Released from test to production on 2019 Feb 14
Mobile app: New features in Library (JOS-14544)
In the mobile app, an action menu has been added to Library items. Click on the action menu icon next to any item to select, rename, favorite, copy link, view info, and much more.
Sign off: Changes to CSV reports (JOS-16319)
For News items that have been enabled with the Sign off feature, the associated CSV reports will now contain some form of record (either full name or initials) of everyone who originally signed off, even if they are no longer part of the original audience and/or no longer an active user. The total of signed off users displayed on the News item itself will remain dynamic though, giving only the number of currently active users that have signed off.
Calls (Beta): Dynamic Feedback Dialog (JOS-16474)
Users enrolled in the beta testing of the Calls feature will now be presented with a short survey at the completion of a successful session to provide feedback on their call including the video, audio, and overall quality. (NOTE—the beta testing for Calls is currently closed)
55 other bug fixes and/or performance enhancements.
Did you know that in the 19th century, watercress was known as the "poor man's bread"? As it was basically a free food (it could usually be found growing next to springs or slow-moving rivers) many people would roll up bunches of it in a cone and eat it as an on-the-go breakfast sandwich.
Amazingly rich in Vitamin K as well as Vitamins A & C, watercress is also versatile and can be served in salads, soups, or steamed on its own. Can watercress do no wrong? Actually, yes —it can. Because it grows in water it runs the risk of becoming a playground for parasites, pollutants, and other impurities. And as fun as it may sound, the Watercress Parasite Playground is definitely not a place you want to visit.