Feature Shoutout
Mar 26
10:00 am
 AEST
Grace's feature shoutout: Mass Actions

Reassigning one reminder takes about 17 seconds. But reassigning 1,000 reminders also takes 17 seconds. Why do something 1,000 times, when you can just do it once with Rex's mass actions?

Grace's feature shoutout: Mass Actions

Reassigning one reminder takes about 17 seconds. But reassigning 1,000 reminders also takes 17 seconds. Why do something 1,000 times, when you can just do it once with Rex's mass actions?

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Rex Training: Live Dashboards (Session 1)

Tuesday 30th March Session 1

2:30pm NZ  | 12.30pm NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT | 12 noon SA  | 11.30am QLD | 11:00am NT | 9:30am WA

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Rex Training: Live Dashboards (Session 1)

Tuesday 30th March Session 1

2:30pm NZ  | 12.30pm NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT | 12 noon SA  | 11.30am QLD | 11:00am NT | 9:30am WA

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Welcome to Rexfest

Check out this introduction video with our resident trainer (Kev) to walk you through what to expect from Rexfest!

Welcome to Rexfest

Check out this introduction video with our resident trainer (Kev) to walk you through what to expect from Rexfest!

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Check out our first Rexfest feature release – Auto-send for SMS/emails from tracks!

It’s time to kick your automation up a level with new functionality that automatically actions your tracks and reminders – sending messages at exactly the right time.

Check out our first Rexfest feature release – Auto-send for SMS/emails from tracks!

It’s time to kick your automation up a level with new functionality that automatically actions your tracks and reminders – sending messages at exactly the right time.

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