Release 2.4.17 includes various enhancements and fixes, such as specifying truck/trailer categories on quotes and orders, adding TruckCode token for SMS dispatches, validating date inputs for overflow errors, adding icons for truck scheduling, and improving ticket validation. Additionally, it introduces invoice changes, PWA driver app enhancements, performance improvements, and miscellaneous bug fixes.
Release 18.104.22.168 is a minor update. In addition to some code cleanup and performance improvements, the main changes were to support small customer requests and changes to improve the flow of the application.
This release focuses on enhancing flexibility for multi-office setups. Dispatching was refined to mark trucks as done based on dispatch schedules. Notifications for load completion now rely on driver confirmation. Truck details now include make, model, and license plate information. The multi-office configuration allows optional office selection for data viewing and distinct logos for each office on reports. Cross-office truck scheduling replaces sharing, and multi-office exports feature 'Truck Office' and 'Driver Office' fields. A new payment structure enables load-based driver compensation. Invoice exports and the Driver Activity Report were improved, and driver profiles now show license state information.
Most of this release is aimed at helping those that have many different types of trucks and trailers that they schedule and dispatch. It will allow you to specify the trailers and truck types to use on jobs and let you readily see and change the trailers associated with a truck. If you have different truck types and trailers, you may want to evaluate if you should turn the below mentioned settings on.
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