We take our users' needs and wishes very seriously, especially when it comes to updating our product. Our new features strive to contribute to your productivity and add extra joy to your daily operations.
Our release notes provide insight into what we’ve been developing, inspired by your needs and wishes. Thank you for your suggestions, they provide immense value to our continued collaborative growth.
To keep you updated every step of the way, we're sharing our product roadmap. Take a peek inside and send us your feedback!
17 Nov, 2020
You can now automate the upload of your data by submitting CSV files.
This option will give you the flexibility to organize your data more precisely (which is particularly useful when you’re maintaining strict security policies).
To learn more about how to use our new API, please contact us at email@example.com
11 Nov, 2020
When you upload your data to Nave, you have a limit of 32MB per file. This means that, in order to upload a large volume of data, you have to split it into multiple files and upload them sequentially.
By default, with every new file upload, the old work in progress data is removed from our system. But now, you can use the ‘Accumulate WIP data’ flag to preserve that old data. This way, you can accumulate the work items in progress from multiple files.
We never delete any completed data in Nave. So, whether or not you keep your current WIP tasks will depend on whether the ‘Accumulate WIP data’ flag has been selected.
To learn more about the data structure we use, read the full article here →
11 Nov, 2020
We have introduced a dedicated ‘Dashboard view’ that can be selected on your Wallboard configuration page. You can now apply specific filters on your dashboards where they are being run on a big screen.
Go to your dashboard at Nave, configure your controls and filters, save them as a ‘Dashboard view’ and then link that view to your Wallboard.
6 Nov, 2020
Your Cumulative Flow Diagram will now show gray zones over the weekend days if you have enabled the ‘Exclude weekends’ option.
This feature allows you to focus on the impediments to your workflow during your working time. In doing so, when evaluating your performance, you can easily ignore the flat lines under the gray zones.
You can read more about the most common Cumulative Flow Diagram patterns here →