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2 Posts authored by: Shai Sagi Employee

Over the last two weeks, we released version 2016.3.8 to all cloud customers (https://community.jivesoftware.com/community/customers/blog/2017/09/13/september-2017-jive-nx-cloud-maintenance-update ). As part of that release, there was a bug introduced (document previews failed to render). We have prepared and tested a fix.

 

The fix will be rolled out to customers starting Friday, October 6, and last through next Friday, October 13.

This will be a standard HAZDU release. This will be a zero downtime update. No action is needed by customers.

 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have additional questions about this update, please post them here.

 

 

 

Customer Hub, Partner Home

The Salesforce Case Management Connector links your Jive community to your Salesforce and allows customer to engage with your support team. Customers can manage their cases right from within your community in a familiar interface while integrating with your support agents using your existing Salesforce support processes.

The new version includes the much desired ability to add attachments to cases and to distinguish escalated cases.

 

Details:

Release date: Friday, July 14th

Delivery mechanism: Add-on, users will be upgraded automatically

Updated documentation: Salesforce Case Management Connector

 

 

New features:

Attachments:

The connector will now support the use of attachments within the tiles:

  • Upload attachments - A user can upload an attachment to a case in order to add relevant information for the support agent, such as screenshots, log files etc. File size is limited to 25MB.
  • See attachments in a case - A user in the community can see that a case in his tile has attachments, and the attachment type.
  • Download attachments - A user can download and open an attachment from a case directly from the tile in the community. This allows support to send relevant files to the case directly.
  • Delete attachments - User can delete attachments they uploaded to a case, so if they made a mistake they can remove it.

 

 

 

Escalated cases:

Escalated cases can now be easily distinguished in the case list as the font color for the is changed to red.

 

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