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Old 11-06-2014, 12:00 AM
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Can you give us an idea when you will have at least a basic app? It would be nice to have for March-April next year ready for the new mowing season.
Hi Cedar Lawn Care,

Thanks for your interest in Yardbook. Generally we donít promise exact dates for feature releases; however, a dedicated mobile app is on our product roadmap. We hope to have our initial version out before the new season starts. Currently, weíre focusing our development efforts on the snowplow feature, making scheduling and billing super easy for snow removal jobs.

In the last few months, we have launched a number of exciting features based on user feedback. In case anyone missed our announcements, here are some of the highlights:
  • Property-Based Pricing
  • Time Clock and Time Sheets
  • Batch Invoicing via Email
  • Grant Limited Access to Employees

You can also find out more about our product updates on our Facebook page linked here:
www.facebook.com/yardbook

Best,
Mark
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Old 11-06-2014, 01:35 PM
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I don't like yardbook because it's free, I like it cause it seems developers are eager to listen and implement new features as quick as they can, I have tried so many other software and it seems most of them are in the yearly updates mentality or never (gopher), every single time they have said we are working on it they really mean it, many new features and enhancements have been implemented to the software in such a short period (programming takes a lot of time and testing), I'm in no way affiliated to yardbook other than being a user.
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Old 11-18-2014, 12:44 AM
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I just started using Yardbook today and it's pretty amazing. I was in the process of developing my own CRM and invoicing platform (ex-software engineer) but this is exactly what I was working on. Perfect! Thanks again for the great product. I just switched everything over to Yardbook.
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Old 11-18-2014, 02:37 PM
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Thanks AztanLC and Hill Lawn Care for your feedback.

Glad you like the product!
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I'm about to try out Yardbook. I have one question though: Will the program retrieve banking transactions or do I need to manually input them in order to use Yardbook instead of a bookkeeping software?
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Suggestion for developer (if you're still out there)- Needs customizable "Terms". The options available don't offer enough freedom. I don't want to bill out Feb services on the 1st and wait until Mar 2 to get paid or if we do mulch job today, I want to be able to make it due 3 days from now. Look at the software called "Billings", to get some ideas.... They have great customizable invoice templates as well. I'm hoping to convert to Yardbook in order to have a more comprehensive program to manage business.
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I'm about to try out Yardbook. I have one question though: Will the program retrieve banking transactions or do I need to manually input them in order to use Yardbook instead of a bookkeeping software?

Thanks for your interest in Yardbook. Currently we donít offer integrations to different banks to retrieve transactions. Quickbooks integration is on our product roadmap and we will explore using QB to sync transactions for our users. As for adding more due date options, I will bring up your feedback with our dev team and see if we can provide more options.

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I also like to get more customization for invoices
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