COPYING A SHAREABLE LINK IN THE DEVICE DETAILS WINDOW
In the Devices screen’s Device Details window, you will find a Copy Link option at the top left, which you can click to copy a shareable link that will direct others to that exact device.
POPULATING THE PART DESC FIELD IN THE DEVICE DETAILS WINDOW
In the Devices screen’s Device Details window, we will now be populating the Part Desc field (in the Additional Information section) with the part description that was previously displayed in the Part Info field in PULS.
DISPLAYING THE ACTUAL ERROR MESSAGE IN THE BULK ACTIVITY STATUS VIEW WINDOW FOR FAILED TASKS
In the Bulk Activity Status View window, the Reason column will now show the full error message, explaining why the activity failed. (Previously, just “ERR” was being displayed instead of any column data.)
DISPLAYING JPOD2 CONFIG AND FIRMWARE FOR THE LOG VIEW OF THE FILES TAB OF DEVICE DETAILS
In the Devices screen’s Device Details window, we will now show “JPOD2 Config” and “JPOD2 Firmware” in the File Type column for the Log view of the Files tab (when applicable). (Previously, a long string of filename data was displayed there, causing the “JPOD2 Config” and “JPOD2 Firmware” text to be missed.)
RETURNING THE ACCOUNT NAME WHEN PERFORMING A GLOBAL SEARCH FOR A DEVICE
When you use the global search feature at the top of the screen for a device (by entering an ESN), you will now see the Account column (with the name of the account the device is assigned to) in the results.
DISPLAYING YOUR SAVED COLUMN CONFIGURATION ON THE DEVICES SCREEN
On the Devices screen, if you change which columns are displayed and then save your configuration, you will now return to the page after logging out and see those same columns. (Previously, the Devices screen would return to the default columns even if users saved different ones.)
ADDING A LARGE NUMBER OF DEVICES TO A JOB
Contrary to the erroneous warning users have received, you can add a large number of devices to a job, as long as the count doesn’t exceed 50,000 devices. (Recently, users were being shown the dialog box warning that they had attempted to exceed that limit even though they hadn’t.)