The release of FastFinder Analysis 4.4 & Lab management 1.4 brings increased flexibility in how you sign off on cases. FastFinder now supports automatic partial authorization of analyses, which allows you to authorize all sample results that have no error or warning notifications. Read more in the specific release notes for Analysis 4.4 (link) to learn how it works and what can be configured. Also check out the release notes for Lab management 1.4 (link) to assess the impact of this new release to the Analysis results CSV for any LIMS integration you may have, and how your workflow changes when you enable partial authorization.
FastFinder Workflow 1.3 adds the capability to track workflows that process samples in replicates. The release also adds support for 2 new instruments, see link.
As always, it is feedback from you that informs our roadmap, and allows us to keep improving FastFinder, so we want to thank you for your continued suggestions! Don’t hesitate to let us know how we can improve FastFinder even further.
Lab Management 1.4.2 (May 28, 2021)
- Timeout when opening an assay with many cut-off values
- QC module doesn't take the instrument type into account when visualizing Levey-Jennings charts
Lab Management 1.4.1
- FileName(s) CSV header of Analysis results export has been reverted back to Filename(s)
Lab Management 1.4.0
Partial authorization can be enabled in Settings (automation). The addition of this new functionality entails an update of the Analysis Results CSV (link). When you enable the partial authorization functionality, certain results will be submitted twice via Analysis results CSVs; once upon partial authorization and once upon final authorization of the analysis as indicated in the export file. Make sure your LIMS can handle this.
The following issues have been fixed in the Lab management 1.4 release:
- Analysis results CSV may contain an empty concentration column at the end