Version: 2.15.6 ( 9/28/2021 ) A Completely New PMD πŸ“

Fun Fact: For millions of people, the coffee break is a key but often under-appreciated part of each day. To stop and give the break its proper due, the town of Stoughton, Wisconsin, hosts an annual Coffee Break Festival. The gathering includes coffee tastings, "brew-offs," and bean-spitting contests. Why Stoughton? According to city officials, the coffee break was "born" in the city in the late 1800s, as women working at the local Gunderson Tobacco Warehouse began the ritual of pausing during the workday to brew up some coffee and have a chat.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where new users invited to a demo from a team member were not being added to the correct team.

  • Fixed an issue where some new users who did not complete new user onboarding in a single session but came back later were ending in a loop and could not complete registration.

  • Fixed a bug where some users were unable to download the Demoflow desktop client.

  • Various small performance improvements and bug fixes.

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Welcome to a completely new Private Meeting Dashboard. You can learn all about it from this short video. Short description of changes below.

    • New Meeting Auto-matching - When you launch Demoflow in Zoom or our new Chrome Extension, we'll auto-match you with the exact meeting you are on so you can get started taking notes immediately.

    • Documentation Tab - a completely redesigned tab that combines rich text notes with the ability to document directly back to Salesforce fields. You can save templates to pull in quickly on the fly.

    • People Tab - Welcome to the world of data enrichment for attendees on the call. Get more context on who you are talking to. We will be adding more functionality here in the very near future including the ability to send attendees back to Salesforce as contacts.

    • Much more to come in our next release!

Version: 2.15.3 ( 8/18/2021 ) New Cloud Storage Integrations

Fun Fact: The oldest person ever to have lived (whose age could be authenticated), a French woman named Jeanne Louise Calment, was 122 years old when she died in 1997.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Various small performance improvements and bug fixes.

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • We launched a new cloud storage integration. (you will need to re-authenticate to access your cloud-based storage accounts)

Version: 2.15.2 ( 8/2/2021 ) A New Onboarding Experience

Fun Fact: The tallest man ever recorded was American giant Robert Wadlow (1918–1940), who stood 8 feet 11 inches. Wadlow’s size was the result of an abnormally enlarged pituitary gland.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue when multiple presenters were on a meeting and the notes section created a horizontal scroll.

  • Various small performance improvements and bug fixes.

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Welcome to a completely new onboarding experience!

  • Behind the scenes set up for new functionality soon to be released. πŸ˜‰

  • Users can now authenticate with Microsoft.

Version: 2.15.0 ( 7/20/2021 ) Zoom Apps Launch

Fun Fact: Hunting unicorns is legal in the state of Michigan. Lake Superior State University in Michigan offers a unicorn hunting license. Unsurprisingly, the "chief herald of the Unicorn Hunters" was once quoted saying: "The pursuit of the unicorn is a lonely quest." We wish them nothing but good luck!

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Electron upgrade to fix Type Errors that are showing up in our errors channel and driving us nuts πŸ˜΅β€πŸ’«

  • Duplicated assets in the library are now "owned" by the person who duplicated them.

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Significant infrastructure changes behind the scenes to support our new Zoom App.

  • An entirely new onboarding experience is here! πŸŽ‰

  • Other non-user facing infrastructure items related to exciting new functionality coming soon 🀫

Version: 2.14.8 ( 7/10/2021 ) Mobile Responsive View

Fun Fact: On Mars, sunsets are blue. The sunsets we know are typically mellow yellow or fiery pink. But if we lived on Mars, we'd witness blue sunsets, as seen in a series of images snapped by NASA's Curiosity rover in 2015. As Mark Lemmon, a scientist who worked on the Curiosity team, explained to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, "The colors come from the fact that the very fine dust is the right size so that blue light penetrates the atmosphere slightly more efficiently."

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Basic refactoring, authentication handling

  • Various minor bug fixes and performance improvements.

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • You can now clear local storage with a single click from the top of the browser window.

  • There is now a single-click view to show mobile responsiveness that you can click from the top of a browser window.

Version: 2.14.6 ( 6/29/2021 ) Duplication

Fun Fact: Demoflow is headquartered in Denver, Colorado. The name Colorado means "colored red." Derived from the Spanish language, the name was given due to the red silt carried out by the Colorado River. Head-watered in Rocky Mountain National Park, this epic river flows through five states, including Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, and California, before ending in Mexico.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Various minor bug fixes and performance improvements.

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • You can now duplicate slides, browsers, and flows. Just click on the ellipsis when you hover over any asset in the library and choose duplicate.

  • If you're using our Salesforce integration, you can now link to a Lead, Account, or Opportunity directly from the Private Meeting Dashboard during a presentation.

Version: 2.14.0 ( 6/15/2021 ) Stabilization

Fun Fact: If computer programming were a country, it would hold the 2nd most diversity in the number of languages with more than 700 approx.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Failed calendar connection error

  • Failed email connection error

  • Fixed an issue where browser thumbnails were failing intermittently

  • Fixed an error when adding teammates from the settings page

  • Other minor behind-the-scenes bugs were squashed.

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • You can now add locally hosted HTTP addresses to a browser.

  • Initial backend infrastructure for the upcoming "Workspaces" feature has been added.

  • Initial backend infrastructure for the upcoming "Self Service Onboarding" has been added.

