New Feature: Outfit Notification Centre

David Barzilay — 10th October 2017

If you’re a regular Outfit user, you may have noticed a few changes in the way you view notifications and general activity in your account.

We've taken a bunch of sectional feeds from the old dashboard and streamlined them into our newest Outfit addition: the Notification Centre.

You'll find the Notification Centre to the right of the red menu bar at the top of your screen. By clicking the small icon, you'll open up the new panel where we have neatly stacked up all of your current activity.

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The Notification Centre is a more efficient way to keep track of pending approvals, team activity and invitations. Hidden in a collapsible window in the top right-hand corner of your screen, the Notification Centre is accessible from anywhere in Outfit and can be filtered to only display the  information you're looking for.

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We’ve done away with the Dashboard so that users now land straight on the Projects screen. This gives more emphasis to finding the right project and creating marketing material, and consolidates activity nicely, so it only appears when you need it.

This new feature, in combination with Featured Slides for highlighting key project kits and campaigns and the Training Area for support, provides a simpler, more streamlined user experience for all roles in Outfit.

We would love to hear your feedback about this new feature so please feel free to send us a support chat message in the app, a comment on Facebook or a good ol' fashioned email!

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