If you use iPhone or iPad and haven’t installed or updated to the latest version of the App, it’s worth to do so now. It is available for free download in the App Store.
The most important change in the version 1.2.1 was that the crashing issue experienced by some users over the past week has been fixed!
The multi-week view now shows weekday names in the header. Showing on the left is the week number in the year, the same as in the month view.
Teamup email notifications service provides a way for the calendar users to be notified by email when changes occur on the calendar. Until recently, the calendar administrator could only enable or disable the option for all users without the ability to limit the option to certain users only, nor was it possible for the calendar administrator to review who has subscribed to the calendar notifications.
Good news for all calendar administrators: Check out the new notification management in Settings. Now you have much more control over who needs to receive notifications and who does not. You have the ability to see who has subscribed to email notifications from which links and, if necessary, subscribe or unsubscribe users.
The new notifications management setting is also the place to set up a Slack integration that sends notifications to your Slack channel when changes occur on your Teamup Calendar. Read more.