Escalated growth of Yo!Coach – From V2.1 to 2.3 – in 180 days

Escalated growth of Yo!Coach – From V2.1 to 2.3 – in 180 days

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12 months into the industry with 100+ clients served in over 30+ countries, Yo!Coach has quickly emerged as one of the fastest-growing online tutoring and consultation marketplace software. In the last 6 months, the team has delivered 3 stable releases – each one adding outstanding enhancements and exciting new features to the already successful platform..

Version 2.1, released in January 2021, introduced a host of new amendments, which included GDPR compliance and 2 popular video-conferencing tools – Zoom and Lessonspace – in addition to pre-existing AtomChat integration. These tools integrated into a single platform meant that the key features like document & code editor (in LessonSpace), session recording (in Zoom), and language translator (in AtomChat) – were all available for use in Yo!Coach. 

Similarly, version 2.2 released in the subsequent month introduced three new payment gateways (taking the total count to 7), PWA, and vital functionalities like auto language selection. 

In June 2021, Yo!Coach launched V2.3 with revamped dashboards of the tutor and learner, multiple price slab functionality, refined URL rewriting and Meta Tags module, and other major upgrades. Below is a detailed infographic on the major amendments, new features, and general enhancements the team has performed in the last 6 months propelling Yo!Coach as a prominent online tutoring solution worldwide. 

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