November 15, 2017 0

Get the most out of WhosOnLocation: Using Add-Ons

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

Did you know that WhosOnLocation offers so much more than just basic visitor management functionality? You can customize your WhosOnLocation account to suit your organization by turning on add-ons that meet your specific needs. All add-ons in your WhosOnLocation account are inactive by default, and can only be enabled by the Account Owner. Each add-on…

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November 8, 2017 0

New Features: October 2017

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

Portal Invite Email Settings When sending your Portal Users their invitation to use the portal, there is a main contact listed at the bottom of the email. This is the person in your organization that the Portal User is directed to for all queries relating to the Service Provider Portal Invite Email. This contact defaults…

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WhosOnLocation Helpdesk
October 25, 2017 0

Announcement: Helpdesk 2.0 is now live

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

Our new and improved Helpdesk is ready for you to explore! The first thing you’ll notice is that it has a whole new look. But there’s even more to Helpdesk 2.0 than initially meets the eye. We’ve designed our Helpdesk to be easier to navigate for users. Helpdesk 2.0 features clear categories and sub-categories, related…

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October 3, 2017 0

New Features: September 2017

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

Dark Theme for Kiosk Our kiosk personalization and customization options just got even more amazing. From today we have added a new kiosk ‘Dark Theme‘ to complement the existing ‘Light Theme’. The Dark Theme was built in collaboration with world-class advertising and marketing communications company Clemenger Group. The Light vs Dark Theme elements are reflected…

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Hurricane Harvey
October 2, 2017 0

Managing the health and safety of contractors following a disaster

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

Around 11pm EDT on August 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas. At category 4, Harvey was the strongest hurricane at landfall in Texas in more than 55 years. Just before landfall, Harvey’s wind gusts were topping 100 mph, causing mass destruction of homes and buildings. There were 258,137 customer power outages across Texas…

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