- 11 Dec 2020
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- Updated on 11 Dec 2020
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Revv New Features and Improvements: Everything You Should Know
Here's the update on what's new in Revv in July 2020 Release
Option to Link Google Sheets as Document Blocks within Your Document
You can now link Google Sheets as document blocks within your document. Just drag-and-drop Google sheet blocks on to your document and link your existing sheet to that. It helps you bring in as many as the number of tables and quotes tables available in the sheets on to your Revv document. Once the sheet data has been added to your document, you can either unlink the source sheets or continue linking them. If the source sheet and document are linked, whatever changes you make in the source sheet will be updated in the document upon refresh.
Multiple Options for Sending Your Documents to Any One, Any Time
You can now choose whether you want to send your documents to others for review, collaboration, acceptance, or approval. The new send options Send to someone, Send for acceptance, Invite people, Send for approval, Preview document are available under the Send button. Your receivers will get an e-mail with a unique document link accessible on mobile and desktop.
Send to someone
Send to someone option allows you to send your document to other users (both external and internal users) for reviewing or editing your documents.
Send for acceptance
If you want to send your documents for your stakeholders' acceptance, use this option. You can use this option when you want your stakeholders' acceptance, not signature for your documents. If you want to record your users' e-signature, use the existing e-Sign option.
Invite people option allows you to send the document to internal users to collaborate on documents.
Send for approval
If you want to send your document to your internal stakeholders for their approval, use Send for approval option. It checks whether you have any approval workflows associated with the document, if yes, it sends the document to approvers for their approval. If no approval workflows are associated, then, your documents will be automatically approved.
The preview view shows exactly how each page of your document in the pdf format will be visible to other users.
Introduced Activity Tab for Tracking Users' Activities on Documents
Here's the update on Improvements in Revv
Option to Allow Other Users to Edit the Documents
When you send your document to internal users who are part of your organization, you can now allow them to edit your documents.
Contextual Messages for Helping Users to Know about Preceding Activity on Documents
Revv now displays contextual UI messages to help users understand the preceding activities on a document. For example, if your document has already been approved, when you click on the Send for approval, it displays a message that your document has already been approved.
Modified the Placement of Accept, eSign, Approve and Reject Buttons
The Accept, eSign, Approve, and Reject options for reviewers and signers are available and displayed at the bottom of the document as a band.
Team Tab Now Lists All Collaborators on Your Document
The team tab available on the right pane of the Document page now lists all collaborators on your document.
Option to Hide the Turnaround Date for Documents
Revv now allows you to hide the turnaround date for your documents.
E-mail Automation Support
Revv sends automated e-mails to users right after each important action on the document.
Other Improvements and Bug Fixes
The July release also fixed a couple of minor bugs.
- Cancel option is replaced with Edit document option in the eSign confirmation pop up.
- Modified the UX message for de-activating a user.
- The issue in displaying the time and date in the last updated column on the Documents page has been resolved.
- The issue in the functioning of Delete action for the clause option has been resolved.
- The issue in document sharing post-acceptance has been resolved.