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For the first time ever, users can configure the tool to suit their needs

YellowJacket release 9.1Users of health and safety reporting tool BRE YellowJacket, will gain a subtle but vastly important update to the software next week, with the tool being down for this maintenance over the coming weekend. Have no fear though, as YellowJacket will be back up and running by Monday 11th April, with a minor, but highly useful new update feature.

Listening to customers to improve the tool is our top priority, and recent feedback has shown that organisations wanted more flexibility over the pick lists available within the tool.

When a user is inputting information, the standard list for YellowJacket is fairly long, and we found users were having to scroll for a while to find the relevant one.

This new release for the first time lets your organisation’s System Administrator adapt the standard list to show those only items they want users to see and choose from – meaning this will be far more relevant for you and your business and projects.

So, for example if you’re only interested in 5 choices that you want people to be able to choose from on the tool, now you can set it up to only show those 5 choices, rather than the full standard list which may be largely irrelevant for you.

Saving your users’ time and making the tool more streamlined and far more relevant for your business, this update will be live on the desktop and app versions of YellowJacket on Monday 11th April.

 

Don’t forget to make sure that you and your teams are all confident and competent when using the tools – it saves a lot of time later! Find out more about our training options, or give us a call to discuss.

If you have any further questions or queries, drop the team a line on yellowjacket@bre.co.uk or 03330 147 878.

Jo Goodwin
About the Author
Marketing Manager for BRE SMARTWaste and BRE YellowJacket. Writing about construction waste and waste management, as well as health, safety and wellbeing for the built environment and beyond.

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