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August 28, 2019 | Tom Ballard

SeatsOpen adds venues in Knoxville and Nashville, moves out of Beta with app

The SeatsOpen team sent an update last week with new developments for the app helping co-workers find convenient places. Here’s what he wrote including the addition of two more locations in Knoxville.

  • Getting Educated – We’ve been out in the wild, aka coffee shops and cowork spaces, learning about what you all want and need to have a productive workday.
  • Evolving – Based on these learnings we’ve made some changes to the app that we think you’ll love. We heard that finding reliable meeting space is a pain point for many of you, so we’ve worked with our host partners to add separate meeting spaces so you can easily book space for client and team meetings. We also learned where we could streamline the flow of the app and have worked to improve the user experience.
  • Growing – We’re excited to announce new host spaces in Nashville and Knoxville to give you more locations and vibes to choose from. In Nashville, we’ve added Acme (Downtown) and Vandyke Bed and Beverage (5 Points) as hosts, with The Fox (South Inglewood) and The Ainsworth (Vanderbilt) soon to join. In Knoxville, we’re excited to welcome Bluhen (Old City) and Gimme Sugar (Bearden) to the party.
  • Becoming Legit – We’d also like to announce that we’re live and official on both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. If you already have the app, sweet, just make sure you’ve updated to the latest version to access our newest features! If not, you can download the app on your respective device through the links above.

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