Taskboard UX Updates – Permission Assist™ 4.2 Released

Getting your entire organization through employee access reviews just got easier with the release of Permission Assist™ 4.2.

Financial institutions have been loving how quick they can compile review data – serious lift for companies in that area – but needed more help getting their masses of supervisors through the review process.  Distilling the feedback, we made some small (but impactful) changes to the taskboard that should help everyone out.

Application Status Menus – Users can now quickly see which applications they still have to respond to using the improved application menus on the taskboard.  These menus no longer show the overall status of the review, but rather are contextual to the signed-in user.



Simplified Quick Filters – Taskboard quick filters have been consolidated for clarity and ease of use.  The “My Outstanding” filter now allows you to filter by the different organizational roles you may be responsible for, and the “Status” filter allows you to show review items by any combination of available statuses.



Enhanced Privilege Descriptions – Application privileges that have been enhanced with a description now show an icon, that when clicked, displays additional information.  The Microsoft Active Directory privilege reader as been updated to use these description enhancements so while review Active Directory groups you have access to the description that resides in AD.



I’m getting the developers to look forward to 4.3!

Max Pool

Max Pool - Co-founder

Max is seasoned technologist, internet marketer, and leader with over 17 years of experience using Microsoft technologies, a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD), and a MS in Computer Science. He has a knack for finding the pieces of an organization that cause people pain (i.e. poor margins, bad processes, or lost revenue opportunities) and turn it around with a unique blend of software and social engineering tactics.

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