Suwanee, GA (PressExposure) August 11, 2011 -- AtHomeNet, Inc., a web services company in metro Atlanta, released the latest functionality for their community and association management company websites this week. The release included 3 new widgets, more than 95 free articles, and enhancements to the eForms feature.
AtHomeNet introduced the Widget Wizard to their clients and prospects in May of this year with the goal of creating a user-friendly, customizable experience that put the newest content on the front page of the website.
"We understand that many communities struggle to find a way to get residents to log in to their association website and keep them coming back," said Director of Sales and Marketing, Mike Curtis. "Widgets not only allow website administrators to customize their website with click and drag functionality, but they also ensure that fresh content is available to residents upon logging into the site, giving them reason to visit the site frequently for new information."
New widgets introduced included Documents, Boards and Committees, and Classified ads. Each widget can be displayed in a variety of ways with the website administrator having control over what is shown, from the date to most popular. The Instant Articles widget was introduced in June, feeding articles on multiple lifestyle topics to the widget. More than 75 articles were added to the database last month and more than 95 articles were added this month.
Also released were enhancements to eForms. The eForms feature allows administrators to create forms for a variety of purposes and post them on their website. The enhancement gave administrators the ability to display eForm results in a bar graph format to residents who had completed the eForm. AtHomeNet also uploaded 8 professionally designed email bulletin templates and added spell check functionality to all of the text editors on their websites.
All new features and enhancements included in AtHomeNet's monthly releases are announced in the company's monthly email newsletter to clients, the AtHomeNet Gazette.