The new look of Skyslope is completely and utterly un-pleasing to the eye and several of our agents have already complained about the design to us. As a Compliance Officer who has to be on Skyslope 8 hours a days reviewing files back-to-back, I can see why agents are frustrated with the changes. Where do I begin?
1.) When looking at the checklist, you have to do a lot of scrolling compared to before. The "Status" text font is extremely small and it strains your eye to look at. Skyslope should have kept this section as it was, with an entire colored square box. This allowed it to stand out more, which should really be the focal point of the checklist.
2.) When looking at the checklist, the paperclip to the right of "Status" is not situated on the page to where you can distinguish if there are more than 1 documents attached. Before the new look, you were able to tell this, because for items that had more than one document attached, the paperclip was situated more to the right side.
3.) Everything is harsh on the eyes. There is way too much white, which causes a major headache, and I feel like it causes strain on the eyes.
4.) On the "Documents to Review" tab, when there is nothing to review, there is a sentence that says "Sweet, looks like are no listings that need your attention".....grammatically incorrect.....you are missing the word "there" in your sentence. No big deal to the functionality to Skyslope but just thought I would point this out.
I hope that all of these points are brought to your attention asap and that changes be made RIGHT AWAY to fix this situation.
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