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We’ve just made comments more interactive with image attachments in ZENSIE

October 31, 2018

If releasing new features to make collaboration around agri-data easier is wrong, we don’t wanna be right.

In our last major release, we brought growers comments and groups to drive greater collaboration. Comments make it easy to annotate data on any sensor data type.

Our next release, feeds, made it simpler to watch colleagues’ discussions unfold, and jump in when needed.

Now, with image comments, we’re taking collaboration around agri-data to the next level. And we’re still far from finished.

ZENSIE users can now add JPG, GIF or PNG attachments to their comments, adding a visual component to their conversation, from anywhere, on any device.

We’ve taken the discussion around crop needs (and their environmental context) online, bringing the visual component of “being in the greenhouse” just a little bit closer to the context provided by live and historical sensor data, and made it stronger with the ability to crowd-source knowledge from team members and external contacts across the globe.

We couldn’t quite keep this feature a secret before release, and some of the customers we’ve spoken to are very excited about its potential applications. Here’s why they told us it’s important.

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