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Hi Jon,

To ideas have just come to mind while doing a cleanup of our PERSCOM. 

Ability to view how many personnel are linked to a Supervisor, maybe a box in their personnel file or in the admincp to show how many personnel they have under their command. Or even a list of who is under their command?

Ability to exclude combat units from the 'Time in service: x months' service records. We have a discharged combat unit which we store old personnel files in, however, they seem still get these service records added. The combat unit is excluded in the activity tracker, not sure if that is meant to prevent these service records already.

Thanks

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On 4/24/2021 at 1:29 PM, Ashton said:

Hi Jon,

To ideas have just come to mind while doing a cleanup of our PERSCOM. 

Ability to view how many personnel are linked to a Supervisor, maybe a box in their personnel file or in the admincp to show how many personnel they have under their command. Or even a list of who is under their command?

Ability to exclude combat units from the 'Time in service: x months' service records. We have a discharged combat unit which we store old personnel files in, however, they seem still get these service records added. The combat unit is excluded in the activity tracker, not sure if that is meant to prevent these service records already.

Thanks

@Ashton, check the service records settings. You can ignore status'/units there for their TIS service records.

As for the supervisors, we are working on an organizational chart that will display your organization in the view of an org chart so you can see who all is under who.

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