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NEW FEATURE: Additional Grid/Element Labels

Our hard working dev team at Method Grid HQ are now on their latest sprint: to build a set of features that will allow our (paying) professional/enterprise users to configure their accounts to their own company brands. When fully deployed this set of releases will allow account admins to fully configure the label legend colors as well as the primary three colors used across the solution – thus giving full ability to match the application UX to your own brand bible.

As a first step in this direction, this week’s release adds two additional color options to these legend palettes (the grid and element thumbnail default colors). As a further improving tweak we have re-organised red, amber and green to appear in that order – as supports the huge number of grids that use some form of RAG (red-amber-green) status coloring.

Next up for our fast-moving development team?

This mini release is simply a precursor to the ability to be able to easily configure these label colors and, then next, the ability to configure the core application colours. We hope to have this all with you in the next two weeks or so. Always onwards!

Please continue to keep the feedback and new feature ideas coming (there is nothing we like more).

Is there a feature you would love to see us add to our development stack? If so, please let us know in the comments below or email [email protected]

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