- When adding a new product, location, or document, updated the user experience to first ask for the communities that the item is to be shared with prior to displaying the item attribute form, with a goal of reducing the number of items that are intended to be shared but were not so. In the future, this will enable greater specificity in determining what attributes to display.
- Within the community setup, converted the community requirements display from a two-dimensional grid view to a table view, complete with the ability to add/remove columns, sort on items like location group/product group, and filter on those items. New requirement groups can be added in a fashion similar to adding items elsewhere within Connect.
- Removed instructions from workflow email notifications if the instructions are not populated.
- Added the ability to paste a comma-separated list of locations when adding private attributes to products or locations.
Manage + Monitor
- Updated the supplier overview page to show a map of that specific supplier’s locations.
Track + Trace
- Added two new supplier dashboard modules displaying the products and locations with no event data. The community owner can choose to add these modules to the supplier’s dashboard.
- Added the date an event was submitted to the investigation CSV export.
Recall + Response
- When creating a withdrawal, enabled the reason dropdown to support multiple selections, which will allow for greater accuracy in reporting when there are multiple reasons for a withdrawal.
- Individuals reporting product quantities for a withdrawal can export a list of impacted products to CSV format. This could be used, for example, to take the list of products to the floor to aid in identifying products to remove.
- Improved the link between identifying affected products and locations through a Track + Trace investigation and triggering a Recall + Response withdrawal.
- When completing a mock withdrawal, updated the location response page to clearly denote that it is a mock withdrawal.
- Other small improvements, performance enhancements, and bug fixes.