This release is all centered on the advanced filters. We've also improved the accuracy of the geocoding process and enabled text selection in the grids.
In this minor update of Dime.Scheduler, we added a few improvements to the planning board and planned tasks grid. We are also happy to announce compatibility with Azure SQL database.
In this update of Dime.Scheduler, we have added a bunch of new features and improvements, chief among which are the recurring appointments. We are also happy to announce the general availability of the Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise extension connector and our brand new documentation platform.
In this release, we introduced a new concept named task containers. They are little more than groups which link tasks together. Despite its simplicity, it's a powerful concept and it gives us ample opportunities for new features in the future. There are already two use cases included and many more are to come, so stay tuned!
Arguably the most requested feature we've had over the last few months has to be capacity reporting. We heard you, and that's why we are happy to announce a brand new pivot component which will help you to gain insights on your resources' utilization. With the pivot grid, you can slice and dice your data in a shape that enables you to determine your resources' occupation rate in a meaningful way, and alleviate any bottlenecks that have been exposed by your reports accordingly in the planning board.
Dime Software keeps on racking up the milestones. We are happy to announce auto-extending capabilities for appointments based on the calendars of its resources.
Today we are happy to announce Dime.Scheduler 2019.1.0. Most of the efforts that were made since the last release are focused on the map. Investments were made to improve the capabilities of scheduling via the map.