Release May 2023

Modified on Wed, 31 May 2023 at 11:22 AM

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Your Research B.V.

Zeeweg 28, 1271 VX Huizen (The Netherlands)

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Release-104

31-05-2023

 

 

Introduction

Your Research continuously develops its software to improve functionality and user-friendliness. New versions of Your Research software often include improved features, bug fixes, and security updates, which makes using the software easier and safer.

 

This document includes the release notes after Your Research has installed a new version of its software. If you are concerned by a product update, please feel free to contact our support desk which can be reached via support@yourresearch.com support@yourresearch.com

 

The release notes contain information about:

  • Maintenance of the software
  • New available features

 

 

Features

Your Research develops new features for users because we want study teams to perform research processes and tasks more efficiently and effectively. We provide new functionality based on what users may find useful. Do you want to contribute to this development, please let us know via support@yourresearch.com

 

In this release, the following activities have been carried out:

 

Features

Explanation (if applicable)

Roles and permissions

The roles and permission screen is updated. This streamlines the process of managing user roles and provides a more intuitive experience and gives a better overview. With this new enhancement, portal users can:

  1. View and modify permissions per role and grouped by module categories. 
  2. Add and or copy roles including permissions.


You can find this feature in the Your Research Studio if you have the permission for the functionality. Follow the following steps: Studio -> Security & Privacy -> Permissions.


 

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Participant main and sub statuses

Add custom sub-statuses for participants directly through the Studio and associate them with participants. Now, you have the flexibility to create and utilize sub-statuses such as "Lost to follow-up" as a sub-state of "DropOut." This enhancement empowers users to track and manage participant statuses with greater precision, tailoring the system to their specific needs. By customizing sub-statuses, users can effectively capture nuanced participant data and gain deeper insights into their study or project. 

 

 

Maintenance 

Your Research performs continuous maintenance on its software for the following reasons:

  • To fix bugs and errors: Regular maintenance allows for the identification and fixing of any bugs or errors in the software, which can improve overall performance and user experience.
  • To ensure compatibility with new hardware and software: As new hardware is released, it is important to ensure that the software is compatible. This can be done through regular maintenance updates.
  • To improve security: Cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving, and it is important to keep software updated to protect against these threats. Maintenance updates often include security patches to help protect against potential vulnerabilities.
  • To improve functionality: Maintenance updates can also include new features or improvements to existing ones, which can enhance the user experience and improve the software’s overall functionality.
  • To extend the life of the software: Regular maintenance can help extend the life of the software by ensuring that it remains up-to-date and relevant. This can help save money by avoiding the need to replace the software.

 

In this release, the following activities have been carried out:

 

Maintenance items

Explanation (if applicable)

Regular maintenance and bug fixes

 

 

 

 

 


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