JetAdvice Manager 3.0 release information


At the end of the second week after release, we still receive plenty of positive and constructive feedback. We’re very pleased that you’ve noticed our efforts to address the hiccups that were discovered last week.

We do everything we can to offer the best solution on the market, and in order to do that we’re deeply dependent on the feedback we get from our customers. Please continue to send emails to if you experience anything unusual in JetAdvice.

Of course, we’d also like to hear from you if you’ve had a positive experience.


JetAdvice Manager 3.0 successfully released this week and got a lot of positive feedback about the new features and capabilities; as well as receiving concerns about technical hiccups experienced. Our management team has been on top of communication and development has been working hard to resolve the concerns as quickly as possible.

Thank you for all of your feedback!

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I had a lot of views created in JetAdvice 2.0, what will happen to them in 3.0?

Views will be created as new Reports without scheduled emails as opposed to when old Reports are migrated into a new Report with an email schedule defined.

If you have a lot of views, you will end up with a lot of new reports.

If you have 2 old Reports that use the same View, you will end up with 3 new reports (2x Report with a scheduled email + 1x Report without a scheduled email).

We have users who have a login which is not an email as a username. Will it still work?

All current user’s logins will still work as they have before. New users created will have their email address as their username.

Can we upgrade the client in version 2.0 to 3.0?

No need to update the DCA's. All updates are done on the portal.

Will all emails also be in local languages or only the UI? - It would be very nice if our customers would get an invite in their native language.

JetAdvice Manager will support 17 different languages.
Email invites will be in the native language you define, when inviting future customers.

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