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Introducing MiCasa Tasks

The crew behind the scenes at MiCasa have been working incredibly hard recently; today we’re chuffed to announce a major update to MiCasa, including something brand new called MiCasa Tasks.

MiCasa Tasks is a powerful tool that allows the strata council and property manager to create tasks and assign them to a person or company for successful completion. Continue Reading…

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MiCasa – The Facebook Community Vision

Currently working on: Building a Better Community

At the moment we are discussing how we can better communicate with members of the MiCasa Facebook Community. Our aim is to create a non-intimidating conversational environment, for people who live in strata buildings to share their experience and knowledge with other strata residents. We are also keen to share the experience that we’ve gathered while creating MiCasa. We’ve worked with many residential buildings, each with their own quirks and peculiarities, and lived in many too. Facebook is a great medium for these conversations.

Tell us how you think we can do a better job in this area. Your suggestions mean the world to us, so we’re listening… Continue Reading…

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MiCasa – New Calendar Will Help Keep Residents In The Loop

Currently Working On: Norm’s Calendar Suggestion

Way back in January, Norm from Victoria asked us if we could build a calendar feature for MiCasa. According to Norm, a calendar would help their building by enabling residents to check the availability of their two guest suites.

Thanks Norm, great idea. A calendar feature is a popular suggestion, so we’re on it. Continue Reading…

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MiCasa Permissions Update, er… Update.

Currently Working On: Saying Sorry to the MiCasa Community

I write a lot of articles about using MiCasa to promote open and transparent communication, and how this will re-invent your strata community. So it would be hypocritical of me to preach transparency without practicing it here, so the MiCasa Community can also benefit (or shun me completely, which is also an option… I guess). Continue Reading…