Released from test to production on 2018 Dec 20
Editable thumbnail images in LIBRARY (JOS-8561)
Volume Librarians can now edit the thumbnail image that is displayed next to any file, folder, or link in their Volume. An item’s Info dialog now includes options for adding, removing, or changing that item’s thumbnail image. (NOTE—this feature has a staged roll-out, please contact us if you would like to have it enabled for your org)
List Selector loading improvements (JOS-11636)
The performance of the List Selector has been improved, especially when loading or converting larger groups.
BETA: Screen sharing added to Calls (JOS-14724)
Users currently testing the beta release of the Calls feature will now be able to screen share if they are using the Chrome or Firefox browsers. Chrome users can download the Jostle Screen Sharing extension from the Google Chrome Web Store, and once installed, users on video calls will have the option to share their screen with their call recipients. Firefox users will have the feature automatically enabled.
113 other bug fixes and/or performance enhancements.
Did you know that there are literally dozens of varieties of squash and its vine-based relations?
It's no wonder then, that people came up with a way to separate them all into a couple of distinct groups—specifically, "winter squash" and "summer squash". Now, you would think this simple distinction would be a reference to their harvest times, but that would make too much sense. Instead, “winter” indicates a full-grown squash that can be stored for months before being consumed, while “summer” indicates a squash that has a considerably shorter window of freshness.
So, maybe not the best use of branding there. Personally, I would've gone for something more obvious and straight-forward, like “Super shelf-life squash" and “Better eat ‘em quick squash".