CloudM Product manager Ashleigh Thomas gives you a detailed walk through of the UI updates coming soon for CloudM Manage
We understand that UI changes can be annoying, especially when you’re used to using a piece of software in a particular way. But sometimes change is necessary, and at CloudM we don’t do anything without good reason.
We have carried our user research which has shown that there were a few key areas we needed to focus on for the redesign of CloudM Manage; below I’ll cover how we improved those areas and what you can expect from the new, enhanced platform.
Read more about why we made these changes here
Core Feature Enablement
Groups confusion now solved
As much as we have worked hard to make our software as intuitive as possible, we know that you might need some help from time to time. That is why we have added a couple of in-software help features:
Please note that depending on your individual user permissions you may not see all of these areas
We're Building a Platform
We’re building a platform to enable our users to perform a multitude of different cloud administration and management tasks all within the same application.
These UI changes lay the foundation for us to start building towards that vision.
You may have noticed that the left-hand navigation bar is a little… sparse. Well over the coming months you can expect to see buttons for CloudM Migrate, a new Archive product that we’re working on and some other exciting ideas that we have in the pipeline.
If you have an idea for a new feature that you’d like to tell us about, then feel free to submit your idea here: https://cloudm.co/ideas/feature-voting
For a full walk through of the platform’s new features, I’ll be conducting a free on demand webinar, going live in line with the launch at the end of September, so keep an eye out!
20th June 2018
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