Version 1.3 Release Notes

New Features

Internet Explorer

Core now supports Internet Explorer 11 and Edge.


You can now leave comments on an object, making it an excellent collaboration tool. This feature also allows you to:

  • Tag another user in a comment, who will then receive an email notification.
  • Create threads by creating new comments or replying to existing comments.
  • Mark comments as resolved.
  • Edit your unresolved comments.


In addition to a design upgrade on the pie charts, there are three new report charts available, including half-pie charts, bar charts, and column charts.

Data Definitions

The new Data Definitions page in Administration displays all the data definitions in your org. When the By Anchor tab is selected, the definitions are organized by the anchor object type in the data path, with related data definitions auto-populated below it. When the By Leaf tab is selected, the definitions are organized by the object type at the end of the data path. You can also click on any of the definitions to review its data path and edit its name and/or description.

NOTE: Data definition management requires elevated administrative knowledge.

Report Focus & Data Series

To help further refine report data, we’ve introduced the Report Focus and data series features. When creating a new report, one or more simple data definitions must be selected as the Report Focus, which broadly defines where data will be drawn from. The data is then further defined by including additional data definitions (data series). These new changes help address the past issue of identical objects appearing in reports by removing duplicates based upon the report focus and data series selected.

Workflow Conditions

It’s now possible to automatically move objects to a specified state or trigger an action when certain conditions, defined by variables and formulas, are met (e.g. if an incident is flagged as “Injury Occurred” you can specify that the object is sent to HR, while other incidents that aren’t flagged are moved through a standard triage workflow).

NOTE: Condition management requires elevated administrative knowledge.

Timed Workflow Triggers

When timed triggers are added to a workflow state, an object is automatically transitioned to a specified state on a nightly basis at 12:01 am UTC (e.g. you can notify users if a deadline is approaching or overdue or launch an assessment on a specific day).

Formulas as Variables

It’s now possible to use formulas as variables within other formulas. Variable options were previously limited to fields.  


For improved security, Core passwords now expire every 90 days, require 9 characters and are now tested against a more complex algorithm to determine strength. This approach is more secure, flexible, and user-friendly than the traditional configuration (8 characters + 1 change of case + 1 special character). All existing accounts will need password resets to meet these new requirements.

Custom Logo

You can now remove the default Resolver logo from Core and replace it with your company’s logo. Contact Resolver for more information.


  • Removed the integers from the charts on the homepage/My Tasks page.

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    After (version 1.3):

  • Removed the “Last calculated” text and refresh icon from formulas. These items can now be accessed by hovering over the formula.

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    After (version 1.3):

  • Removed “Create New” and other non-essential text from the relationship dropdown menus for a cleaner design.

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    After (version 1.3):

  • Line breaks are respected (displayed) in text boxes on read-only objects.

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  • Objects created through an assessment can now be deleted.