With this release, we continue our focus on platform enhancements, as well as adding important features that boost CoreView Adoption, Microsoft 36S Governance, and Automation.
Here’s a list of all the main new features:
Management Actions have been added to the User Card (user information). Now when you open a User Card you’ll see a list of 10 of the most common Management Actions and the ability to see all Management Actions by clicking on “View all actions”. This should reduce the number of clicks required when managing users. The “Manage” drop-down is still available in each section of the User Card.
There are 2 new roles for CoreView Operators – Workflow Editor and Workflow Publisher available under “Manage Operators”. NOTE: Any operator who has the “Manage” role and has permissions to Workflow(s) can still execute workflows and use them in scheduling but will need to be given the editor role to create NEW workflows. Roles and permissions:
A new option in “My Organization\Settings\Virtual Tenant\ Groups: Filter groups by owner” allows you to select if you want to include groups in the Virtual Tenants if a user in the Virtual Tenant is the owner of a group. With this option selected, if a user in the Virtual Tenant scope is the owner of a group, that group will automatically be included in the Virtual Tenant without having to set group filters for the Virtual Tenant.
In the Users report, there’s a new filter option for groups. You can filter the report by users in (or not in) a particular group. This can be very useful when used with scheduling and workflows. You can now setup a filter to return users where department=Sales and Users are not a member of the Sales Group. This can then be scheduled, and a workflow created to add users to the Sales Group.
When scheduling a report or setting up an alert, there’s now a button for +Add Workflow which then shows the list of available workflows. The previous UI had both search and “Add” which was confusing.
There’s a new Management Action for SharePoint, “Create SharePoint Modern Site”. This action will create a new site based on Microsoft’s Modern Experience.
More than 50 Bug Fixes and Tech improvements have been delivered.