|Release date||May 29th, 2023|
Skedulo Packages now support Node.js v14
As part of AWS's deprecation schedule for Node.js v12 support in their SDKs and Lambda feature, Skedulo Packages and Connected Functions also now only support v14.
The new SDK can be downloaded from the Skedulo web app and we recommend upgrading existing packages to run on v14 as soon as possible to avoid any impact on your Skedulo system.
For more information on how to access the new SDK or upgrade a package to use Node.js v14, see the documentation.
Users now have the ability to easily duplicate Skedulo Pulse Platform pages ready to edit. This enables easier and safer customization and experimentation of system pages that were previously not editable.
Read the documentation for more information: Create and customize pages.
|Pulse Platform users are now able to specifically turn on or off individual rule conflict types from the Settings page.|
|When extending a recurring schedule, users found that the Account, Contact, and Location fields were not pre-populating to the new jobs in the schedule as expected. We have resolved this issue.|