Uscreen Early Release Beta Features
Updated over a week ago

Uscreen releases some features or improvements as "beta". Think of these like optional, early access, sneak-peek features. We are still working on these. But we want to give you, our most progressive, innovative, and cutting-edge customers, access to these early improvements. You can offer your direct feedback, as we are working on the beta, before the official release.

Many Uscreen customers ask to be part of betas, and already participate!

Visit the Experimental Beta Page to see the current betas, and enroll on a feature-by-feature basis.

What is a beta?

  • A new, early-release, experimental feature or improvement

  • Often, there are limited capabilities

  • Some capabilities will change

  • Might be unstable, and not perform as expected

  • Uscreen plans further improvements

  • Betas are always optional

  • Enable on a feature-by-feature basis.

  • You can enable or disable beta features at any point, directly on the beta page

  • Betas always have associated help articles and videos

  • Betas typically last several weeks to several months, before being officially released

  • Uscreen encourages you to share feedback with a feature suggestion.

Where do I see and enroll in the betas?

  • Visit the Experimental Beta Page to see the current betas!

  • Be sure to review each beta's associated help documentation for details.

Should I participate?

  • The decision is up to you!

  • Betas are always optional

  • Yes!! if you are progressive, see value, want early-access, and want to share your feedback directly with Uscreen, to inform our improvements.

  • No... if you are more careful, or risk-averse. Simply wait for the feature to be officially launched, when it is less subject to change.

  • And remember, you can always enable a beta feature, try it out, and then disable, if it is not for you.

  • We offer this beta program, based on many requests from our customers, who ask for early access to feature, and like sharing their feedback.

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