From Our Product Development Team
Current Features Nearing Total Awesomeness
These existing features are being fine tuned.
Our Development team has been working to ensure you receive the most accurate results and overall improved search experience across PolicyStat.
Editor Spell Check
We’ve identified the causes of spell check inconsistencies (like contractions and partially-typed words appearing as typos), and are in the process of resolving them.
Upcoming Features to Increase Our Awesome
Here’s a list of projects our Development team is working on this month! These upcoming features are slated to start rolling out this month, but please watch the PolicyStat Newswire for the most detailed and recent information.
Summary of Changes Report
One of the first things a surveyor asks for when they come on-site is a list of all documents that have been modified or removed within a certain time frame, along with the reason for the changes. Previously, you had to painstakingly comb through your documents - analyzing the history, changes, and comments - to describe why they were changed or retired. In a busy year, the process of building up this spreadsheet could take days.
With this new feature, any time a change is made to a document, the user who made the change will be required to provide a description and justification for the change. All of this information will then be compiled into a single report available to Site Administrators.
The enhanced version of the PolicyStat Editor provides users the ability to set anchor links to specific locations within a document. For more on how this works, see this article.
Coming soon, all header boxes will contain direct links. You can then copy and paste this link in emails, intranet sites, or anywhere else to direct users to the specific location in the specific content.