Users no longer have to rely on clicking and dragging widgets around their dashboards. Edit mode allows users to see a bird eye view of their dashboard. This view allows users to resize widgets and move them around without having to scroll or slowly drag a widget to the location that it is wanted.
Loading time note
Since the Edit Mode needs to know all the widgets on the dashboard to generate the birds-eye edit view, the Save, New Widget, and Edit Mode buttons load last on the webpage.
Opening Edit view generates the birds-eye view of all the dashboard widgets and allows for the resizing and repositioning of widgets.
Inside this edit mode, users can click and drag widgets to resize and move them.
Adding or editing topics in SSV will not apply any changes to configurations.
Adding and editing topics is per document only.
Manually adding a topic in a document will not result in that topic being automatically located in any other document.
In the document view, users can now add and edit topics.
This is useful in cases like where a topic hit might be misspelled or a new topic is located by a reader in a document.
To add an annotated entity to a document click on the Add Manual Topic plus icon on the right side of the Topics header.
Adding a manual topic will bring up the new topic view as seen below.
When a user clicks on the Title field in the add topic view, then a list of the Topics from the configuration appears. Users can type in their own topics or select from one of the existing topics.
Once the user has filled in the fields, they can save the topic and see the output in the document viewer as seen below.
The tab navigation used to navigate to the online configuration manager SWEB has been reworked as functionality from SWEB is starts to get moved into SSV.
The tabs have been replaced with a menu for navigation as seen below.
The new Configurations screen is the first step in the migration of SWEB into SSV. This first step allows users to do some of the most basic configuration management in SSV without leaving to go to SWEB.
Users can now easily see how many custom features of each type that their configurations contain. At this time click on one of the features will redirect you to SWEB where you can edit your configurations as always.
The new filtering option in Configurations allows users to filter configurations in the below ways:
In SSV project(s)
Will show all configurations used to analyze content in SSV
Not in SSV project(s)
Will show all configurations not used to analyze content in SSV
In SSV project __
User selects what SSV project they want to see all used configurations for
User selects what language they want to see all configurations for
Clicking "show deleted configurations" will show the user any configurations that have been marked for deletion but have not yet been permanently deleted. Note that configurations are permanently deleted after 30 days.
In addition to filtering, users can now sort their configurations. Sorting is allowed in the following ways:
Most recently modified at the top of the list
Last Used Time
Most recently used configuration at top of the list
Configuration name A-Z with secondary sorting by language
Name, Language Code
Configuration name A-Z with secondary sorting by language code
Configuration language A-Z with secondary sorting by name
Language code, Name
Configuration language code A-Z with secondary sorting by name
Configuration Routes are coming soon! If you want To use the beta version of configuration routes please reach out to [email protected]
Updated 7 months ago