This document is aimed at athlete users and describes the ADAMS Mobile App. For each functionality, we tried to provide the necessary details or steps in order to be able to perform easily, as in the web, the common actions (login, display, add or update entry…).
What’s new in version iOS 3.3.4?
Released on: September 3rd 2017
The iOS version 3.3.4 includes the following bug fixes :
PIN code login:
Users were unable to login in the offline mode.
Application crashed when users cleared their cache.
Updating Whereabouts entry types: it was not possible to change an entry type from “Other” to “Overnight Accommodation”.
What’s new in version iOS 3.3.3?
Released on: August 11th 2017
The iOS version 3.3.3 includes a few bug fixes:
Calendar showing the wrong day of the week
Whereabouts entries date could not be updated to an earlier date
Error connecting to the server
Crashes while navigating the App.
What’s new in version iOS 3.3.2?
Released on: July 26th 2017
Correction of the case where mobile users are constantly asked to their personal verification question (PVQ) despite having "trusted" the device.
Application crashed on opening when users updated from version 2.1 to 3.3
What’s new in version 3.3
Improved overall performance.
A bulletin page where ADAMS notices will be available reflecting the bulletins available on the main site. (iOS)
Two factor authentication with PVQ (Personal verification questions) – An additional layer of security that has already been implemented in the ADAMS Web application is now reflected ADAMS mobile application as well. (iOS)
Trusted devices - Once a user signs into a device using two-factor authentication a combination of username/password and a security question), they will have the possibility to trust the used device and bypass the PVQs thereafter. (iOS).
The application will now permit the submission of full quarter information rather than merely facilitate the updating of information that was submitted on the main site. (iOS)
A 60-minute time slot can be selected from between 0500 and 0600 as is the case on the main site.