What is new in the latest release?
Briefery New Version 2.3 is Now Available for Download
Measure and Analyze your Metrics for Better Transparency
We are excited to announce the release of Briefery version 2.3.Now you can instantly collect data through any process in your business, analyze the metrics against your KPIs and identify and fix any anomalies, bottlenecks and inefficiencies in your processes.
Here is a partial list of additions and fixes we have done:
Feature – Clour coding for past due tasks (SLA not met)
Feature – Added more sort options in mobile and web versions
Feature – Enhance the chat and rebrand it to Group Chat
Feature - Allow printing of multiple flows in 1 PDF file, web version.
Feature - Added ability to create a flow in a different workflow.
Feature – Added Spanish and Rassian support
Feature - Added ability to define the workflow language ( overriding the user language).
Feature – Enhance support for RTL and LTR languages.
Feature - Add ability to define the font and the colour in a document.
Feature - Add ability to define the flow header based of up to 4 fields from the flow documents
Feature - Add ability to have 2 dropdown lists connected so when a value is selected on the first dropdown list, only a pre-set of values are shown on the 2nd dropdown list.
Feature - Added full dynamic field validation in a document.
Fixed – Loading issue on some Android models
Fixed - duplicates of document were created in a flow.
Fixed - Press on notification to open the flow directly.
Fixed - Return to the same place on the screen after viwing a picture
Fixed - Remove the Load More option once all the flows in a station are shown, web version.
Fixed -Reduce font size of flow headers to allow more text to be shown at the header.
Fixed - Allow to open a flow from the search results (Web version).
Fixed - Allow viewing PDF documents that were attached from the Web on the mobile.
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How to sign for Briefery ?
Download the app from the App Store or Google Play and follow the registration wizard.
Do I need to provide credit card details ?
No need for credit card details at time of sign up. You have 30 days to try the app and need to pay only after you have found it beneficial for your needs.
Does Briefery have a work station version ?
Yes, after you configure the system on your mobile, you can log into the web version at the following address: https://sweb.briefery.com
But really, with Briefery, you can be 100% Mobile.
How do I configure my workflow ?
There are 3 main ways to configure your workflows:
Select a template from the template library that is similar to your workflow and then adjusting it to your needs.
Build the workflow from scratch.
Drop us a short description of your workflow and we will build it for you free of charge.
Can I have more than one workflow ?
Yes, you can have as many as you need.
How do I start to edit a workflow ?
To edit a workflow, you need to select the workflow on the main screen of the mobile phone, and on the next screen, at the bottom right side of the screen, look for the icon and press it.
What are the basic blocks of a workflow ?
There are 3 elements in Briefery workflow:
Stations – the timeline of the work to be done
Actions – jobs to be done at each station
Documents – forms to be filled by users at different stations of the work
How do I start a new flow/work in a workflow ?
To start a new flow/work, you need to select the workflow on the main screen of the mobile phone, and on the next screen, at the bottom right side of the screen, look for the plus icon (the one just at the corner) and press it (the background colour might be different as it uses the workflow background).
What kind of reports can I generate?
You can export the data to CSV/Excel
You can generate a PDF out of the data
We support MS Power BI. You can use your own account or ours on the cloud to generate reports and dashboards, high level or drill down instantly. .
Why use Briefery if I have ERP/CRM?
Think of it like you own a heavy truck. In theory, you can use it for every day use, commute to work, go to the bar in the evening. However, it will be very inconvenient, you will need a special driver or own a truck license, you will not find parking at your destination, it will be expensive, the ride will be bumpy and no one would want to have a ride with you. It is similar with ERP/CRM, those have been built for heavy duty. Therefore most adaptations and changes, require an expensive programmer. Each change is a long project which makes it expensive and less available. At the end, if you look at your operations, you would notice that 40% or even more of your workflows are not digitised mostly because no-one wants to move the Truck :).