With our last update, we introduced version 3.0 of Workspace 365. Now, we keep simplifying the adaptive workspace, for example by making it easier to work in the Email app with the new drag and drop functionality. We also added some great functionalities for admins so keep on reading.
Drag and drop emails
Moving one or more items just became a lot easier with the new drag and drop functionality in the Email app. When you hover over an email in the Email app, you will see a move icon appear on the left side of the email. From there, you can simply drag the email and drop it into the folder you want to move it to.
But that’s not all: this functionality also works on several emails at once. By clicking and dragging your cursor over several items, you can select them. By dragging them to a folder, you can move multiple items simultaneously.
Introducing this drag and drop functionality in the Email app, will allow people to organise their emails more quickly and easily, which will not only save them time, but will also give them a better overview of their emails.
Inject custom HTML into the workspace
Do you want more insight into the use of your adaptive workspace? Or do you want to offer better and direct support to the people who use the workspace? With this update, we allow partners to integrate a wide range of options using custom HTML.
By injecting a custom HTML code (e.g. Google Tag Manager), which you can target at any page, you can for instance gather analytics to measure the use of (certain parts of) the workspace using e.g. Google Analytics or Matomo. You can also use it to integrate chatbots (e.g. Zendesk or Intercom), so that users can get instant assistance from anywhere in the workspace.
This also makes it possible for our partners to integrate their preferred solutions and to create their own tools for each customer. Note: The previous integration of Google Analytics will be deprecated, be sure to replace the code as announced by mail and on our support portal.
Automatically retrieve SharePoint sites
Setting up SharePoint sites in the Documents app just became a lot easier for admins as they are now retrieved automatically by default. Admins can determine if newly created sites will also become available to the user automatically.
Note: For SharePoint, we switched everyone over from the “Preview” (released in update 2.67) to the official automatic retrieval of SharePoint sites.
What else is new?
The features above are the highlights of this update. But there’s more, such as:
- Automatically refresh the workspace after editing an app in the app store
- We’ve improved the experience of automatically creating a Single Sign-On application
- View appointments for more days in advance in the Calendar tile
- Improved performance for environments with a large amount of users