Released from test to production on 2019 March 29
Main Navigation: Improved layout (JOS-16700)
The Main Navigation is the latest feature to receive a streamlined makeover, making it more intuitive and easier to use. Notable changes: the Shortcut links have been moved down the column, below the view names and Preferences and Log out are now accessible from a new Profile action menu, found alongside a user’s name and avatar image.
Mobile: Allow Google Org users to view files instead of downloading (JOS-14694)
Previously the only way to view a Library file in the mobile app was to download it. Now Google-integrated users can choose to "View" a file, which will open it in Google, or "Download" it to their device.
Calls (video chat & screen sharing)
Calls is now out of beta and can be enabled in Administration settings > Platform > Enable/Disable features. Calls supports one-on-one audio or video calls between users and includes a screen-sharing option. NOTE—to run Calls, orgs must have Discussions enabled and users must be on Chrome or Firefox. For more information go here.
Activity: video support
Also receiving a full release is video in Activity. The feed will now support the uploading and viewing of a variety of video file formats.
84 other bug fixes and/or performance enhancements.
Did you know that zucchini can be prepared a variety of ways, including steamed, boiled, grilled, stuffed, baked, barbecued, fried, and even noodled? However, all that versatility means nothing to me, because when I was a kid and first served a dish with zucchini, I spit them out—thinking that they were cucumbers gone bad. That first impression has made them unappetizing ever since. To me, zucchinis will always be "bad-tasting cucumbers".*
*Except when they're used in zucchini bread (baked goods are always the exception).