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Uniqode Product Updates (Cards): October 2023
Uniqode Product Updates (Cards): October 2023
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Written by Shweta Rao
Updated over a week ago

In today’s competitive world, every interaction matters. At Uniqode, we're committed to continuously enhancing Cards based on valuable customer feedback.

Today, more businesses employ Cards for their teams, constantly making first impressions and building relationships with potential customers.

A well-crafted digital business card is a powerful tool to establish yourself as a trusted advisor. Every digital business card exchange relies heavily on the sharing experience to make a lasting impression. That’s why we have significantly improved the Cards’ sharing modal this October.

Recently shipped features and improvements:

Simplified Cards Sharing: Add to Apple and Google Wallet with Ease

We have enhanced the visibility of adding digital business cards to your Apple Wallet and Google Wallet by placing them prominently within the sharing options. All options to share your Card through wallet passes, QR Codes, and email links are now available on a single modal. This will ensure you can seamlessly share your cards with just a few clicks.

Seamless bulk card creation with easy user seat management

We've made it easier to bulk-create Cards and purchase as many additional user seats as you need. When you bulk upload contacts and don't have enough user seats, we'll automatically tell you how many user seats you need to purchase and how much it will cost. You can then upgrade your plan directly from the bulk create page and quickly return to bulk creating.

Note: The bulk create feature is available on the Team plan and above.

Upcoming releases:

  • Pre-designed Card templates: With professionally curated layouts, color schemes, and design elements to empower you to personalize your Card to perfection.

  • Improved control and collaboration: To provide account owners and admins with more granular controls under organization settings.

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