The major theme for the updates to Shelf throughout October is an improved user experience for some of the most used workflows, including of course searching and viewing of content.
This past month we added a way to provide content feedback via means of ratings, published a new status page, and further improved content navigation.
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In August we added inline editing to the Gem Page as well as the ability to rollback content to a point-in-time.
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In July we added on-page navigation to our pinpoint accurate search, enabled field-level content rollback, enhanced our Analytics and added further customization options.
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This past month, the Shelf platform has received a very noticeable upgrade that includes a brand-new and one-of-a-kind search experience, reminders that help keep your content up to date and additional system usage insights.
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Throughout May, our Product Team strongly focused on completing two new core modules of Shelf: the Analytics Dashboard and Content Versioning. I’m thrilled to announce the release of these vital enterprise content management features.
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In April we introduced a significantly enhanced text search. Furthermore, we improved both Group and User Management, added more insights to the Account Overview, and introduced Just-in-time user provisioning to Enterprise SSO.
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With spring around the corner, it’s time for another update of what’s new in your Shelf. Throughout March we’ve been working on ways to broaden how you use Shelf in your organization. In addition to working on Enterprise SSO with SAML support, we’ve added a new Gem type and placed a strong focus on the overall usability and findability of your content.
Here is a brief overview of what’s been added to your Shelf over the last few weeks of this year’s winter season. We’ve continued making Shelf the most powerful content curation platform for your organization. The latest addition to the set of Shelf features is the ability to pin content as an easy and impactful way to guide users and highlight specific pieces of content.
As we’re one month into 2018, it’s time to summarize some of the new features of Shelf and improvements we’ve made to existing ones over the past weeks. I’m particularly excited about our super-powerful in-document search as well the ability to connect Gems with each other for increased visibility and access.
As always, these improvements are available to current users without the need to upgrade your Shelf.