More Improvements Than You Can Shake a Stick At

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This week we’re bringing you a TON of enhancements to the user experience of Peoplelogic across the web application and our Slack interface. You’ll find a faster, more flexible Lexi experience, more single-click setups, and better connection checking when you manual set up an integration.

New Features and Enhancements

  • Major performance improvements in Lexi
  • Lexi now understands you even if you mis-spell common words
  • Personality Insights generation improved
  • Insights dashboards can now be rearranged and resized on the fly for the perfect fit.
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  • Lexi via Slack can now share insights directly into channels and direct messages
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  • Zoom CRM Integration is now one-click enabled
  • Integrations that use the manual entry form now test their connection to prevent invalid connection data
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Additional improvements:

  • Styling of the integrations selector page has been improved in Safari
  • Display a week over week difference on activity, recommendations and stay factor for employees and teams
  • Improve the Review Pipeline recommendation in cases where there is low activity
  • Simplify the manual integration form for easier data entry
  • Reduce the likelihood of duplicate recommendations being generated

View our entire Product Changelog here.

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