6/6/22: What's new in CommunityCore?
  • 05 Jun 2022
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6/6/22: What's new in CommunityCore?

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Every two weeks, we release improvements to our systems and highlight what is new for you. The latest changes were deployed over the weekend. You don't need to do anything to see these updates in CommunityCore. To take advantage of the new feature in InspectorConnect 3.0, please make sure you have the latest version of the app installed.

TL;DR (“Too Long; Didn’t Read”)

With these updates, now you can:


Place a permit on hold

Now you can place an entire permit on hold and prevent the workflow from being updated, submittals from being created and inspections from being scheduled or resulted.

Read more about how to put a permit on hold and then how to lift the "on hold" status.
Place a permit on hold, in progress, on hold

Attach system-generated documents to workflow notifications

Our last release gave you the awesome ability to send email notifications from any active workflow step. As promised, our developers now also added system-generated documents as an option of additional items you can add to these email notifications.

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Quick Refresher: Send email notifications from the permit workflow

InspectorConnect 3.0

📲 Is your app updated?

Please make sure you have the latest version of InspectorConnect 3.0 to take advantage of these new features. Thanks!

Assess reinspection fees on multi-unit inspections

When resulting multi-unit inspections, you can now assess reinspection fees from InspectorConnect.
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The CommunityCore development team releases enhancements to the web app every two weeks. If you have a request for an improvement or have identified an issue in CommunityCore, contact our Support team at support@communitycore.com.

View past updates

5/23/22: What's new in CommunityCore?
4/25/22: What's new in CommunityCore?
4/11/22: What's new in CommunityCore?

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