On the 4th of October we pushed our latest major update into production, so that it’s available to all our users!
We believe in being agile and pushing new stuff that brings our clients value out quickly, but sometimes you need to do some housekeeping! These past month or two, we have been working away silently in the background to prepare for new, exciting and shiny features for our users. So when you’re reading this, you may have not noticed any major changes to our platform, but trust us they’re there.
This update includes many improvements to how our webapp interacts with our databases and different services. Hopefully, you will have already noticed a slight increase in speed and performance when using the app.
Even though most of the improvements are invisible to the average user, there are some features that users can experience, which we highlight here!
You can now click points in our scatter plots to immediately open up substation explore for that specific substation. Perfect if you want to investigate why a substation has had such high return temperatures lately.
In our last major release (found here) we made it possible for users to mark substations as their personal favorites in order to navigate to them quickly. Now, your favorite substations can also be used as a global filter! This means that you can quickly filter out results in for example return temperature analysis, for just one customer that you are currently focusing your efforts on.
To use your favorite substations as a filter, go to “edit filters” and add “Favorite substations” to your selected filters.
Speaking of filters, here are some more updates to them:
When opening substation explore, the data shown defaults to the last available data, instead of just 2020 as was the case before!
We’ve squashed about 30 bugs in the platform in this release, here are the ones that have been bugging us (pun intended) the most: