June 12, 2019

A New Look for the Homepage and Response Library

 

We heard that you needed clearer, more direct ways to access of all of the content you have on the Dynamic Response platform. That’s why we’ve redesigned two of the main pages that link to draft responses, approved language, and anything waiting for your review or approval.

The new Homepage:

The first thing you’ll notice when you log in is that we’ve replaced the homepage content with 4 large tiles. These tiles take you to the main areas you’ll need to access:

  1. Drafting a new message

  2. Opening an existing draft

  3. Working a message submitted for your review

  4. Accessing your library of approved language

We’ve cut out the clutter and made it clearer where everything on DR is located.

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The new Response Library:

Dynamic Response becomes increasingly more useful as your organization builds its library of statements.  We’ve redesigned the response library and added  features that make it easier to find the approved content you’re looking for.

Brands with recent activity appear in tiles at the top of the page, and all responses can be sorted or filtered by geography, audience, challenge category, and brand.

There is also now the ability to view your response library organized by situation. This can be especially helpful when you’re looking for all of the statements associated with a specific event or topic.

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Check out the new look for the homepage and response library at dynamicresponse.co

Feedback makes our product better!

Do you have any suggestions on how we could further improve DR’s interface? We’re always open to questions comments, and recommendations.

Reach out to us at: scesta@maslansky.com

 

April 15, 2019

Introducing the Newly Redesigned Navigation Menu!

 

April 1st, 2019

New Videos: Detailed Walkthrough and Q&A With Michael Maslansky!

 

March 7th, 2019

“Situations”: A New Way to Organize your Responses

 

FEBRUARY 14th, 2019

Streamlined Challenge Categories

We’re constantly working to make the user interface for Dynamic Response more streamlined. To make the process of navigating the site more intuitive, we’ve replaced the existing menu buttons with a newly designed navigation bar.

The new navigation sidebar consists of 4 main icons: 

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Check out the new look for the navigation bar at dynamicresponse.co

Feedback makes our product better!

Do you find that this new navigation system makes it easier to quickly find what you need? Do you have any suggestions on how we could further improve DR’s interface? We’re always open to questions comments, and recommendations. 

Reach out to us at: info@maslansky.com

 

Need a refresher on how to get the most out of the Dynamic Response Issue Diagnosis and response drafting process? Check our new walkthrough video, for a case study on a hypothetical Data Breach scenario!

DR Demo Walkthrough

Also, hear what our founder and CEO, Michael Maslansky, has to say about Dynamic Response, how it changes the way we think about responding to issues, and whether communication alone is enough to get you through a PR crisis.

What is Dynamic Response? Q&A with Michael Maslansky

Reach out to us with questions or comments: info@maslansky.com


 

Crisis response doesn’t end after making your first statement. As the situation progresses, you might draft different responses for different audiences, deliver multiple announcements or build your message over time.

Dynamic Response’s new “Situations” feature lets you organize multiple statements around a single event, topic, or issue – cataloging your responses, so at a glance you have a holistic view of all the language you’ve deployed for a given situation.

During the Issue Diagnosis process, you’ll now be prompted to give a title and short description to the situation at hand. Alternatively, choosing one of your existing “Situations” will auto-populate the page with the description and type you previously set.

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“The Situation” page combines several elements that were previously on separate pages.

After providing a brief account of the situation, you’ll move onto “The Response” page to describe the actual statement you’re drafting.  You’ll be prompted to provide a name for your statement, so you can quickly tell the difference between your Initial Public Statement or the latest Message to the Regulatory Board, for example.

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Describe the statement you’re drafting in the “Response” page.

By combining all relevant content onto the same page, both the “Situation” and “Response” pages help streamline the issue diagnosis process – significantly cutting down the amount of time it takes you to complete this essential step, and providing clarity when you’re looking at your responses after the fact.

 

Feedback makes our product better!

We’re continuously making updates to Dynamic Response and would appreciate any comments or recommendations on new features, areas for improvement, or gaps you see.

Reach out to us at: info@maslansky.com


After hearing your feedback, we’ve begun to streamline Dynamic Response’s issue diagnosis process. Now, you’ll be able to accurately assess the issue your company is facing in a more intuitive and streamlined way.

Our newly redesigned “Challenge Category” page helps you categorize your company’s situation into one of four broad challenge categories, and one of the more specific sub-categories, all within one page.

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Sub-Categories appear after selecting a broader challenge category

More updates will follow as we continue to streamline the Issue Diagnosis process.

Feedback makes our product better!

We’re continuously making updates to Dynamic Response and would appreciate any comments or recommendations on new features, areas for improvement, or gaps you see. Leave a comment on this post, or email info@maslansky.com