This month, Desktop.com is adding two more app integrations – OneDrive and Hubspot. We’re also introducing various UI and navigation improvements. Read on to learn more!
P.S. In case you missed last month’s newsletter, we announced new key functionality to Password Manager, access settings, granular search and much more. See our past improvements here!
New app integrations are continuously added and this month we’re happy to announce the addition of OneDrive and Hubspot integrations. You’ll now be able to activate these two integrations alongside previously announced integrations (such as Google Drive, Salesforce, Jira, Asana and many more) straight from your Settings menu.
We encourage you to enable integrations with the apps you use daily to take advantage of not only the centralized access, but also the instant overview that lets you stay on top of things and minimizes the time spent switching in and out of various apps throughout the day.
Navigating within your workspace should be seamless and quick. That’s why we’ve updated the left global sidebar menu with icon descriptions and a quick-view that is instantly shown just by hovering over one of the menu items.
Until now, it has been an admin’s decision whether or not the chat section should be visible on a Desktop’s dashboard, and that choice automatically applied to all members of the respective Desktop. Sometimes, however, a user may prefer to hide the chat section in order to provide more space and overview for apps and links.
To better accommodate individual preferences, each user will now be able to choose for themselves if they want to display the chat section or not within the dashboard view for any Desktop that they have been invited to.
In order to roll out new functionality, scheduled downtime of the service may be needed from time to time. In those cases, we will give in-app notice one day prior as well as 10 minutes before such scheduled downtime is set to start. That way, you’ll have a better chance of preparing and planning. We are also working to remove the need for scheduled downtime.
Guest users that have been invited to a meeting (video or voice call) should be treated as that - guests. Therefore, they won’t be able to enter into a meeting until a workspace member is present in the call. Instead, they’ll be kept in the Meeting Lobby until the first workspace member to enter the meeting lets them in.
You’ll now be able to easily select multiple credentials stored in your Password Manager.
To select more than one set of credentials, simply hold down the Ctrl key while you click on the items in the list that you want to select.
Don’t forget to browse the Desktop.com App Store to find new great web apps in a wide variety of categories.
We’re constantly adding new apps and gladly accept suggestions for apps to add - just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org You may also add a custom app at any time, if you can’t find the app you’d like to add within our App Store.
In addition to the news above, this months release also includes several other improvements and smaller updates, such as:
📱 General mobile app UI improvements
🌎 Improved password save suggestion logic in Browser Extension
🔐 Updates to password recovery
🔔 Notification management improvements
⚙️ General bug fixes and performance improvement
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