We have a pile of small-ish updates that we hope you’ll like. Here they are, in approximate order of prominence:
- The “search” box when adding profiles to work records is bigger and clearer. Once you have added profiles to the attendance table, you can now click on their names and view their profile in a new popup window. (If you don’t see anything then you may need to tell your browser to allow popups).
- You can create duplicate groups and waiting lists. In groups > view all, click the popup menu over the group you want to duplicate, and you’ll see it there on the menu.
- The ‘delete’ option on popup menus has been moved to near the bottom of the menu, to make it harder to accidentally delete data.
- You can view deleted activity (work, referral etc.) records – there’s a new checkbox in the ‘search’ when viewing all records. If you open up the popup menu over a deleted record, you can restore it.
- When you edit an address on a profile, it will load the whole tab afterwards (previously you’d ‘lose’ the contact permissions until you clicked on the tab again).
- Case reports now include the number of days, in addition to the number of weekdays, that the case has been opened.
- If you try and change your password to something that doesn’t meet your organisations password rules, you’ll get a better message explaining why not.
- Multi-project systems can upload library items to multiple projects at once – you can choose which projects to add to when you create or edit the item.
- Profiles added via the API have a big notice telling you so when you view the profile, and have an ‘Accept’ button to add the profile into the main list of profiles.
- If you have a date selected in a non-required field, the popup calendar has a ‘clear’ button that will clear out the date entered.
- Communication templates can now include the day of the week of the work record, and the names of staff attending a work record.
- Administrators in multi-project systems can merge duplicate profiles (previously only project admins could)
- There’s a few other places where we’ve amended labels to try and make it clearer what they do (but they still do the same as they did before!)
We are also working on an update to the case tab in profiles, which will make it load faster for profiles with a lot of data, and allow us to add some new features and flexibility on the tab – more soon, we hope!