Incremental Update Version 2.8.0

16th October 2018


NHS Syndicated Content

What is NHS syndication?

Syndication allows you to pull content from the NHS website via an Application Programming Interface (API). This means that any information you syndicate on your website will remain up-to-date, regardless of any changes NHS website make. This content spans your website, meaning you can pull in single articles on a condition, whole chunks of information on stopping smoking or weight loss and much, much more.


See example from Oaklands Health Centre in Hythe



Instant Search

To make it easier for patients to search for conditions, treatments, advice and tips, we've introduced instant search which allows patients to filter as they type.

GRIDS is here - You asked, we delivered

Grids for any page...

Add custom grids to any page on your website. We've expanded the Home Page Banner Icons with a new grids module allowing you to add customised grids ranging from 2 - 6 per line which you can embed in any page you create.


Grid of 3


Grid of 4

The example grid below shows how it can be used to set up a 'Reception Enquiries' grid for patients to view common enquiries.


Grid of 2

Use 2 grids, like below, to allow patients to choose whether they've had a good experience (link patient to NHS Reviews Website) or bad experience (link patient to contact us form).

Disable Page(s)

Ever wish you could just disable a page so that it doesn't show up within a Google Search or within your site index? Well, now you can.  Instead of deleting the page, you can now disable it by turning ON or OFF the enabled page feature.



Rename Manual Backup

We've introduced a new feature which allows you to rename your manual backups.  Manual backups are used to restore a previous version of your website.  You would use this feature if you've made a mistake and want to restore a working version.  Now, you rename your backups to show the changes you've made making it easier for you to know what you're restoring.


Text Messaging & Email Consent Form


Form Content


GDPR is a new law that determines how your personal data is processed and kept safe, and the legal rights that you have in relation to your own data.

The regulation was applied on 25th May 2018 and will apply even after the UK leaves the EU.

If you have already received a text message asking you to OPTIN or OPTOUT and you responded, you do not need to complete this form.

So that you can continue receiving SMS text and email appointment reminders and other health related information, we need to you explicitly consent by completing the necessary information below by entering your mobile phone number and or email address.