Thursday 19 Sep 2019
It’s been a busy Summer for the PRgloo team where we’ve been working tirelessly to bring onboard more newcomers to our platform.
We've rolled out the welcome mat to the following new PRgloo recruits - the Government Equalities Office, EY Ireland, Outwood Grange Academies Trust, Oscar Kilo, The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner, Gatehouse Bank, Magna Housing, NSPCC, Openreach, NHS Business Services Authority, NHS Digital, Creative Scotland, Welsh Government, Transport for Greater Manchester and the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government.
We've also been busy responding to all your wonderful suggestions for enhancing the PRgloo platform.
Following on from the launch of our multi-lingual newsrooms, we’ve now implemented other tools to make bi-lingual comms much easier. This includes the ability to toggle between different translations on your website as well as an elegant bi-lingual email solution.
We also improved the the topic timeline and statement display to make it easier to see all your activity with your contact on a particular topic.
And, because we love to tick off as many improvements as possible, we also added the ability to include internal notes with a press release; enhanced template options to so you can choose what images can be downloaded, enabled the ability to export all your content items into Excel, and the ability to download all activity with a particular organisation.
If you have any other suggestions for improving PRgloo, get in touch! We’d love to hear from you.
At a Glance
A new "at a glance" view of the day's activity which will enable you to filter by issue or team to make it easier for busy teams to see the wood from the trees.
PR Planner Changes
You'll soon be able to use more filters and search tools over the planner such as tags, colours, topics etc
We recently sent communications to you in relation to how we are helping our clients guard against malicious mail, phishing and spamming. Many companies are adopting a DMARC framework which, put simply, ensures you can identify if an email is really coming from the organisation it says it comes from.
From the 1st November 2019, we will automatically move all customers who use PRgloo to distribute to a default emailing option, unless you get in touch with us directly. Please ensure you read the more detailed email we sent earlier this week or get in touch email@example.com and we can provide more info on the changes.
Thanks to those clients who came to our summer social in July. We had a jolly good catch up with clients representing the transport, security, local government, health, logistics and agency sectors.
We love meeting our clients and getting feedback and discussing how we can continue to improve the platform to make your working lives easier.
We’re looking to host our next gathering in Birmingham on Tuesday November 12! Be sure to save the date and we’ll have more info to share shortly.
We want to help as many PR teams as possible, so we’re keen to showcase PRgloo at upcoming conferences and or events involving PR experts in your sector.
If you have any potential conference opportunities where you think PRgloo can help other PR experts, then get in touch. We’d love to get involved: Natalie.Davison@Prgloo.com
We love getting feedback from our clients! We’ve been in touch with some of you to help provide independent reviews about using our platform, and quite honestly - you’ve left the sales and developer teams a little overwhelmed by all the glowing comments.
“The only communications tool you need”
“Best software for PR’s by a mile”
“The ideal communications tool”
“Intuitive, well-designed and hassle-free”
If you have 10 minutes to spare, we’d love to get your feedback to help other PR professionals looking for a communications management solution.