New In This Release
Search for Children SmartPin within a Parent SmartPin
A parent SmartPin now has the ability to search through all of its child SmartPins.
The search behaves similarly to other search features in the product and matches the name, address, and description fields as well as the attribute names and attribute values of the child SmartPins.
The search will only return active child SmartPins of the current parent SmartPin.
Search terms should be at least 2 characters long. Single character search terms are not supported.
In the sample below, there is a Relocation SmartPin with four children.
If I wish to search for all items for the ‘lakehouse’, these are the results:
Searching for ‘da vinci’ yields these results.
Search for items with item numbers starting with ‘123’ matches item number ‘123’, ‘1234’, and ‘12345’ based on a prefix match, as shown below.
Searching for item number 212 matches a different child that does not start with 123.
Items that have recently been created may not be available as search results since it does take a small amount of time to index the information into our search engine. In that case, the following message will be displayed above the search bar when the results return.
Fixed In This Release
Contractor was Able to View Parent SmartPins
If a child SmartPin was created from the parent SmartPin by a parent Customer and shared with a contractor, the contractor portal user was able to view the details of the child SmartPin and use the ‘View Parent’ arrow to incorrectly view the details of the parent SmartPin that had not been shared with the Contractor. This loophole has been resolved. Now, if a Contractor attempts to view the details of a pin that has not been shared with the Contractor, the following error is displayed.