Turbine 10.1 to 10.3 Release Notes

Turbine release notes for 10.1-10.3, including ‘Slim’ employees page and new teams interface.

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We released Turbine 10.0 (codenamed Hopper) back in July. Since then, we’ve released some minor updates to improve the application’s functionality and fix a few glitches. So these release notes contain a big combined list of what’s changed:

  • The biggest change is that we moved the whole employees section to the ‘Slim’ interface, moving the teams functionality to the Settings menu.
  • Added filter by team and statuses to the employee page.
  • Allowed managers to see their subordinates’ details.
  • Hid add employee button for non admin users.
  • Fix security for statistics page.
  • Fixed search on the employees page.
  • Do not allow non admin users visit teams page
  • Change default start date for time offs year to January 1st not December 31st.
  • Show amounts with two decimal points everywhere.
  • Add filter on time offs to show requests from the last calendar month.
  • Changed labels on the purchase and expense forms.
  • Fixed error when trying to list users from non-existent team.
  • Fixed showing blackout days on the calendar view.
  • Show roles settings only for enabled units.
  • Fixed tax rounding for the line items.
  • Fixed external csv support for not signed in users.
  • Fixed bug with suppliers bulk import.
  • Do not show request buttons for disabled modules.
  • Make comments field longer.
  • Improved validation on fields.
  • Minor fix for email notifications.
  • Add warning for multiday holidays requests. Sometimes users create a single request with four or five separate holidays in it. We recommend creating one request per vacation or absence so now we warn you about it.
  • Disable handbooks module for new companies. (We’re focusing Turbine onto four key elements: purchasing, expenses, time off and employee records. We are in the process of retiring other functionality.)
  • Multiple typos, internal improvements, refactorings and fettling.

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