When you renamed your organization, invitations sent to new users would still display the previous name. Now, such invitations include the new organization name.
Accessibility in the Apps Studio has been improved.
App Units enforcement
As an Enterprise app developer, you can mark you app as public only if your license plan has App Units. The Public App functionality becomes available as soon as we confirm the App Units aquisition by your organization. To request App Units, contact the UiPath Sales department.
Community and trial users can use the Public App functionality without App Units.
Apps in Folders
We are excited to announce that the Apps in Folders feature is now available. With the release of this feature, apps are always published to an Orchestrator tenant, similar to processes. After they are published to a tenant, apps can be deployed in folders.
The Apps page enables you to deploy a published app, manage previously deployed apps, keep all your apps up to date with the most recent versions, run a deployed app, and go directly to an app project.
For more information on how to use apps in folders, check the Apps section in the Orchestrator guide.
New Apps Home page
- Build: apps that you can edit or build.
- Run: apps that you can run.
For more information, check the Using App Studio page.
You can now retrieve the list of groups the current user is part of, in addition to the user’s first name, last name, and email.
The date when a change is first announced in the release notes is the date when it first becomes available.
If you don't see the change yet, you can expect to see it soon, after we roll out changes to all the regions.