You guessed it right — this month we have introduced Dux-Soup interface in Italian, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, French and Polish languages with our latest release — V5.11.14. This will ensure that you can understand and navigate through Dux-Soup easier and faster!
P.S. To check which Dux-Soup version you have, just click on the Dux-Soup icon on your browser and you will see the version number in the top right corner.
We are excited to announce that Dux-Soup has extended its live customer support window to provide our US customers with instant response, east coast to west coast. Now you can reach us via email or live chat anytime from 08:00 -19:00 EDT, 08:00–17:00 PDT in addition to the existing 09:00–18:00 CEST window. We’ll be happy to reply via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or live chat via www.dux-soup.com
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I believe that when you first downloaded Dux-Soup, you have probably asked yourself: How does it work? How many people can I connect a day? How can I get emails for leads?
Your questions have been heard! To all of the new Dux-Soup users and newbies, here’s a comprehensive webinar that covers everything you need to know about Dux-Soup. You can easily follow along the instructions and get set up in minutes. The webinar also gives some tips and tricks on the best practices of Dux-Soup.
If I were you, I would stick some headphones on right now and start listening :)
One of the most frequently asked questions in April was about the difference between scanning vs visiting profiles and when to use one over the other. Well, here you go — we have written a comprehensive guide and comparison of both features which you can read here.
And just to make it a little bit easier for you, here is a side by side comparison of the data you get when you visit or scan profiles:
When you think about the time that you spend looking for a perfect candidate…which could be better spent focusing on more useful daily tasks.
Did you know that Dux-Soup can help you automate the process of finding and contacting hundreds of potential candidates? Interested in learning more? Our latest blog post explores the best uses of Dux-Soup for LinkedIn Recruiter. What’s more, we have included 2 Pro tips to increase your chances of finding the right talent, so make sure to check it out!
A quick look ahead to next month from Dux-Soup HQ shows another busy month for our engineers. There will be several usability improvements for the — way too scrolly — options panel, making it easier for our users to find their way. We’ll also continue with regular updates to keep in check with the current Sales Navigator development that LinkedIn is doing. And the big one will be the release of the Batch InMailer, yes, finally!
The feedback or comments that you send don’t go unnoticed. If you have any suggestions for improvements, send it right away to email@example.com and we will add it to our feature request list and discuss it with our tech team.
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