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Bonfyre is a private, social communication app to connect and engage your project teams, employee groups, fellow event attendees, department or entire company, all in one place. Gather around!
* Chat feed - share chats, photos and videos
* Access important information right at your fingertips
* Share comments and feedback with your organization
* Receive real-time updates so you’re always in the know
* View agendas, participate in surveys, access event information and more
Bonfyre is free to download and use, with upgradeable plans for enterprise and event audiences. Upgrading provides access to powerful data analytics as well as dozens of customizable features like employee recognition, surveys, scavenger hunt puzzle tool, trivia games, photo fundraising and more.
Another great day,
a new Bonfyre update.
One super haiku!
To be honest, they don't pay me to write poetry (for obvious reasons), but I was getting jealous of our marketing team and wanted to be creative. I should probably get back to what I'm supposed to be doing, which is writing lengthy release notes and eating my bagel quietly in the corner. It's delicious.
The biggest change in this version is a newly designed Friend Requests screen, which is more fun and pleasant in appearance. I think we'll all agree it's a nice improvement, but to really see the changes you'll need to make more friend requests!
In Bonfyre communities with Agendas, we've added the ability for sections to be collapsed, making it easier to find what you're looking for. For communities with the interactive Globe, we've completely replaced the old implementation with a shiny new one. If you're in a community with Recognition, you'll now be able to delete the Recognition chats, just in case there was a typo or other general snafu. If you don't have any idea what features I'm talking about and are curious, don't panic and instead feel free to ask us!
Beyond the aforementioned specific changes, we've made some fixes and tweaks under the hood. I'm imagining a car here, and I'm doing a little hand waving in the general direction of the engine parts to suggest we did solid work, but really I don't know that much about cars or metaphors so you're going to have to trust me that our improvements were good ones.
As confused as I am? Have advice, a haiku, or general comments and concerns? Feel free to send us an email at email@example.com!
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