Kiwi release notes (build 43.11.30)

Released from test to production on 2019 Aug 30



Tasks: Full release

Tasks is the new, integrated feature that allows users to assign, track, and collaborate on small, work-related tasks. Tasks is automatically included for all customers on the Complete subscription plan (or as an add-on for Essentials customers).

Tasks can be manually disabled by System Administrators in Administration settings > Platform > Enabled/Disabled features.

Tasks: Due date email - along with the full release, Tasks Beta users will notice another new feature has been added: a reminder email that lets users know when they have tasks that are due that day as well as which ones are coming up next.

OneDrive: Drag and drop folder upload

Folders (including subfolders) can now be uploaded to a OneDrive-integrated Library by dragging them from their hard drive location and dropping them into an open Volume in the Library.

OneDrive integration is now available for all existing customers who wish to switch over (or as an add-on for Essentials customers).

Mobile: List Selector now sorts lists alphanumerically

When creating or editing lists in the mobile app, individuals previously wouldn’t be displayed in any uniform order. Now List Selector will display them alphanumerically per section (Individuals, Teams, etc.), making for a much easier management of custom lists overall.


73 other bug fixes and/or performance enhancements.


Did you know that people confuse "kiwi" all the time by thinking it's the name of a fruit? "Kiwi" is actually the name of a small, flightless bird native to New Zealand (and also: a nickname for a native New Zealander). The proper name for the kiwi that is a fruit however is...well, basically just that: kiwifruit.

My own kiwi-confusion came in another form altogether. When I was a little kid, my aunt made a dessert with kiwi in it and I refused to try it. Because at the time, the only kiwi I knew of was something my dad used - Kiwi Shoe Polish. And I was not about to dig into any Shoe Polish Pie, thank you very much.



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