The HTTP Strict Transport Security header will now appear in all Perspective releases going forward.
All encryption algorithms have been updated and are now FIPS compliant.
Users can now designate the default callsign on a template that automatically assigns tasks to an officer.
Users can now enable the “Auto start and Arrive multiple dispatch tasks” setting that automatically starts the officers next task in their assigned list once they have completed one. If the next task is at the same location as the previously completed one, they will be marked as being on the scene.
The Settings info panel has been updated to align with latest PSV support info.
Dispatch’s libraries have been upgraded to avoid known vulnerabilities.
The iOS version of Officer Mobile will now use Apple’s updated Web View for SSO.
Attempting to delete a new workgroup with no associated data will no longer return an error message.
Creating an incident on the Perspective mobile app on iOS will no longer return an error message when certain user settings are disabled.
The search result dropdown list for the Initiated by Person field will now display the user’s last name, first name, and employee number on the first line, and their gender and birthdate on the second line.
Fixed an issue that prevented users from navigating to a new settings tab while in the Alarms tab if Connectors are configured.
Users can now close a dispatch without needing to fill in the Organization Type, Notified Type, and Request Type fields of its service request.
Entering a comma followed by a space in the Reported/Requested By field will no longer fail to return results when searching for a Last Name and First Name.
Fixed an issue which prevented users from searching for elements within Dispatch by its breadcrumb values. For example, if the location hierarchy City > Building > Floor > Room exists, searching for “Building” will not return “Floor” or “Room” despite being a part of the breadcrumbs.