On April 28, 2020 Tablet Command released Tablet Command 2.1 to the App Store. This release has several customer requested feature additions like drag and drop columns and separating units by alarm in a managed incident. It also features performance improvements. This update has been tested over the last several months in house and by our beta users in the field and it also resolves some minor known issues.
- Performance improvements
- Fixed minor bugs
- Fixed application crash when using follow-me map feature
Enterprise Pro Features
- Modified incidents list updates for better performance
- Added feature - Units separated by alarm level
- Added feature - Drag and drop reorder columns
- Added feature - Extend managed incidents
- Add message to Activity Record when an inactive managed incident is closed
- Fixed lost authentication issue when upgrading to iOS 13.4
- Added UI indicator for lost authentication
NEW FEATURE DETAILs
UNITS SEPARATED BY ALARM LEVEL
Tablet Command now separates units by alarm level in the Units column while managing an incident. This feature depends on the units being tagged with an alarm level when dispatched. Tapping on the unit tile shows which alarm the unit is associated with in the Unit Overview pop-over. When returned to the units column, the tile will drop into the alarm level it is associated with.
DRAG AND DROP COLUMNS
You are now able to drag and drop group/division columns to reorder your incident view.
extend managed incidents
Long running incidents can now be tagged on the Activity screen so that they will stay open until closed by the user managing the incident. A small "E" is displayed next to extended incidents in Tablet Command 2.1. Incidents not tagged as extended will close after 120 hours of inactivity.
Tablet Command 2.1 will be available for manual update from April 28th through May 5th. From May 5th to May 12th, users who have application auto-update enabled will begin receiving the update automatically.