Version 1.14.0 brings a wider range of flexibility to our users. Now, Employees have the ability to conduct audits! We also made it so a company’s Administrator role could be switched to another Simplifya user.
Prior to this update, Employees could only be assigned to and resolve Action Items. Now, they have the ability to conduct audits, as well as view any audits they’ve conducted.
Administrators now have the ability to remove themselves as the Administrator and add another user to the position.
Fix an issue where users would see comments from all users on dashboard posts made by Simplifya.
The Audit Request box disappeared from the dashboard of some Compliance Companies. We’re sorry about that, but it’s back and ready for checking.
When Checklists first came out, Administrators couldn’t give the same name to tasks, even if they were on different checklists. Name away.
For a checklist, now “Assignees” tells you whether the assignments you’ve created are still active or expired with nicely colored labels.
Audit numbers, once referred to as “Inspection No.”, are a little more formal and a lot smarter. Now, your “Audit No.” is an 18-character code that tells you the date of your audit, the type of audit, and more.
On a user’s dashboard, system notifications became easier to distinguish from audit-related updates. They’re the slightly less frequent ones with the blue box.
The window where you can “Assign an Employee to [Checklist] Checklist” just got a little snazzier.