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It would be nice if there were the following changes to the form rule alerts/confirmation functions:
a) Modal dialog
They could reuse the modal dialog from the "single row edit" instead of using the browser integrated alert/confirmation window. This would result in a more consistent user experience. Of course it would be nice to set title, body and button texts but I would be fine with setting the body at least. :)
b) Allowing html for the body.
Currently adding line breaks is cluttering the form rule because we need to use a constants with >\r\n< as a value since the \ is escaped in the text. There's an option to use bold/italic in alerts if you use utf8 characters but I'm not sure whether it is such a good idea to use this. https://yaytext.com/bold-italic/

Edit:
It would be nice, if this would be available on the notification options of a menu button, see picture.

In reply to: Office Add-Ins installation from WEBCON BPS Portal is not the only installation method. You can install Add-ins using the MSI package by Active Directory Group Policy or any other system management platform. You can find an MSI file in the WEBCON BPS installer catalog: ..MS Office Addins\Autodistribution\

Regardless, the new version of WEBCON BPS Add-Ins will be published soon.

I ment it's only way to install Add-In form Webcon Portal - if user wants to install it but we don't need everyone to use it. Of course we use auto distribution method if we can.
That's great news!

Office Add-Ins installation from WEBCON BPS Portal is not the only installation method. You can install Add-ins using the MSI package by Active Directory Group Policy or any other system management platform. You can find an MSI file in the WEBCON BPS installer catalog: ..MS Office Addins\Autodistribution\

Regardless, the new version of WEBCON BPS Add-Ins will be published soon.

Currently, views do not allow dynamic filtering on views for datetime and people-picker fields.

It can be done by extending the query in the datasource. The datasource can only be changed by administrators and designers.

For end-users it would by great having the possibility to use placeholders for filtering datetime and people-picker fields. My idea is having placeholders like [now] / [today], which would take the current datetime/date and also [me] for the current user.

In reply to: Hi Thomas,

I think this was already answered here and is intended for the next version:
https://community.webcon.com/forum/thread/146

When you need it now than you would have to to execute an anonymous request to fetch the access token and use it in your following requests. It's a bit cumbersome but it's possible.

Just search for a postman example.

Best regards,
Daniel

Hi Daniel,

thanks for your quick response. I will check, if I can manage it with the anonymous approach. It is a new topic I am working on, so I have still a lot to experience. For such a situation it would be great to have the requested functionality as standard.

Nevertheless, I will keep you updated if it works or not.

Best regards
Thomas