Announcing several great new features

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Announcing several great new features

Thu, 10/26/2017 - 17:35
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We are excited to announce several exciting news regarding the development of the WatchAdvisor platform! These past months, we have been working hard behind the curtains to continuously improve our tech and implement what we have learned from you, our users. We are thus very happy to be able to share our latest developments with you, which of course mark only the beginning of all our upcoming new features over the next few months! Oh and there's also a chance for you to win a brand new Tissot. ;)

Release V1.1 – Various Key Tech Improvements

In this release, we mainly focused on some key functionality and design improvements, with the aim of making the overall user experience smoother and more intuitive. We would like to highlight the most important ones here below:

  • Extended the search function of watches
  • Simplified the price request for watches
  • Improved the overall navigation, especially for mobile usage
  • Revised the design of WatchCards & StoreCards
  • WatchCards now display approximate prices instead of a price category
  • Increased highlighting of brands and stores
  • Various bug fixes and overall design optimization

We hope you will have a look at all these improvements with myWatchAdvisor and do let us know in case you have any feedback – we're all ears!

Looking at what's to come, until the end of October, we will continue to upload and list Swiss retailers as well as further enlarge our database of watches. After that, towards the end of November, we will then launch the release V1.2, including various significant improvements in regards to the sign up process and user engagement. We will of course keep you up to date regarding all these new implementations via this newsletter, so stay tuned!

"Ask Me Anything" – Enabling any watch lover to ask all the questions they ever had to the watch industry's top leaders

We are super excited to announce this new feature on WatchAdvisor! With "Ask Me Anything" (AMA), we are giving you the unique chance to have a direct chat with the CEOs of top watch brands or benefit from the expertise of renowned personalities.

Moderated by our team, during our live AMAs with global watch industry shapers you will thus have the chance to ask all the questions you ever wanted and finally get the answers you were seeking. For our first AMA, we couldn't but give our very own Alexander Linz the honor of being our first guest – click on the banner below to join his AMA on November 15 and find out about all further details:

AMA Alexander Linz

Since the beginning, one of the most important goals we follow is to make WatchAdvisor the go-to place for every watch lover, with a sustainable community in its core. Since a community is only as valuable as the interactions made amongst its members, with AMA, we believe to have made another step towards this direction and cannot wait for our first AMA to go live in a couple of weeks.

Tissot Chrono XLBecause this will be our first AMA, we have set up a little additional surprise for you! Amongst all the questions posted in the AMA thread, we will raffle a brand new Tissot Chrono XL watch! Therefore, make sure to post your questions right away and, with a bit of luck, you might be the lucky winner! ;)

We hope you are as excited as us about all these new features and we cannot wait to see you further explore myWatchAdvisor. In case you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at any time – we would be very happy to hear from you!

Yours Sincerely,
The WatchAdvisor Team

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