Stitch Team May 5th, 2017

Update: New Reports and Security Updates

Happy Friday! New reports, security updates, and a new webinar, to boot:


New Features

Updates

  • We released security updates to our Stripe and Authorize.net integrations, which allow you to take credit card payments right within Stitch. Authorize.net customers: you'll need to re-authorize before processing payment. Stripe folks: you're all set.

Bugfixes

  • Awaiting stock wasn't displaying correctly on purchase orders in single-warehouse accounts. Now it's working like a charm.

Stitch Team April 28th, 2017

Update: New Notifications, Goodbye Google

New Features

Updates

  • Notifications for the Import Orders CSV were user-specific, meaning that we didn't notify you of teammates' uploads. If you had a problem uploading, Stitch Support wouldn't be able to see what you saw. Now everyone sees the same upload status via the notification center.

  • We removed our integrations with Google Drive and Google Analytics. This helps us focus on making other parts of the app better.

Stitch Team April 23rd, 2017

Update: See the Right Info, Faster


Updates

  • Clicking from one record to the next (products, contacts, etc.) should now be a bit snappier thanks to changes in how those pages load.

Bugfixes

  • Squashed a bug that was opening the notification center behind certain pages, which, while stealthy, was not helpful.

  • On table views, you can once again hide unnecessary columns by clicking the ⚙️ .

Stitch Team April 23rd, 2017

New Feature: New Home for Release Notes!

We want to make it easier to know what's new with Stitch, so we're trying a new service for sharing release notes. If it proves valuable, we'll stick with it. Here's why we think you'll like it:


New Features

  • Subscribe to Updates: Know the latest features, improvements, and fixes without manually checking for updates. Subscribing also lets us know that release notes are important to you.

  • Easier Reading: Features, updates, and fixes are highlighted separately, making them more readable and scannable.