We just released a new version of 8.0 today and it’s got a lot – and I do mean a lot – of stuff in it.
First and most importantly, there are a ton of fixes in 18.104.22.168. It should make things more stable and reliable, so that’s clearly important. Also, it should make things run a bit smoother and faster, which is always a bonus.
There are also a ton of new features in this version, including:
- A new Personal Setting option to have all List Windows pinned, floating or detached
- A new way to add and remove columns from Rundowns
- New ways to reply to Messages
- The ability to dock more things to the NavBar for easier access
- …and more!
Check out our Release Note for even more details about this new version and – as always – don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any questions!
Time for the next little preview of what’s coming soon in 8.1!
This time, we’re talking about Linking. There’s already a bit of this in ENPS now, but we’re taking it to the next level in 8.1. Click on the link (sorry, couldn’t help it) to find out more! Continue reading
One of the things that we showed off at NAB this year was Mobile Notifications – now whenever anyone sends you a Message in ENPS, you’ll get a notification on ENPS Mobile, even if you’re in a different application!
Read on to see what it looks like and more! Continue reading
Today we released ENPS version 22.214.171.124, which has some really cool new features and some important bug fixes.
UPDATE 5/13 3:31PM: Whoops! We might’ve pulled the trigger a bit too fast on this one. We’ve put the previous release back up on the Download page while we get some things sorted. The new release will be back soon, promise!
Read on to learn more! Continue reading
We’ve had some pretty big changes in our world lately, so we thought it might be a good idea to update you guys on what’s been going on.
Don’t worry – all of your favorite faces are still here! But we did move some responsibilities around and the biggest news – we found someone to help us run this crazy place! Continue reading
Phew! It has been a long few weeks – we had a great time at NAB. We had to spend all of last week following up on some of the great conversations we had while we were there and what we missed while we were gone.
Now that we’re back and have some bandwidth, we want to take some time to show you guys what we were talking about while were in Las Vegas so that those of you were weren’t there can get just as excited as those we got to see in person! Continue reading
We’re so excited that it’s almost time for NAB! We’ve been working really hard on a lot of great things to show during the convention and we just know you’re gonna love it!
We don’t want to give too much away just yet, but needless to say, what we have in store should help make it that much easier for you to tell the stories you want to tell and that your audiences need to know.
If you can, come visit us at SL7606 (South Lower Hall) and see what we have in store. If you can’t be here, follow us on Twitter (@AP_ENPS) for even more info as the show goes on!
For now, here’s our team for this year and we’re clearly really excited to get things going! Here’s to a great NAB 2016!
Last week, we released not one but TWO versions of ENPS – it’s like Christmas!
…OK, maybe not that exciting, but still – anytime you can update, it’s an exciting day! Click through for more details! Continue reading
ENPS has lots of options for training. We want to make sure you know how to use the program you spend most of your day working in.
If you’re using the ENPS desktop/laptop client, and you have a simple question, try hitting the F1 key. That’s our on-line help guide and it contains everything you’ll need to work the ENPS client. It’s working for you 24 hours a day.
We have on-line videos that you can use, too, for ENPS 7, older versions of ENPS and ENPS Stats. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access. You do have to be working at an ENPS site to get that access, though.
Does your whole newsroom need help? We can provide web-based training for simple refreshers, or we can come on site to help. Email email@example.com if you’d like to set something up.
Just a heads up – we’ve seen some issues in our testing with Microsoft .NET 4.6. We’re going to be addressing that as best we can as issues come to our attention, but it might be a good idea to hold off on installing that particular version on your client workstations until we’ve been able to finish more testing.
Our minimum requirement remains .NET 4.5.1, even though Microsoft is no longer supporting it. We’ll likely be updating that in the near future.
As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Helpdesk.