It's really tough to give out details of upcoming features because the competition may implement them before we do.
In terms of alerts, there's some 'normalization' work to be done to make them globally accessible and add new alert types.
What we have done recently is written a new framework for the products that let's us add certain things more quickly - I just can't say what those things are because they are pretty much 'outside the box' compared with what we do now.
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ok Pete...makes sense on the competition part. hoping some of the jazz is released soon . I deem Jigsaw to be at cutting edge of OF...though also look at a few other stuff to compliment JS...but nothing beats JS. So wishing JS the best and look forward to some of the stuff you have in the works.
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