August 3, 2018 release notes
The following improvements apply to Aha! mobile:
The app now provides native support for iPad.
Photos attached via mobile are now appended with a date and timestamp.
When records are assigned to the product's default user, the user's name is now displayed in the assignee field.
When commenting on an idea, the public comment section is blue if you are not the idea's creator. If you are the idea's creator, the section is green.
The following improvements apply to Aha! notebooks:
Placement options are now dynamically disabled when they do not apply.
Text elements can now be transformed into hyperlinks by typing in a URL.
It is now possible to immediately type into a text element after selecting it.
Hover text has been added to the Reload configuration button on the integrations 2.0 mappings page to provide more guidance about when to use this feature.
When adding data to reports, the select dropdown now includes a header for the record type that you are adding and available columns are listed alphabetically.
The product_ID field now accepts product keys when creating users via the Users API.
When importing releases via CSV, it is now possible to link existing initiatives.
Master-detail relationship custom fields can now be imported via CSV.
The following fixes apply to Aha! notebooks:
It was possible to edit the height of a text element.
Images were not presenting correctly in PDF exports.
It was not possible to paste in a hex code for the custom color selector.
In some instances, orientation settings were not applied on PDF export.
It was not possible to upload images or edit title pages in Internet Explorer 11.
Text elements with multiple font sizes displayed "-" in the font size field. This field now displays the largest font size.
When a bulleted list was customized to be a different color, then customization was not retained as new bullets were created.
It is possible to copy and paste images into Aha! notebooks. However, if the Undo button was clicked after pasting in several images, some of the remaining images became broken.
The following fixes apply to adding data to reports:
Custom field internal names were incorrectly displayed.
In some instances, selecting data was slow for accounts with many products.
Removing all columns in a report and then adding new ones resulted in a blank report.
When adding portal users to submit-only portals, users were incorrectly warned that the portal users would be emailed.
When master features using custom workflows were shipped via releases, their status was not reflected properly.
In some instances, list reports sorted by custom fields did not sort correctly.