This article lists the most significant recent enhancements to Schedule Master. At the end we also remind you of big features that have been around for awhile. Click on the title of the area of interest to get to an article with more information.
The new postflight screen will allow users to view recently completed postflights. The club can also set various options if they want to allow users to edit their postflight or recents. See article for more information.
The verbiage for the password reset email now has 2 options. The new welcome format is for new users, and the password reset template is for those users that forgot their password. The article for sending users their login information has been updated to include the verbiage from these templates. These templates can be customized by organization.
The list of destination options (or schedule types) is configurable. These options can also have corresponding placeholder text for the textbox to the right.
This new feature allows you to format a waiver or member agreement image that the user must agree to before confirming their schedule.
This enhancement allows the pilot to offer ride sharing by checking the option when making a schedule and entering the details. Ride sharing will be indicated on the schedule with a special outline indicated in the key.
This enhancement allows an organization to give specific non-sysops access to specific reports.
This screen has a summary and detail view of your currency hours met.
The schedule can show a link to your club's home base weather, and the preflight can show a link to your destination airport.
Did You Know We Have...
Online Billing - For invoicing rental, dues and other charges and the option of receiving electronic payments. This allows the option of managing outstanding balances through credit limits, which can prevent additional scheduling.
Scheduled Maintenance - For tracking and visibility of recurring maintenance, such as oil changes, Annuals, and Transponders.
Squawks - For tracking and visibility of non-recurring maintenance issues.