A list of recent changes to turboDial are recorded here, most recent first.
November 26, 2017
Installed additional resource conservation for invocations of the Infusionsoft API. Infusionsoft API Goal triggers are now tracked by turboDial and when an API Goal trigger fails because the Goal does not exist in the Infusionsoft account that API Goal will be disabled in turboDial and further triggers will not be attempted. The User can reset turboDial’s list of disabled goals in their turboDial Management Account.
Released new versions of the turboDial Linker browser extension for Chrome and Firefox. Now for both browser types the turboDial window will always come forward when the turboDial button is clicked on a contact record.
October 18, 2017
Enhanced the Hot Lead Calls feature to allow the option of only 1 attempt to connect the call to your agent, in addition to the normal 4 attempts.
October 13, 2017
turboDial can now scan all Inbound SMS messages for Keywords you enter in your turboDial Management Account, and when a match occurs turboDial will trigger an associated campaign goal in your Infusionsoft account.
October 7, 2017
A Global Option can be enabled that allows you to lookup details for any phone number. Those details are obtained from Twilio and are not always available. Each lookup is charged by Twilio at 6 cents.
August 8, 2017
An additional option for List Dialing with Tasks has been added – “Filter My Tasks”. This option allows you to List Dial and Power Dial to a list of your Tasks with titles that match a search phrase you provide.
July 10, 2017
The Hot Lead Alerts add-on has been enhanced to allow Alerts to be “claimed”. When a User sees a Hot Lead Alert in their turboDial panel they can click the up-arrow to claim the alert. The first User to claim the alert will succeed, and the alert will be immediately removed from the turboDial panels of other Users in your account.
June 10, 2017
New keyboard shortcut: The up-arrow key on your keyboard can be used to answer an incoming phone call in the turboDial softphone if you are using the Firefox browser.
The Caller ID selector has been enhanced to display the custom name you’ve set for inbound numbers you’ve acquired.
Previously acquired inbound numbers were always displayed in the Caller ID selector as the phone number even though you provided a custom name.
The custom name will continue to be used in the Inbound/SMS selector.
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