You might have noticed it's been rather quiet on the update front the past few weeks. In the holiday spirit, you might even say "not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse." But fret not, as the waiting has all been for good reason!
We've been hard at work behind the scenes to make your entire Snooth experience more enjoyable and that starts with the website: making sure it looks and acts the way its supposed to.
Today, we began rolling out a whole slew of subtle but important improvements to the site's interface. Some are obvious, such as finally adding a search field to your home page (not sure what took so long)! But we've also added made a lot of very simple enhancements to make browsing the site easier and more intuitive. Your inbox now has a home in the main control panel at the top of the page, so you can easily access your messages anytime. There are a lot more contextual notes and labels throughout the site, the pop-up bubbles are cleaner and easier to work with, and most of all we did a serious Spring Fall cleanup to fix all kinds of little visual nits. The font-size tools work the way they're supposed to, text is spaced better and easier to read, text links (for things like exporting and linking to a page) are slowly being replaced by more descriptive buttons, and a whole host of other little improvements we're really excited about.
Of course, as is always the case, its an ongoing battle so please don't hesitate to contact us if you see anything that looks broken, out-of-place, or buggy (in particular you folks using Internet Explorer!). And in the meantime, stay tuned for the second round of great new enhancements over the next few weeks. Rumor has it there's a new sidebar module for related wines, a snazzy new footer that's actually useful, and maybe even some other tricks up our sleeves... or at least, that's what I heard through the Grapevine .
And most of all, a Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at Snooth!
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