This release provides Deep Linking, Sending MMS photos, new sounds, and a couple bugs fixes:
When you tapped on a link in an email app on your iPhone, older versions of the app brought up a web page in the phone's web browser (such as Safari) instead of opening our iPhone app. Now, links will open in the app, and if the link identifies a specific lead, it will show you that lead. It may postpone offering to show the lead if you left the app while writing a note or editing a lead. When you finish that change, the app will offer to open the lead for the link you earlier tapped on in the email. Please note that if you tap on a link in an email while inside our app, for example from the Comm tab, it will exit our app and open that link in your phone's web browser.
Our 2.5 release brought viewing of photos in the app's text messaging screen, and now in this release, you can send photos too! As many as you want! When you tap the button:
you will be asked if our app can access your Photos, which you need to agree to in order to send MMS photos. Then you can select whichever photos to send. Each selected photo will appear faded when chosen (see below). The first photo will be already selected for you, but you can tap it to avoid sending it if you prefer. After picking the photos to send, tap the checkmark in the corner, or the X in the other corner if you change your mind.
Before sending, you get a chance to review the selected photos, and if you don't want to send one of them, tap the red circle X to remove it from the group. You can also type a message to send with the photos. Then just tap the blue circle up arrow, and your photos will be sent!
We also added sounds when you send a text message from our app, and sounds when you receive push notifications.
For users that did not have IDX integrations, we were not showing email activity, but that is now fixed in this release.
Also, if you tap on a link in a note, the link now opens.