Release Notes – 2017.03.23

Release Notes – 2017.03.23

 March 23, 2017

New Features

  • Agents can create HouseTracks for unregistered clients
    From the LeadTracker interface, Agents can create a new client manually and setup a saved search with a HouseTrack for them. The enduser can unsubscribe from the emails but still can’t create their own saved searches until they are registered.

Updates / Bug Fixes

  • Display price text in widgets
    Custom “price text” is now being displayed along with prices in all widgets; anywhere we display prices, we now ensure that the “price text” is also displayed if specified.
  • Featured Maps not focused on Listings
    2 issues, both fixed by calculating a map centerpoint from the MLS set on the account. When no listings found for a Featured Listings page, the map would fall back to it’s default of the center of the US. On the edit page for Client Saved Searches (in LeadTracker, Saved Searches tab for each client), the map also defaulted to the center of the US. Both cases can be avoided by setting the default map position on the Settings->Map Display page, but that is not set by default.
  • Client database editing
    When logged in as an agent profile (not child website) and looking at the LeadTracker, following a saved search for a client resulted in being asked to log in again. Fixed.
  • Deleting Agent Profile photos leaves broken image
    When deleting an Agent Profile photo, some parts were left behind. Because of propagation delays in the cloud, this could result in the image not actually looking like it had been deleted, and subsequently, a broken image tag. Fixed, pushed to production 3/16.
  • Office Syndication For Agents Fixed
    Syndication was grabbing the Agent Name for listings when it was an office listing, but not the agent email address. The ListingUpdate system has been modified to grab that piece of data as well to pass along via syndication.

Stephen Gruenholz

By Stephen Gruenholz

Stephen serves as both Graphics Manager and Product Manager at iHOUSEweb. He graduated from Cal Poly with a BS in Applied Art & Design and has been working as a Web Designer and Developer since 1998. He relentlessly pushes himself and the rest of the team to learn, grow, and innovate.