- Release notes
- February 2024
- January 2024
We have updated the styling of JSON elements in our user interface, shifting from blue text, which resembled hyperlinks, to a regular text format. This change is meant to enhance clarity and usability, as the blue text caused confusion among users who mistook non-clickable items for interactive elements.
You can see this change in such windows as Audit Data, Job Details, Log Details, and Transaction Details, among others.
By standardizing the styling to regular text format, we aim to provide a more intuitive web browsing experience, and to remove ambiguity.
New text format in the Audit Data window
The Personal automations setup tab featured in the role assignment window has undergone a few important changes:
The Enable a Personal Workspace for this user option has been renamed to Create a personal workspace for this user and enable optimal Studio Web experience.
The Create a personal workspace for this user and enable optimal Studio Web experience option is no longer selected by default when enabling personal automations.
Deselecting the Enable user to run automations option triggers a warning message which informs you that doing so will affect any running automations, and could downgrade your Studio Web experience.
Warning message displayed when deselecting Enable user to run automations
The Triggers tab available in the job side panel has been renamed to Resume conditions.
This is a look at the previous frequency component, as well as to the new menu, along with the options it includes.
We have recently announced the reshaping of the Process and State filters on the Jobs page into multi-select lists. However, we are now reverting to their previous format while we iron out a few unexpected kinks. It should not take long, though - we will get back with news as soon as this is fixed.
Process name in the window breadcrumbs
When you try to disable a webhook, its name is now displayed in the Confirm action window. Previously, it was identified by its URL.
The ability to run jobs via API by employing API triggers is now generally available.
For details, see the initial announcement, Running jobs via API calls.
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.
We recommend that you regularly check the deprecation timeline for any updates regarding features that will be deprecated and removed.
- February 27, 2024
- Updated JSON elements styling
- February 19, 2024
- Personal automations setup changes
- Side panel Triggers tab is now Resume conditions
- Trigger execution frequency revamp
- Enhancing job sources
- February 16, 2024
- Pausing multi-select filters
- February 6, 2024
- Job logs window display changes
- Displaying the webhook name
- API triggers general availability
- Multi-select jobs filters
- When can I see these changes?
- Deprecation timeline