On Tuesday the 3rd of April at 06:00 AM UTC FlightLogger will add its third and final update to finish the implementation of the new maintenance area in FlightLogger!
The update includes, among other things, a new aircraft status overview and customisable maintenance types. A new maintenance message and the add-on of an additional role -> Maintenance administrator. A new security option to limit login attempts is also included in this update.
Additionally, this update includes new technologies needed to keep the FlightLogger platform and its customers in front at all times!
Watch the videos below to learn more about each improvement and new features.
Each video will also be available via the new FlightLogger Youtube Channel
We recommend that all customers subscribe to this channel which will include additional video guides as FlightLogger evolves.
Aircraft status overview, Maintenance types and Maintenance administrators
The new aircraft overview displays:
Warnings (customisable) – Last flight – Current – Next service @ – Service due – Remarks
Watch the video below for a guided tour of the new maintenance area
Please note that all Administrators on your account have been defaulted to the new “additional role” -> Maintenance administrator.
Feel free to change this under “edit user” for any Staff, Crew, Instructor or Administrator.
Included in this update is a new “message type” available via the FlightLogger message center.
The purpose of this new message type is to make it easy for users to report any “aircraft snag” directly to the assigned maintenance receivers.
Watch the video below for a guided tour of the new Maintenance message and the Message center in general.
Please note that all Administrators on your account have been defaulted to receive the new “Maintenance message”.
Feel free to change this at any time under Administration->Account settings->Message center.
The migration to the new maintenance area
All existing maintenance information has been migrated to the new maintenance area.
Watch the video below for a guided tour of the migration.
Feel free to create additional Maintenance types under Administreation->Maintenance types.
These can then be used and set as Maintenance requirements on each individual aircraft via the aircraft profile.
Limit login attempts
The new GDPR are approaching.
As announced in 2017 and 2018 FlightLogger has already taken the first steps in order to be compliant with the GDPR. Our infrastructure has been changed accordingly and a Data Processor Agreement is in the making (more information will follow)
As part of further improving the overall safety of your data, FlightLogger is now offering a limit on login attempts.
When enabled users will not be able to log into your FlightLogger account after X amount of tries unless they wait for X min.
Please contact su[email protected] for more information and to enable this on your account.
Other changes in this update
Together with these new features, FlightLogger has also included more than 35 smaller changes/fixes/improvements.
Each of these relates to occurrences in “edge cases” and will not be described further.
The FlightLogger Team would like to thank all customers for using FlightLogger and for your continuous great feedback!