We think the members of the Lucity family are pretty special, and it appears that many industry publications and conference organizers agree. Here are just a few examples of Lucity clients in the spotlight.
Have you recently been featured in a magazine or at a conference? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- One-on-one contract with residents and developers enables the City of Temecula, CA, to increase awareness and implement standards to control runoff threatening area waterways.
- Municipal Sewer & Water featured an article about Gwinnett County in Georgia that highlights their efforts in conquering corrosion.
We have more to share on Lucity enhancements for Notifications for 7.30. This post discusses an option for formatting addresses on a notification. This is part of a series of posts on Lucity Version 7.30 enhancements.
In previous releases, notifications could contain addresses but depending on how the notification was written, the address might look something like this:
You have a new request assigned at [RQ_ADR_BDG] [RQ_ADR_B2] [RQ_ADR_PT] [RQ_ADR_DIR] [RQ_ADR_STR] [RQ_ADR_TY] [RQ_ADR_SFX] for [RQ_PROB_TY].
Which produces an email that looks like this:
You have a new request assigned at 1000 MAIN ST N for Missing Traffic Sign.
You have a new request assigned at HWY 69 E for Missing Traffic Sign.
In 7.30, a new keyword for notifications was added which allows these addresses to be printed without the extra spaces. The keyword is [ADDRESS: ….] and is applied like this: Continue reading