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Product release 2016-11-03


Index of notable changes


► Editor and SCAYT upgrade

► Unpublish dialog

► MindTouch Paths in contextual help

► Classification visibility on search results

► Attachment streaming

► HelpRequest data

 

Feature enhancements


Editor and SCAYT upgrade
We have performed a minor upgrade to our editor. These changes include bug and security fixes as well as dictionary updates for the editor's SCAYT (spell check as you type) functionality.

 

Bug fixes


Unpublish dialog
The confirmation dialog that appears when trying to unpublish a parent page that has published child pages will now close properly.
 

MindTouch Paths in contextual help
The MindTouch Path progress bar and navigation elements are now displaying correctly in contextual help dialogs.
 

Classifications visibility on search results
Anonymous and community members will no longer see classifications for article type and stage in search results.

 

Upcoming feature enhancements


Attachment streaming
We are in the process of changing the way we stream attachments in MindTouch so we can increase the speed of serving them to our customers across the world. Current links to attachments will not require code changes on your part. In the coming weeks, we will be testing out this change internally and with a select group of beta testers. When we are finished testing, we will announce a release date and documentation that will explain the details of this new functionality.
 

HelpRequest data
You may have heard about our HelpRequest improvement initiative, Customer Insights Powered by New Data, that we completed over the summer. HelpRequests are an atomic unit of help delivered to a user across multiple channels such as your success center (page views, searches, etc.) and in-product contextual help. Soon we will be providing the ability to download that improved HelpRequest data to help you gain even more insights into how your site is being used.

 

Future deprecations


There are no current plans for feature deprecations at this time.

 

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