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.
Organize your files in folders
One of our handiest features is about to get much more powerful. The cloud resources feature that allows you to share common files and links with your users will now support the addition of folders. Folders allow you to organize your files and links, making finding a specific file easier and faster for end users.
Access to a folder can be restricted to users in certain groups. You can only create one level of folders. This restriction is designed to prevent administrators from creating a resource library that is too complicated to navigate, thus ensuring an easy to use mobile user experience.
How to use it: In the Resources console you will notice a new folder tab. In this tab, you can create and manage your folders. The folders tab also permits you to set group permissions for each of the folders. To add files and links to a folder, the files and links tabs allow you to specify which folder a file or link should reside in. The root folder is accessible to all users and cannot be permissioned to a specific group. A new MicroApp will be released in conjunction with this server release to support this new feature.
Export group membership
Administrators can now export a group’s membership to a CSV file format.
How to use it: In the Users and Groups console, select the group you would like to export and click the Export Users button.
Messages export now includes like and comment data
The Export Messages feature has been enhanced to include message likes and message content data, allowing cloud comm admins and writers to view the message metadata in Microsoft excel or other tools.
How to use it: The process to export messages is the same as it was before this release. The only difference is the file downloaded contains two new sheets. Each comment or like has a message id associated with it. Use this ID to match the message in the message sheet.
Comment Notifications contain comment text
The first 300 characters of comment text will now appear in email and push notifications to message authors. This new capability allows authors to know the content of a comment without having to log in, making monitoring comments much more efficient.
How to use it: In the HTML client, go to your settings page by clicking the gear icon. In the subscribe to email notifications section ensure that comments on cards I wrote is enabled. If this is already enabled, there is nothing more to do.