followup Design
We’ve decided to clean up our followup message. After a year of use it seemed like a good time for a design refresh, both for style and function purposes.
We spent a lot of time working to get things just right. We did our best to limit the vertical space the reminder takes up. As you can see, we’ve removed the large post-it note in place of a smaller Reminder stamp. The new followup message is also a lot more readable and can be easily skimmed for the most important data about the message.