iChemistry updates and announcements
On Saturday the 20th of May 2023, we will update iChemistry with minor feature and stability improvements, alongside the following more significant changes explained here below.
Our most used reports change names
Navigate to Reports > Products to see the change
We want to make it easier to understand what the different reports are showing, and therefore three of the reports have changed name:
- Plain will be called Basic
- Complete will be called Extended
- Statutory will be called With substances
New look for secondary menu options
After May 20th, you will be able to see that our secondary menu options have a new look. Here is an example from the risk assessment’s secondary menu:
Also, look out for a small but welcomed improvement in how you see which page you're on, if you have long product lists:
These changes are two of several improvements, both already implemented and planned, that are taking place in the area of how iChemistry looks and is experienced.
Add comments in restriction lists
Navigate to Overview > Restriction and prohibition lists after May 20th to see the improvement.
Have you ever felt like adding comments for products on restriction lists? Previously, this was only possible in connection with you excluding products from the list, but now we make it possible to enter a comment directly next to the product in the list, even if it should remain on the list. All to make it easier for you when you want to document any conclusions of investigations and decisions of the products.
New permission setting for document module
Navigate to Settings > Groups after May 20th to see the improvement.
We now add one more option for user permissions; the ability to control which users should have reading and writing rights for the document module.
New restriction list is offered: PFAS
There are probably few who have missed the new proposal to ban PFAS within the EU. PFAS are found in a variety of products and the bill will have a major impact on many businesses.
Even if the ban has not come into force yet, we want to give you the opportunity to be at the forefront and be able to easily identify which products you have that contain PFAS today.
Therefore, we can now offer a PFAS restriction list. If you are interested in this restriction list, please contact your customer success manager. If you are unsure who that is, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and we are happy to help you.
For more information on PFAS and the proposal, click on Read more.