“List view” has been added to navigate items in a Thread. This is in addition to "Item view” and “Quick view” that were introduced earlier.
You can now update or cancel a Calendar event.
When you start a new chat from a Thread, you will be presented with a list of recent chat participants to choose from.
You can now close in-progress chats directly from the entry under Chats, Drafts. The “End chat” button has been removed from the chat area.
Thread navigation has been enhanced. You can now use “Print view” to navigate using keyboard control (up & down). Details of all items are visible as you navigate. Alternatively, users can use “Item view” to view details of current item (n) and navigate to the one prior (n-1) or one later item (n+1) using mouse click(s).
From the list of Threads, you can now perform “Rename”, “Filter” and “Remove” actions for Thread Group(s).
For Threads that are not assigned to a Thread Group, you can now directly add the Thread to an existing Thread Group or create a new one.
You can now “Start new chat” or “Compose mail” with any of the Thread contributors.
You can now “View” and “Download” any file from the list of files displayed in a Thread.
You can now choose to “pop-out” any Named Thread. The popped-out Thread will be visible under Threads in the left menu till you choose to close it.
The “Thread Group” name, when specified, is displayed on the Thread masthead.
Events can now be created for a date range.
When you click on any Thread, you can now view the list of all the files in the Thread.
The latest activity of each Thread is now displayed as part of the Threads list view.
Your most recent search will now be remembered in Threads list view.
When an in-progress chat belongs to a “Named” Thread, the Thread name is displayed in the masthead at the top.
When you receive a new email, you now have the option to accept or reject Thread name suggestions.
By clicking on any flagged Thread, you now have the option to “Start chat”, “Compose mail” or “Create To-do" in that Thread.
Machine learning suggestions for incoming email will now include unnamed Threads also.
From the list of Threads displayed by clicking on “Threads” from the left menu, you can now “Search” based on “Thread Group” name too.
From the list of Threads displayed by clicking on “Threads” from the left menu, users now have the option to “Search” based on Thread name to locate a specific thread.
For incoming emails, Clariti will now provide possible matches of the related Threads using machine learning algorithm. A user can choose to merge the incoming email with the existing Thread based on these suggestions or manually assign it to a thread or create a new one.
Events can now be created by clicking on “Calendar” from the left menu or “Create To-Do/Event” icon from “Home”. Created events will be listed in the Calendar along with To-Dos.
Direct chat tab will display introduction graphics when it is opened for the first time.
When you click on “Threads” in the left menu, all the Threads are now displayed in a tabular column for easy reference. If you click any Thread, you can view all the items inside the Thread. When you click “All Threads” in the Thread details page, you can go back to the previous screen where all the Threads are displayed in a tabular column.
You can now move a feed to the Home tab by clicking on the “Home” icon.
When you start a new conference chat, the recent chats are displayed in a new user interface that is not only visually pleasing but also provides additional information about the chats.
When you continue a chat from a completed chat item listed under 'Chats, Drafts', the completed chat will be now be replaced by the in-progress chat item. Earlier, the in-progress chat item was displayed as a new entry. This has been done to greatly simplify the display of multiple chats and create a better user experience.
A divider has been added in the “Direct Chat” area to distinguish new messages from old.
When you hover over the menu management icon on the top left, the background is blurred for better user experience.