As promised in our last webinar, we are committing this and the upcoming jpi sprint to enhance the performance and stability of just plan it to benefit all our users. We are fully convinced that both performance and stability are core factors of your scheduling experience. That´s why we invest so much time in it. In this regard, this blog post informs you on the one hand about what we have achieved and released with the current sprint so far and on the other hand, shows you what will come with the next release - at the end.
With this release, we continued the path prepared by our last release. Using the categorization of interactions we were able to not only boost the performance for non-scheduling relevant changes, but we have also prepared the basis for larger-scale improvements, based on the learnings we had working on the categorization. Now, what are non-scheduling relevant changes?
The project we are currently undertaking allows us to really think about how just plan it grew over the last couple of years and find and eliminate a lot of growing pains. We are very proud of what just plan it achieved and excited to be able to make it work better and faster for you. This of course also means that we need to get out of our comfort zones of working systems and rethink what we have built, but this process is genuinely refreshing and invigorating for us, as we look and find untabbed potential and better ways of handling things, while also gaining an even deeper connection and understanding for how just plan it is used.
Looking at all the different types of plans being used, talking to our users on all continents, we gain more and more experience and broaden our horizons, allowing us to help all of you get better plans faster.
But, as I mentioned before, while this update provides just a first step of enhancement, it lays the groundwork for our next release. We are already well underway building on this foundation and are excited for what we are currently seeing. I can not predict dedicated numbers upfront but from our early tests, we expect significant performance boosts that I am looking forward to presenting to you in detail with our next release that we plan to publish on April 4th, 2022.
That’s it for today. This release is important for us, as it really helped us see new possibilities and showed us new paths forward to improve just plan it, to help you improve your planning.
As always we are happy and eager to receive any feedback from you guys and to answer any questions you may have.
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