You can now filter on any custom or built in “person or group” column by clicking on any of the column’s values. Below you see an example where the documents in a workspace have been filtered on “Modified By” = “Clark Kent” and “Created By” = “Lois Lane”:
Filter on date columns:
You can now filter on any custom or built in “date” column by clicking on any of the column’s values. Below you see an example where the documents in a workspace have been filtered on “Modified” = “4/30/2019:
Changed placeholder-texts in MetaShare’s search boxes:
To make it clear that a search that’s conducted from MetaShare’s start page only shows workspaces as results and not documents, we have changed the placeholder-text in its search box from “Search” to “Search workspaces”:
In the workspaces, this placeholder text has been changed to “Search documents”:
Drag and drop e-mails and/or their attachments to MetaShare:
In the latest MetaShare release we announced that MetaShare supports drag and drop of e-mails from Outlook to a MetaShare workspace, using Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge as a browser. We also mentioned that there was a difference in behavior between the browsers, that when using Google Chrome, the e-mails were moved to the workspace rather than copied. This has been solved so that it behaves the same way as in Microsoft Edge, i.e. the e-mails are copied to the workspace and thereby not deleted from Outlook.
In the latest MetaShare release we announced that if a managed metadata column had more than 50 values, the drop-down would not be shown when you click on the field, in the document property form. We have now increased this value to 75.
Previous MetaShare restrictions that have been removed:
Documents with a “+” character in their document names could previously not be downloaded using the download function.
Documents whose document names started with certain charters (“~”, “_” and “.”) could previously not be uploaded to MetaShare.