The release of Rapid Personnel Manager version 35.1 is now ready for your review! This is a minor release, however, we managed to make some improvements, along with any fixes needed. Read on for more details.
New since version 35.0:
First of all, we would like to thank you for checking this release. We spend a considerable time to specify what is new to show you that we are working hard every day to improve RPM for each new version.
- Added a tag mass action in tag edit view. Now it’s possible to assign tags to people, contracts, deployments, courses in one place and in one click.
- Improved scoped managers access to their own profile.
- Added a widget which allows admins to track invalid email address in the system. This change improves data quality in RPM.
- Removed a tag page link for applicants in areas of expertise as they can’t interact with the page.
- Run a bulk command for our client to change reviewer tags visibility property.
- Completed data migration for one of our clients.
- Added logic to notify an alert creator on client rejection when “Send reply to me” checkbox ticked.
- Add “create by” and “valid until” data in client approve and reject alert view.
- Improved an email title formatting for request approval.
- Made “Date when this tag becomes obsolete” input field wider.
- Fixed an issue related to deployment secondment mode fields validation.
- Fixed an issue which prevented phase order changes in boards.
- Fixed criteria search issue which occurred when searching for deployment or work experience country on pages rather than personnel.
- Fixed inconsistency with .env configuration settings. This issue is not visible to an end user, but improves development flow.
- Fixed a validation issue for a cloud federation token.
- Changed a condition on which activation email should be triggered on contact information page.
- Fix undefined url cases.
- Fixed an issue when a menu icon disappeared when applying label change in fields customizations.
Keep an eye on our release notes to learn more about the changes made.