Version: 2.11.0 ( 4/13/2021 ) Operation Weight Loss

Fun Fact: Elvis Presley was famously a fan of the β€œSleeping Beauty Diet,” or a diet where a person is sedated for days at a time. The reasoning behind the diet was that a sleeping person wouldn’t eat. (We don't recommend this diet)

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Full-Screen freeze issue during demos

  • Browsers retain their name when copied forward

  • From the Zoom app, you can deep-link to a demo correctly

  • From the Zoom app, you can deep-link to a presentation correctly

  • LaunchDarkly support added back correctly

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Desktop bundle size decreased by 66%

  • Windows: Menu added in the top left

Version: 2.9.7 ( 3/14/2021 ) General Bug Fixes

Fun Fact: Ray Tomlinson is generally credited as having sent the first email across a network, initiating the use of the "@" sign to separate the names of the user and the user's machine in 1971.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Closing the Timeline Preview in the Private Meeting Dashboard prevented the Previous and Next Buttons from being clicked

  • During a presentation, if a demo had no slides it would error with no resolution.

  • Screenshots on a web slide taken during a demo were not working

  • Demos filtered by teammates filter as expected

  • Bug with prospects being added on a next step

  • Fix deep-linking issue on Mac to a demo or presentation

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Improved Email Templates for first users and invited users

  • Zoom Apps beta

Version: 2.9.0 ( 3/2/2021) Thumbnails

Fun Fact: The earliest citation of the word "thumbnail" being used in the sense of a smaller image is from 1852, referring to a sketch that is literally the size of one's thumbnail.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Browsers now show the correct title when copied to a demo or pulled in from a flow

  • When opening a URL during the presentation that would normally open in a new tab in Chrome, will now open as a new demo slide in the presentation

  • You can kill the "Getting Started" prompt on the home page whenever you want

  • All scrolling issues with the rich text editor across the entire application have been fixed

  • Resolved issue with duplicate Next Steps & Questions happening sporadically

  • Slides re-ordering incorrectly after all slides are deleted

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Browsers, when saved or updated, will now save with a thumbnail

  • Individual slides from within a flow can be grabbed and added to a demo (during a demo and while building a demo)

  • Speaker notes can be added and saved to individual Browsers and will be copied forward to demos and flows

  • As an admin, on the "Team" view in settings, you'll be able to see who has confirmed their account and their last login date as well.

  • When launching a Demo that has a linked calendar event and conference (i.e. Zoom Link), you can now launch that meeting when launching the Demoflow presentation.

  • Ability to open inspector in a Browser to see the different screen sizes

Version: 2.8.5 ( 2/13/2021) Hot Fix - Check Urls Bug

Fun Fact: Hosted at CERN on Berners-Lee's NeXT computer, the very first site's URL was http://info.cern.ch.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Fixed issue for new users if you did not add a browser slide, it would improperly error

Version: 2.8.4 ( 2/8/2021) Duplicate Slides

Fun Fact: In 1801, Pellegrino Turri, an Italian inventor, invented carbon paper to provide the ink for his mechanical typing machine, one of the first typewriters.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Issue with Browsers not having a title and causing an error with Check URLs

  • Issue with CheckUrls not registering for new users

  • Issue with skipping onboarding steps

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Ability to duplicate a slide

Version: 2.8.1 ( 1/31/2021) Infinite Scroll

Fun Fact: Some infinities are bigger than others. The smallest infinity is how many whole numbers there are: 1, 2, 3, 4, and so on forever. If we include fractions there are infinitely many more numbers.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Issue with Infinite Scroll hanging on large screens

  • Issue with moving items when in the "Favorites" tab

  • Issue with moving items when searching

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Show human-readable updated time on Assets and Browsers

Version: 2.8.0 ( 1/28/2021) Brand New Asset Library

Fun Fact: The Great Library of Alexandria (285–246 BC) in Alexandria, Egypt, was one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • When adding a newly uploaded asset to a demo or vignette it would add to the bottom, and now it adds to the top

  • When adding content to the PMD, the view now opens all the way to the top of the PMD fixing an issue when viewing on very small or very large screens

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Fully Refactored Library that includes:

  • A fully functional folder structure

  • Favoriting browsers, assets, and folders

  • Sharing browsers in the team library

Version: 2.7.2 ( 1/16/2021) Auth0 Authentication

Fun Fact: Locks have been in use for 6000 years, with one early example discovered in the ruins of Nineveh, the capital of ancient Assyria

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Associate onboarding demo with the organization so that they aren't orphaned

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Auth0 for authentication security including (SSO and 2FA capabilities)

  • Web accessibility (app.demoflow.io)

Version: 2.5.4 ( 12/15/2020) Release Notes

Fun Fact: Ice reflects 90% of the sunlight that hits it.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Presentation bug where URLs seemed to freeze or not accept mouse clicks

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Release Notes! Literally, this document is right here!

Version: 2.5.3 ( 12/2/2020) Browser / Asset Fixes

Fun Fact: The first recorded zero appeared in Mesopotamia around 3 B.C.

πŸ› Fixes:

  • Error on previewing an asset that has 0 slides

  • Fix issue where invalid URLs would cause the asset preview to crash

  • Fix issue where the timezone wasn't loaded immediately after linking your calendar

πŸ“£ Additions:

  • Validation on creating new URLs. Requires a title and a URL now.

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