Version 2.6.0

It has been a while since the last update to ServicePlanner. Fortunately it has been working well during COVID.

Version 2.6.0 brings the following improvements and fixes …

What’s New

  • Full support for iOS 15 and the latest underlying SDKs.
  • Migrated to support the new short-lived access tokens used by Dropbox. Users will likely be prompted to sign into Dropbox again from inside ServicePlanner settings.
  • Added support for Russian. Thanks to the translators who helped with this.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed issue with Activity Notes not saving changes in some situations.
  • Fixed issue with Activity Notes showing wrong date in some timezones.
  • Fixed issue with popup modal windows not saving changes when closing without using the “Done” button.

Thank you all for your patience waiting for an update to ServicePlanner and for your ongoing support. Be assured that you have all been in my thoughts and prayers.

Dropbox Sync Error

Please note that changes in how the Dropbox API works will result in temporary issues with the Dropbox Login and Sync. If you are already logged into Dropbox, you may start to see alerts about a “Dropbox Error”. And if you are trying a fresh login to Dropbox from the ServicePlanner settings it will just time out.

I say that this is a temporary issue because an update to ServicePlanner is in the final stages of testing that resolves this issue. I hope to have it available on the App Store within the next few days.

In the meantime, you can go into Settings > Dropbox Sync, and disable the “Auto Sync” if you want to stop any alerts. And please use the Manual Backup option available in Settings if you are worried about losing any data or want to manually sync to another device.

Thank you for your patience.