October 6, 2021: Duplicate Projects, Master Information Completion Percentage and bug fixes.

October 6, 2021: Duplicate Projects, Master Information Completion Percentage and bug fixes.

Duplicating Projects: 

We are adding new functionality to duplicate projects. Duplicating projects are useful in multiple scenarios including when you get an Additional Information (AI) request for which you only need to make changes to specific sections.

When you duplicate a project, you are still in control of which section(s) you want in the new duplicated project. You can also choose whether you want to copy files and/or the Appendix when duplicating the project. Follow the steps below to duplicate a project:

  1. Navigate to the "Projects" screen within a Space
  2. Click on the 3-dot menu on the right of the project you want to duplicate
  3. Choose "Duplicate" from the menu that opens up
  4. Fill in the details for your duplicate project including the sections you want to duplicate
  5. Click "Continue" 

Master Information Completion Percentage

Completing Master Information is a critical step before you start working on any submission related to your medical device. In this release, we have added a way for you to view the completion percentage for each of the below sections within Master Information. 
  1. General Information
  2. Device Information
  3. Regulatory Information

Bug Fixes

We are also releasing a few important bug fixes with this release. The key bugs fixed with this release include:
  1. Access to Letter to File projects 
  2. Publishing to PDF after reordering sub-sections

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