Greetings to Prewitt Ridge's Customers and Supporters,
In our latest changelog, we've included a number of bugfixes on the frontend and backend, as well as a few ease-of-use improvements. Notably, we continue to make Atomics easier to use and this release specifically improves their discoverability when editing items in the System Editor. We've also listened to feedback regarding our Review workflow and will now inform a user in real-time if their feedback has been requested while they are logged in.
Please forward to interested folks, and be sure to reach out to us directly on how we can make engineering safer and easier for you!
We've made it easier to access an existing atomic by turning the atomic listing inside an item into a button which opens the drawer where you can edit and modify.
We've also made it easier to add an atomic to an item by adding @-completion. When editing an item, just type @ and then the name of the atomic you wish to add.
More actions are wired into the real-time collaboration system. Specifically, if a user is requested to review an item and that user is logged in, they will see a toast on their screen informing them of the request and a notification badge will appear on the Review link, guiding them to the correct spot to provide their feedback.
In addition to real-time reviews, modifications to Atomics and Item Groups will also immediately propagate to other logged in users.
See below for a detailed list of changes in this release. It's since been rolled out to our existing cloud customers, as well as made available in our delivery repo for our self-hosted customers.
Bugfixes and Technical Debt