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Ahh November, the beloved month of colorful foliage, cool breezes, and overeating. Also accompanying your turkey dinner is a new release of Facility Scheduler! This release is abundant with enhancements and corrections, many which you suggested.

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Enhancements

Subscribe to RSS News Feeds for Calendars


You can now subscribe to RSS news feeds of calendars in Facility Scheduler. When you subscribe to an RSS feed, Facility Scheduler sends you a summary of information about upcoming events for that calendar. You can subscribe to events for all calendars, or select calendars individually. We also provide you with the RSS feed links so you can post them to your Web site: a great way to encourage your members to subscribe and always be "in the know." To learn more, see Feeds.

 


Event Notes Available for Advanced Query Results


Last December, we gave your the ability to choose which columns display in the advanced queries results. Because of your feedback, we added the new event Notes field to the list of options. You can now include event notes when you export or print a query.

 

Reset Passwords Faster


Forgot your password? Facility Scheduler conveniently sends you an e-mail with instructions for resetting it. For this release, we trekked the Mountain of Complicated Technical Stuff to ensure you receive the reset e-mail faster. The reset e-mail is now sent before any other Facility Scheduler e-mails.

Corrections

Summary

Status

Copied events displayed the original creator as the user who added the event.

Resolved

When adding an event from the bookings window, the location booked was not listed as the primary location.

Resolved

The calendar view did not update automatically after editing an event description.

Resolved

Booking was rejected when users attempted to book a resource that had a quantity greater than one and the event was in multiple locations.

Resolved

Facility Scheduler did not require phone number validation, whereas Access ACS did. This made switching between the two products difficult.

Resolved

Recurring events messages displayed with a misleading message. For example, an event that occurred every-other Monday displayed as occurring "every Monday of every two weeks." The message now displays as "Monday of every other week."

Resolved

Some events did not display for all view types when viewing calendars by month, week, or day.

Resolved

Queries exported as .CSV files could not be used with other programs, such as Google Calendar.

Resolved

Facility Scheduler froze when you entered a recurring event that exceeded 175 occurrences.

Resolved

Some users could not save an event because it conflicted with itself.

Resolved

Yes/No questions could not be required when creating event types.

Resolved