Rapid Personnel Manager version 39.2 has been released

Rapid Personnel Manager

Rapid Personnel Manager version 39.2 has been released

Version 39.2 of Rapid Personnel Manager was released! 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 39.1:

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 possibility to attach files to proof of life.
  • Implemented manager scopable alerts view. Once configured in System->Module control, managers will be able to see only alerts created with their scoped tags. 
  • Extended the require process action for person tags.
  • Added a sorting option on the boards based on applicants’ surnames.
  • Added “Unavailable tag” into “Availability” tag automation. It expands on the functionality of current logic. 
  • Improved the logic when the reference check template get changed.
  • Added an expiry date for agreements as well as a tag automation to understand the expiry and remove added tags when needed.
  • Improved functionality of client module. For example, now it shows the “Select approval choice” or the custom text with the selected choice.
  • Improved wording and presentation of intelligent alerts. For example, instead of “Available positions” one will see “Associated positions”.
  • Added “insurance card” and “residency attestation” options in attachments. 
  • Kept only “Not requestable” type option in language tag automation.
  • Added timestamps to identify when a user role was added. 
  • Updated FAQ to include cookies and cache clear instructions.
  • Improved how RPM handles translations. This change is not visible to an end user, but improves development flow.
  • Improved the loading of the map module. 


  • Fixed several issues in agreements module.
  • Fixed a logic behind the display of manager default scoped tags. 
  • Fixed a case when email footer was “null”.

Keep an eye on our release notes to learn more about the changes made