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This site features Upcoming Features* that we plan to release in the future.
Note: The final terminology of here listed features may change with release.
Improved container ticket planning for multi-day tickets
We want to further improve the handling of container tickets.
Once this feature is released, it will be even easier to schedule multiple days.
Introducing inline skill editing
Editing skills will get easier than ever before.
Automatically convert links to clickable links in fields including custom fields
Preview of forms (Test Form Setup)
Ability to handle multiple object types in one form
Currently, custom forms do not have access to all objects which may block you from splitting big forms into smaller ones.
Once this feature is released, you will be able to add multiple entityTypes (objectTypes) per form.
"Quicklaunch form" - Forms showing up automatically with button press
Introducing optimizing restart behavior and fact change handling
We are constantly making the optimizer smarter.
Introducing a better auto-dispatch experience
Currently, the Ticket Pool is disabled if automated dispatching is enabled. This hinders dispatchers from taking special care of tickets.
We are therefore working on finding a way to enable the Ticket Pool in a smart way that doesn't collide with optimization.
Introducing dynamic lists for multiple purposes (eg. site lists)
With dynamic lists, Fieldcode will just create a lot of new possibilities for decision-makers to taking the best decisions in determining workflow paths, automatically setting customer addresses, etc. Based on those dynamic lists, certain actions could trigger - eg. evaluating ticket values against list values etc. pp. What are some concrete feature goals we have in mind with dynamic lists?
Introducing area definition with two new modes
We plan to introduce different modes for configuring dispatch areas in a new way and smarter manner. By differentiating between two modes it will be way more intuitive to define areas. We will introduce a new "map-based" mode (final name pending) and a new "field-based" mode (final name pending).
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