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New Features

Tracking New Employee Invitations

When you invite new staff members to your organization on Caredove, you want to ensure they receive the invitation.

Unfortunately, it’s often something as simple as a small spelling error that can prevent an invitation from going through. Often, in this case, it may take days to realize that an error has taken place.

That’s why Caredove makes it easier than ever to monitor and control emails. Email is now tracked with an email badge, as shown in the main image.

What does this mean? 
Once an invitation is sent, a badge will appear below their name under permissions to indicate whether the invitation has sent properly, or bounced (indicating an error or an incorrect address).

Organization Administrators, by navigating to Permission, can check the status of any recent user invites.  Learn more.

If you have a feature request, please send us a message via our chat box.

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