This Supply Chain Planning release includes the following new features:
Pivot grid shortcuts
You can use keyboard shortcuts to move vertically and horizontally through pivot grids.
Default recipient list
The default recipient for the email, message box, and notification actions is @@username.
Grids can pass context even when an app is configured for single-selection mode.
Grid data refresh from Excel
The display of grid data is automatically refreshed when the data is updated and saved in Excel.
Automatic pan and zoom for maps
When maps are opened or refreshed, they are automatically zoomed and panned to match the displayed data points.
Edin in Excel
edit in excel saved
App message boxes
Apps can include message boxes for interacting with app users.
Email multiple recipients
You can configure email actions to send emails to multiple recipients.
Copy apps, app boards, and macros
Supply chain designers can cut, copy, and paste apps, app boards, and macros.
New Log Event action
Supply chain designers can use the new Log Event action to configure apps to post information to a specified log type.
Supply chain designers can configure apps to execute event actions when a macro completes, fails, or succeeds.
Arrow ends for map and schematic lines
You can add arrow ends to lines displayed in maps and schematics.
visual indicator parameter
visual indicator data type
embed app in another app
Map zoom controls
You can use the + and - buttons to control the zoom level of maps and schematics.
Grid column alignment
Supply chain designers can adjust the alignment of data in each column of a grid. Align data to the left, center, or right of the column.
select top records
html content widget
time zone requirement
Supply chain designers can control the visibility of buttons on the widget toolbar.
New tree icons
The Design Studio and Event Studio panes have new tree icons.
add tooltip boxes
add dropdown widget
Supply chain designers can associate the following conditions with macro lines to create branches in macro flows:
- Action Succeeded
- Action Failed
- Custom Condition
Supply chain designers can configure map widgets to display specified labels with map points.
Last modified: Thursday May 03, 2018