The Sitrion ONE Cloud Communications platform is the standalone end-to-end communications solution that publishes content to the Sitiron ONE stream on mobile and desktop clients.
Deleting sent messages and changing audiences
Previously, when a message was sent to users, there was no way to change the audience. In this release, authors can now change the target group or channel after the message has been sent.
There’s also an easier way to delete sent messages: a ‘delete’ button is now right on the card, next to the ‘Edit’ button.
How to use it: To edit, navigate to the messages console, click ‘Edit’ on the message you would like to change the audience for. The edit screen now allows you to choose/change the channel and edit the groups that are targeted. To delete a message, just hit that delete button right on the card.
*NOTE: Push notifications are not available on the edit message action.
Set the time zone for an email digest recipient
You can now set the time zone for the delivery time of the cloud comm digest email.
How to use it: When adding a new recipient in the Digest section of the Cloud Comm Settings console, a new dropdown is available to allow you to select which time zone to use when sending the digest for the selected recipient.
*NOTE: This only applies to new digest recipients. You cannot edit existing recipients. To enable this for existing recipients, delete them and reenter their email address.
Send Message micro app with writer permissions
There's a new 'Send Message' micro app that respects an author’s permissions.
If you have the micro app deployed to a role, this update will be automatic.
Configure image caching to decrease load time and data use
Previously, Sitrion ONE clients would not cache any of the images, forcing a re-download every time. Tenant administrators can now set a cache value for cloud comm images which allows our clients to store the images from a user’s feed to avoid having to download them every time they see the image in the stream. This makes for a faster feed rendering and cuts down on data use.
How to use it: As a tenant admin, navigate to the Tenant Administration console and select Settings. Here you will see a new option allowing your organization to control how long the images should be cached for.
Users search improved
Tenant administrators can now search for a user’s full name (first and last) to further narrow a user search.
How to use it: In the user’s console of the tenant administration, type a full user’s name to narrow the results.