ActiveControl Web Platform 9.00 introduced a new Feature Deactivation capability, whereby customer Administrators can now hide individual features, screens and buttons that are not being used as part of their own ActiveControl implementation.
This was added in response to via numerous individual customer requests over the years to hide specific parts of the ActiveControl product that they were not using as part of their process within ActiveControl.
ActiveControl 9.10 introduces several new feature deactivation flags, based on more recent customer feedback / requirements:
- Business Task Dependencies – customers that are not wanting to use the functional relationships introduced with ActiveControl 8.50 can hide the Dependencies screen on the Business Task
- Approve and Import – customers that are are not wanting to use the Approve and Import ‘Parallel Imports’ functionality introduced with AC8.50 can hide the button from the Global View Import screen.
- Priority Approvals Tile – customers not using Priority Approvals as part of process can hide the tile from the Admin screen.
Figure: Feature Deactivation screen within ActiveControl.