Release notes Apr 25 - May 1 2016

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This week we updated Replicon CloudClock for iOS, changed the default behavior of a punch policy setting, added a new filter to a project report, and fixed a couple of issues.

New default setting when creating punch policies

In new and default punch entry policies, the If the timesheet is already submitted field will now default to Automatically reopen the timesheet to include new punches. If you’ve created a new punch policy and selected the other option – Prevent punches until the timesheet is reopened – that setting will remain unchanged.

Ability to filter tasks with no hours out of a report

A new Data to Display filter is now available in reports based on the Task, Time, Expense, Cost & Billing data template. This option lets you filter tasks with no hours entered against them from the report output.

Update to CloudClock for iOS

Replicon CloudClock for iOS is now available in the Apple app store. It includes bug fixes and app stability improvements.

Fixed issues

  • If you allocate a resource to a project and then change that allocation to 0 hours, the resource’s availability will not update based on the second allocation
  • Reports that require exchange rate conversions are slow to generate
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