June 2022 Development Release: Empowering Business Users

Jul 04, 2022 Lilia Khovrak Lilia Khovrak

We appreciate your interest in SeaRates! Each month, we release new features and improvements. Subscribing to our SeaRates Blog Feed will notify you when a new release becomes available. 

The following are the most recent changes you should be aware of.

 

Widget customization

Customers who use the web integration of our tools such as Ship Schedules, Container Tracking, and Logistics Explorer will now have access to new functionality. Now you can display the widget in the preferred way on the homepage. Changes to the color, title, position, and shadows are all included in the subscription package for web integration. To modify the widget, navigate to your profile, click Apps in the sidebar, and then select Widget Customization. Then, customize the design of the widget you'd like to see on your website, and voilà! You now have a unique widget that you've made without the assistance of designers.

 


Logistics Explorer updates

We have added the option to search for rates with expired validity to the Rates API.



Our Shipment Information page, accessible by clicking the "Book Now" button, has been updated. The name of the vessel is now shown in the Schedule block on the page with information about a shipment.

 


Also, we'd like to let you know that our team is helping to get goods to Ukraine through the ports of Gdansk, Gdynia, and Constanta.

 

Special offers from SeaRates

We've added the hot deals block to our homepage. If you've signed up on our website, our system will now show you the best freight rates in your region, which you can book instantly.

If you want to be aware of our current promotions, be sure to check out our special offers, which are shown on the homepage.

 


And that's all for SeaRates' first summer update this year. Stay tuned for more!

 

July 4, 2022

The SeaRates Team

Lilia Khovrak is a professional content manager from Odessa, Ukraine. Loves life by the sea. Dreams to see Paris and eat a croissant on the thresholds of Notre Dame de Paris. Hates to read meaningless articles.


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