Release notes Jul 16 - Jul 22 2018

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This week, we updated Replicon Mobile for iOS, allowed you to limit project access using groups, and made a couple of small improvements.

Ability to limit project access using groups

If you’re looking for a way to limit which projects your managers can access, look no further. Now in Replicon, you can assign projects to groups, and assign groups to project managers, so managers can only view and manage projects that belong to their assigned groups.

For example, you could assign Project X to your Houston location, and limit project manager Jim’s access to Houston data only. Then, Jim will be able to access projects from the Houston group, such as Project X, but no other projects.



To set up this feature, you’ll need to:


  1. Set up groups, which can reflect any categories your company uses, such as locations, divisions, or service centers.
  2. Assign projects to groups, on the Project Info page for each project.
  3. Limit each project manager’s group access, using the Roles & Permissions tab in each user profile.


This feature is available in the Professional Services Automation and Project Portfolio Management enterprise products.

For more information, read our Limiting access to projects using groups article or view our Using groups to limit data access video.


Update to Mobile for iOS

Replicon Mobile for iOS 1.0.122.0 is now available in the App store. It includes bug fixes, including a fix to this issue:

  • The Resubmit button is sometimes labeled Resynchronize

Improvements

  • A <group name> Code field is now available in all report templates that include a column; for example, a Location Code column is now available in reports that include the Location column
  • The Waiting on Approvers Changed option – available when adding a new timesheet, time off, or expense event-based notification – has been renamed Waiting for Approval, for clarity


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Click here for a summary of new features added to Replicon in the past six months.
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