TrackVia's New Look

What’s New

We love hearing feedback from our customers. When you told us in our last survey that you wanted a more modern design to the product, we took that to heart and looked critically at our user interface. With your help, we realized that, while we’ve added a ton of new capabilities and made TrackVia into one of the most powerful and easiest to use low code solutions out there, we haven’t made very many meaningful updates to how it looks and feels in quite some time. With an eye on UI best practices, an ear full of your feedback and a touch of modern design, we’re very excited to launch our first release (of several) of our new look! Here are some of the key things in this release.  


We’ve completely revamped our dashboards with a brand new look and feel. It’s still the same dashboards you’ve built and love, just with a more modern design that makes the user experience more intuitive and similar to that of using your favorite consumer application. A bit of whitespace, more consistent usage of typography and button states, better application of themes, updated menus and clearer separation of content will make it easy for your end users to get their jobs done (plus it just looks beautiful!).

There are two minor functional changes (and only two):

  1. First, if you are an Admin or Super Admin, your admin menu will now always show so you have quick access to managing your resources. Thanks for the feedback on that!

  2. Second, we’ve changed how you navigate to your dashboards instead of getting lost in our previous tabbed dashboard navigation, your users will know exactly what dashboard they are on and can quickly click to navigate to another dashboard. In the above example, clicking on "QC Analytics" will display a dropdown with all of the user's available dashboards.

Building a dashboard hasn’t changed; you’ll still have the same experience you rely on today.

Grid Views

We’ve added some great new capabilities to Grid Views. First, we’ve added a touch of space between each row, both in grid views on dashboards and stand-alone grids. Then, we added zebra stripping, or that alternative white / grey lines that you often find in your favorite spreadsheet. This will help your users more easily scan data and not get lost in many rows. Next, we slightly modified the order of the Filter / Sort / Search buttons (It’s now Search / Filter / Sort, left to right). Last, we applied our new font and a bit of modern best practices to things like shadow, elevation and line colors.

Building a grid view hasn’t changed; you’ll still have the same experience you rely on today.

Sweating the Small Stuff

You’ll probably notice some more subtle changes the more that you use the updated TrackVia. Here are some of the things that are a little smaller in scope, but we heard will be impactful.

Shortcut Panels

Shortcut panels have been updated with new button styles, a new style for search inputs and subtler distinction from other panels on the dashboard.


Admin and user menus (like App Selector, Go-To Search, Help & Profile) have all been updated with a new look and new typography. Admin menus have also been updated with a new button style, hover styles and search on nearly all of them.


Skeleton Views

When you’re loading a dashboard or view, you may now see a grey representation of the content in that screen while it’s loading. This is called a skeleton view. Skeleton views serve the same purpose as activity or loading indicators, but they provide a better user experience, as they provide more information to the users, such as the screen's general layout and where the data will be presented.


We thought a lot about how we can be more WAI-ARIA 1.0 compliant and have implemented a number of enhancements that make TrackVia more accessible to people who may rely on screen readers and people who cannot use a mouse.  

Mobile Tablet Display Style

We don’t want to give too much away here… but we’re also launching a brand new tablet experience for our iOS & Android users! Stay tuned for additional release notes on exactly what that is.  

We will tell you that Admin roles & Super Admins get the “Enhanced” version by default, while Limited User roles can be toggled between “Simple” and “Enhanced” via the Role builder.

We hope you love our newly updated TrackVia!  

Product Release Notes

  1. June 2020 Platform Maintenance
  2. TrackVia Mobile - Dashboards Reimagined!
  3. TrackVia's New Look
  4. Update to Flows - New Exit Button And More!
  5. Advanced Link to Parent
  6. New and Improved Lanes View!
  7. Introducing Backup and Restore!
  8. View Filters + Web Maintenance
  9. Android Mobile App v2.24.1: Resolved Workflow Decision Conflict
  10. February 2020 Web Maintenance
  11. iOS Mobile App v4.5: Voice Memo, Barcodes, Manual Sort, and Charts
  12. iOS Mobile App v4.4.2: Resolve Unintentional Logouts from the App
  13. Web Maintenance January 2020
  14. Web v20.10: New Permission & Enhancements to Bulk Select
  15. Android Mobile App v2.23: Side by Side Multi-Select and Maintenance
  16. December 2019 Web Maintenance
  17. Microservices Update
  18. iOS Mobile App v4.4.1: Login to Sandbox Environment
  19. iOS Mobile App v4.4: Locations, Directions, and Maintenance
  20. October 2019 Web Maintenance
  21. iOS Mobile App v4.3.1: Logout Issue Resolved
  22. October 2019 Platform Maintenance
  23. Introducing Pivot Views!
  24. Android Mobile App v2.21.7: Maintenance Release
  25. iOS Mobile App v4.3: Sync Center Enhancements and Maintenance Release
  26. September 2019 Platform Maintenance
  27. September 2019 Web Maintenance
  28. iOS Mobile App v4.2 Maintenance Release
  29. August 2019 Platform Maintenance
  30. Android Mobile App v2.21.6: Maintenance Release
  31. Introducing TrackVia Integrations!
  32. Android Mobile App v2.21.5: Maintenance Release
  33. August 2019 Release Notes: Web Maintenance
  34. iOS Mobile App v4.1: Updates to Grid Views, Multi Select Widgets and Date/Time Stamps
  35. June 2019 Maintenance
  36. New in Mobile: iOS v4.0 - Simplified Offline Data Sync
  37. iOS Mobile App v4.0: Release Notes
  38. May 2019 Release Notes: Web Maintenance 2
  39. May 2019 Release Note: Web Maintenance
  40. App Script Constants!
  41. April 2019 Release Notes: API Maintenance
  42. Entity Relationship Diagram Improvements
  43. Improved Lanes View!
  44. December 2018 Release Notes: Web Maintenance
  45. Custom Mail Settings!
  46. November 2018 Release Notes: Platform Maintenance
  47. October 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  48. Improved User Management
  49. Views & Quick Filter Updates
  50. July 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  51. June 13, 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  52. May 25, 2018 Release Notes: Sandbox Environments
  53. May 2018 Release Notes: Deprecating TLS 1.0 & 1.1
  54. April 23rd Release Notes: Maintenance
  55. April 18th Release Notes: Maintenance
  56. April 10th Release Notes: Maintenance
  57. March 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  58. February 2018 Release Notes: More Intelligent Saving & Other Notes
  59. January 2018 Release Notes: Maintenance
  60. December 2017 Release Notes: Offline Editing on Android
  61. November 2017 Release Notes: Timeline | Calendar and Conditional Formatting
  62. September 2017 Release Notes: Maintenance
  63. August 2017 Release Notes: Maintenance
  64. July 2017 Release Notes: Maintenance
  65. June 27, 2017: TrackVia Introduces Flows!
  66. May 22, 2017: TrackVia Apple Watch App
  67. May 2017 Release Notes
  68. May 5, 2017: Better Connectivity Handling
  69. April 2017 Release Notes
  70. March 2017 Release Notes
  71. March 27, 2017: Single Sign On
  72. February 23, 2017: Winter Polish
  73. February 2017 Release Notes: Session Timeouts
  74. January 2017 Release Notes: Number Display Options & Min / Max

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