PCR Updates

PCR Update v.9.7.17 – Rollup Stage Activities

Along with various fixes and improvements released this morning, PCR now automatically writes an Activity when a record’s Stage is changed on a Rollup. Users may disable this function from the Stage Configuration panel.

This morning our ASP service was updated with a new release that includes a number of fixes and improvements. Along with these routine maintenance items, we’ve adjusted the way Activity records work with Rollup Stages.

As of this update, changing the Stage icon on Rollup List will always write an Activity to the record involved. The text of the Activity will include the details about which Rollup the change was made on and which Stage was set.

Users may disable the new Activity writing for any Stage by adjusting the configuration of their Rollup Stages. See the documentation for making this change at https://learning.pcrecruiter.net/configuring-rollup-stages

This change was made based on feedback from our users. We invite you to make your suggestions and vote on others’ ideas in the features forum at https://help.pcrecruiter.com

3 thoughts on “PCR Update v.9.7.17 – Rollup Stage Activities”

  1. I’m learning to use PCR Recruiter.
    Do you have any upcoming webinars?

    Thank you,
    Kristin Graham

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