FMX has created a new email-preferences interface that gives you even more flexibility when choosing your email notification settings!

    • Gives you more flexibility surrounding the specific notifications you would like to receive
    • My Requests = Any request you have created, been assigned too, or are following
    • All Requests = Any request in the system you have access to receive notifications for (either All or Accessible Buildings)
    • Filter on these types = You can choose to only receive notifications for specific request types
    • Filter on these fields = You can choose to only receive notifications for specific custom fields


Starting Downtime

Downtime can be started and stopped from an equipment item for more convenience! This is useful for users who frequently use QR codes.

You can also start downtime when editing a request that has been emailed into FMX and is in the “pending details” state!

Equipment ID Tag in equipment name

Equipment IDs can now be included in the equipment name, making it much easier for you and your users to locate items in a search! This can be updated in your general organization settings.

Custom field support for downtime events

You can now add custom fields to a downtime start event or a downtime end event (the field will appear in both work requests and PM tasks with downtime). 



Restricted 'current quantity' field

Admins can now set up users so that they will not be permitted to edit inventory levels or logs, unless they are given the access to change the quantity, making it easier for Admins to better regulate inventory needs and overflow!


"Conflicting flag" has been added for events that are imported, but happen to have conflicting times/dates.

In other words, if you are importing conflicting events, you will be notified before you save the event. This allows you to decide whether you want to change the event date, or keep it conflicting.


Retired tasks

All planned maintenance tasks will be retired, or no longer active, if all of its associated equipment is deleted. This means that you will still have access to all of your data associated with your PM tasks, even when they are no longer active!


Un-deleting a transportation request

Accidentally deleted, or change your mind about a previously deleted transportation request? Well, fret no more, because you can now un-delete your these requests if you have the access to read and create them! 


Assign users to a work request

Need to assign a user to an emailed work request? You now have the option to do so when editing requests in the “pending details” state!


Saving conflicts when moving an occurrence on the calendar

If you are updating an event that is already on the calendar to a date with a conflicting event, you will be allowed to save this updated event, regardless of this conflict! 

Un-Delete Schedule requests and occurrences

Just like with Transportation requests, users with read and create access to schedule requests will now be allowed to un-delete requests and occurrences that have previously deleted!


Turning on Downtime

You now have the ability to turn downtime on and off in your organization settings! If you have permission within your site to do so, you can access this feature in the equipment section under your user type settings!


For more information on how to Track Downtime, click here


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