In v3.5 you only get the Split Group names in the "on-air" studio (as it's read in realtime from Myriad Network (or STS) ). In AutoTrack Clocks you do it by specifying the Cart Group number (as it can't see the split names either)
In v3.6 we changed it so that the latest info from the Splits is stored in the Station Databases so that any Myriad Playout can then see the names when editing the log, however in AutoTrack you still only see the Cart Group numbers themselves.
In v4 it's all fully integrated so you see the names on any Myriad Playout or in Myriad AutoTrack.
In terms of upgrading, going from v3.5 to v3.6 is relatively painless, though of course if you aren't having any problems or don't need to upgrade then by all means stick where you're comfortable
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