iChemistry updates and announcements 2022-06-18

On Saturday the 18th of June 2022, we will update iChemistry with minor feature and stability improvements, alongside the following more significant changes explained here below.

Exclude products from restriction lists

Sometimes you may need to exclude a product from a restriction list in iChemistry; it may be that substances are restricted under certain circumstances, but your use of the product is not covered by those circumstances.

When excluding a product from a restriction list, you will now see which user has excluded the product, and when it was excluded. This will be shown together with the comment you make when excluding the product. All to help you with traceability and your common administrative work internally.

New login page

We are happy to say that we have a new and fresh look for our login page. The functionality is still the same. Have a look after the 18th of June!

Language codes

We are replacing the flags for product related documents with language codes. This is to avoid any confusion on what the flag represents: the document language or the market? This is extra noticeable in our multilingual countries. Now it will be clearer that the code represents the language of the document, and not the market. With the update the 18th of June, the flags are replaced in Inventory module when searching for products and in the Links report.

Risk assessment – basic data

We want you to be able to access all the data about a product while doing a risk assessment for it, just in the time you need it, with just one click. This is possible via the Basic data button, which is now available on all steps of the risk assessment.

My list

We are improving the functionality in My list (list with products and activities). If you click on a product and then select e.g. the tab ‘SDS’ or ‘Safety Sheet’, the system will remember that choice when you click on another product, and directly display the previously selected tab.

Internet Explorer no longer supported

As the browser Internet Explorer is being discontinued by Microsoft, and replaced by Microsoft Edge, we will no longer support and adapt development to Internet Explorer. We recommend using Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome.

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