As you already know, our IT team is always on the lookout for new ways to improve your user experience.
This month, our engineers greatly improved the message counter in your GroupCamp Inbox. We wanted to give you a quick recap so that you can fully understand how it works !
From now on, the GroupCamp Inbox counter:
We are delighted to present new shortcut buttons that will greatly improve your user experience.
In your projects, we added the Manage members and Group settings buttons.
When your project is set to Customized settings per group, the Group settings icon is customized. This new icon gives you the ability to quickly spot the type of group settings you have in your project.
Here are the new improvements we wanted to share with you before Christmas: Thumbnails next to your files are now displayed in emails. We added a Members selector field in the Post a discussion window, we also made new improvements on the Tasks application.
Added thumbnails next to files in your email notifications
We added two new features this month: You can now export all your guests in an Excel format.
We also added a new icon allowing you to manage the storage capacity in your GroupCamp account.
New storage icon
The new Storage icon is located in your Admin panel,
Thanks to this application, you can now browse through the storage capacity used by users and groups in your account.
In this blogpost, we will outline improvements and bug fixes we worked on between October and November 2015.
Just to name a few: The Inbox application now displays 2 lines instead of just 1, we modified the cursor position when opening the Information panel of an item, we also improved the way you can link milestones to task lists.
Message display in the Inbox application
For every message you receive in your GroupCamp inbox, you can now preview the first two lines instead of just one. This will facilitate your navigation when browsing through your Inbox.
Planned obsolescence of the feature: Enable guests to access private objects in a project (Dec.15, 2015)
Guests ("guest" type users) do not have access to private objects. This feature remains unchanged.
The feature that allows you to make an exception for certain guests and give them access to private objects in a project will be obsolete by December 15, 2015.
Transition period from September 1st to December 15th, 2015
For projects where you have authorized guests to access private objects, the feature will remain active during this transition period.
Do you know how to extend admin privileges to a list of colleagues? Do you know how to grant certain privileges to colleagues without granting them to administrators?
In the Admin panel, the privilege A team was created for this purpose. This privilege is available for global features in your account (see example below).
Note: This privilege is not available in working groups' applications where the privilege The management team is used.