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Feature Updates

NEW: Online Booking for Owl

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After several months, and lots of great feedback from our beta-group participants (thanks!) Owl’s Online Booking feature is now live! Online Booking lets your clients book appointments directly into your calendar from your website. Online booking is an optional upgrade feature for Owl that’s available for an additional $20 per month for the Solo Edition of Owl. To learn more ...

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NEW: Pagination for Long Tables

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We’ve now introduced pagination to Owl to improve the usability and speed of Owl Practice. Some of you may have encountered long tables in Owl, and these tables are often cumbersome to manage and can be slow to load when they’re very large. To make things work better, we’ve introduced the idea of pagination across Owl. For example, if you ...

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NEW: Internet Connectivity Banner

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Any Wi-Fi zone you find yourself in may experience periods of slowness or interruption. This can be due to network traffic, technical issues with Wi-Fi components, or service interruption with an internet provider. Owl now detects when your Internet connection has slowed down and warns you that this has happened. It also let’s you know when your network is working again. ...

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NEW: Cancellation Attendance Status

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We’re excited to let you know that we’ve heard your feedback on Owl’s CANCELLED attendance status, and have enhanced Owl’s cancellation functionality. Specifically, there are now TWO cancellation attendance states for Owl: CANCELLED and LATE CANCEL. CANCELLED allows you track that a session was cancelled by the client but there is not charge for the session. The session remains listed ...

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NEW: Multiple Therapists for Clients

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We’re happy to announce a SECOND Group Edition update for Owl today: Multiple Therapists for Clients. You can now add multiple therapists to a client’s profile, allowing each of the listed therapists to access the client’s profile. This is important for multi-disciplinary practices, or practices where a given client sees more than one therapist. There is still a Primary Therapist ...

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