We keep improving TilliT. Here is the list of new features available in TilliT:
- Update Order Attribute item type
Now you can create an activity with a data entry that will update an order attribute. Read more here on how to use this feature and a use case. See more here.
- Update Order Tolerance item type
You can now update an order tolerance via an activity form.
- Order number edge data tag template
Start and stop orders automatically using the order number template. See more here.
- User lock/unlock screen
If you are sharing a station, you don't have to logout and log back in with your strong password. You can now lock out that station and log back in using a 4 to 6 pin. See more here.
- Order due date and notes on excel upload
Upload your orders via the Excel addin and add notes or due dates to them if you need.
- Hide items if there is no tolerance set
You can now set in the activity template item whether you want TilliT to alert and fail an activity if there are no tolerance found. If the Hide Without Tolerance is set then TilliT will only display the item if it found tolerance for it. This is useful when you have to enter different measures for different items but you don't want to split into many activity templates.
- Excel Addin now references material external id as opposed to the material name.
This is important to note as it will change what you need to enter when loading orders using excel addin.
- Using dates in the calculation
Now you can reference DATE type items in a calculation and evaluates number of days between two dates for instance. Internally, inside a calculation, TilliT will convert the date into the number of days from January 1st 1970.
- Using calculations in tolerances
If you are checking a value against a tolerance that is not fixed, you can use a formula to define your target, upper and lower limits. Such a formula will have access to any attributes just like any calculation, but it will also have access to the quantity of the order and the target, upper and lower limit values. Here is an example:
One limitation, in your formula, you can't reference the result of a calculation. For instance, it won't work if you set target = 200 * quantity and then do lower limit = target - 100. This will not