Hey Ashley, Thanks for the recent updates...much appreciated! The remembered and restored desktop zoom levels are fantastic. Here are a couple suggestions (that is if it they aren't already implemented; I don’t think they are, but if so please let me know): It's great that the update log is on the sign-in page, as it should be for obvious reasons - two of which is that is gives potential users who land on the page a snapshot of the development progress of the app, and it immediately lets them know that the developer is currently and pro-actively improving it. 1. However it would be great if within the app, you include an "About CardDesk" drop down menu that displays the version that is in use, and within the drop down menu a choice to display a pop up of the application's update log - which covers the full history, or at least 3-4 versions back. There are often times while I'm using an app that I want to quick-reference and review the features of the current and proceeding versions, and the progress of their update details, without having to venture – if possible – too far from my work flow. 2. Also from within the app, include a pop up display notification that alerts the user when the app has just been updated and the details of that update. Generally I love to get app updates and if possible I always want to know about them when they occur. It would be nice to learn about updates to CardDesk, without the necessity of going to the sign-in page to learn their details and new features. I was logged out for a couple of days and upon signing in I happened to notice the 1/7 and 1/8 updates. Normally I keep the app open and active in my browser while staying signed for as long as possible because I'm continually working with it. Since I don't need to repeatedly log of and sign-in again I don't, but as a result I don't know about updates unless I deliberately log out and view the sigh-in page. These clearly aren't necessary additions, but they are minor finishing touches of convenience and luxury that may help users have a more settled-in experience while using the app.