Not all aircraft maintenance is based on a tach! Flight Schedule Pro now has better support for air and flight time meters when tracking based on clock time. You can now add multiple segments, and give each segment a number of minutes or enter a value via date and time. To learn how to take full advantage of these improvements, check out this article on our blog.
You can now add a reservation to your default calendar in iOS!
Simply go to the menu while on a reservation and you will now see an option to 'Add to Calendar'. Don't forget to grant access to the FSP app to access your calendar! If you need to grant access at a later date, you can do so by allowing FSP to access your calendars in your iOS settings.
In August, we released a new version of Reporting on Flight Schedule Pro into Beta for our users to check it out. We're excited to announce that the new version of Reporting is now live and is the default reporting experience on Flight Schedule Pro.
One thing you should know, if you had previously saved reports, you will now be able to find them in a sub-folder under My Items. These old saved reports can still be interacted with, but updates can't be saved and you won't be able to take advantage of the new ability to share reports you create, so we recommend recreating these reports in the new reporting experience.
We hope the new reporting capabilities help you take your organization to new heights!
You can learn all about the new Reporting experience in our Knowledge Base and be on the lookout for even more training content in the near future!
We've taken the math out of the equation! We just launched some great new features to make managing aircraft times a whole lot easier, including tracking times since overhaul (TSOH) on engines and props, automatic calculation of adjustment values, and so much more! To learn how to take full advantage of these improvements, check out this article on our blog.