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Bonfyre is a workplace culture platform where companies can create private, social communities to connect and engage project teams, employee resource groups, departments, or the 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
Bonfyre is free to download and use, with upgradeable plans for enterprise 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.
See how one company uses Bonfyre to retain their top talent* and how another uses Bonfyre to keep their district managers engaged**.
* - Retain top talent: https://bonfyreapp.com/blog/one-organization-supports-culture-communications-platform
** - Engaged district managers: https://bonfyreapp.com/blog/golden-corral-increases-engagement-amongst-district-managers
So, we’ve been busy working on the next release. Not this release. The next one. But somewhere along the way, we did some work that we wanted to share before the next release. This is that release.
In this release (also known as THAT release), we’ve added limited support for deep linking. This is like deep sea diving, but without sharks and krakens. Some URLs in our web app will now open in the app, which is kinda spiffy.
We also are adding support for Mobile Device Management. This first baby step will allow an MDM managed device to allow or disallow logging in. Pretty neato!
At the last second, we caught and fixed a bug where some videos would not play. Phew!
Lastly, we fixed a couple of minor bugs, one a typo and the other a scrolling bug.
Got any great deep sea diving advice or experiences you’d like to share? Found any bugs or suggestions for us? Let us know about it or any bugs at email@example.com!
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