24.01.17 Feature Release Summary

Submitted and In Progress Flow Status

In this latest release, we've introduced two essential Flow statuses to enhance user experience. These statuses serve as valuable indicators, making it effortless for our users to track the progress of their Flow Executions. Now, you can easily distinguish between Flows that have been 'Submitted' for execution and those that are 'In Progress.' To read more about Flow Statuses please see our support documentation.

Why We Made The Change - We understand that transparency and clarity are crucial in managing Flow executions. By adding these Flow statuses, we give our users a detailed level of insight into the status of their Flows.

Flow Disabled Notification

In this update, we've introduced a helpful feature: notifications for disabled Flows. Now, when you access the Flow Configuration screens of disabled Flows, you'll immediately notice a notification at the top, indicating that the Flow is currently disabled. This enhancement streamlines your workflow, eliminating the need to navigate back to the Integration Settings screen to confirm the Flow's status.

Why We Made The Change - Our aim is to enhance user convenience and reduce any potential confusion. Knowing at a glance whether a Flow is disabled or enabled while working within its configuration keeps you focused on your current task. Moreover, this update allows you to enable or disable Flows directly from the Flow configuration screen, simplifying your process and giving you complete control over your Flow configuration, all in one convenient location.

Quality of Life Improvements

This release does not contain any major features, updates or improvements. However, we have implemented several quality of life improvements across the app to help your experience.

  • Updated icons in Flow Configuration sidebar controls
  • Fixed purple button bug on confirmation screens
  • Fixed CSS errors causing some panel headings to appear dark

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Johnny Bilotta, VP of Product
By Johnny Bilotta
written on January 18, 2024

Johnny is the VP of Product at Chain.io where he designs, plans, and leads the delivery of Chain.io’s core software offerings.

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