Meeting Schedule Assistant v18.1.7
I am pleased to announce that there is a new version of Meeting Schedule Assistant available.
You will have noticed I am sure that we now have a nice, fresh, updated banner for the website. I would like to thank our brother for taking the time to provide this for us. He has also done some rebranding for Meeting Schedule Assistant. It has a new logo and the installer has been revamped with new images to match:
As time permits our brother hopes to provide fresh icons for Public Talks. Again, I would like to thank our brother for his time and willingness.
Compliance with GDPR
Most people have now heard about GDPR. It stands for General Data Protection Regulation and it comes into effect on 25th May 2018. You can find more information about it here. Whilst I am not running a business here I am working with a small amount of personal data. So I have had to give it some attention. At the moment I have made the following changes:
- The website is now secure and uses the prefix HTTPS.
- All emails sent using the Confact Form (*) are sent securely.
- Checking for the latest version or latest schedule information is done securely.
Please note that I am not a lawyer and I have not paid to talk to an informed individual. I have taken steps I feel I can take to ensure the safety of data that comes my way. Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions. I might be able to help.
Filter Study Points
A new setting has been added to the Study Points window:
This filter can only be used when you enter the next study points. This will hopefully assist you in selecting a suitable point of counsel for their next assignments.
Sing Out Joyfully To Jehovah
Some updates have been made for the new songbook as follows:
- Aukan (all songs translated)
- Portuguese Portugal (next phase)
- Sranantongo (all songs translated)
I continue to keep on the watch for updates to the songbook!
A tutorial about advanced script customisation was recently added to the website. It shows you how to get the Editor to highlight on the S-89 Assignment Slips where no study point has been specified. Example: