Another release and another new feature. This time it’s a capability that has been highly requested on our community and from our users across the globe - the WYSIWYG editor!
After hearing that our previous wiki editor was painful for many of our users we set out to design a solution that helped software teams articulate stories quickly and easily.
Our new card and page editor helps software teams write stories together as a team. The simple what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) style means that the editor is now an invisible part of the story writing process allowing you to get on with what is needed. It provides just enough formatting to support emphasis and clarity-- after all you’re building software, not writing a novel!
As well as all the standard functionality you’d expect of WYSIWYG we have also maintained our unique linking and reporting capabilities - it’s more like what you want is what you get!
To see the WYSIWYG in action and talk with us about this capability join our Hangout on Wednesday 28th March! In the meantime read more about the feature in our latest help docs.
Other updates and bug fixes
We have also added official support for IE9 and deprecated support for IE7 in this release.
This release also includes the latest fix for Rails vulnerabilities. See our latest update on Rails Vulnerability Issues.
Our help contains a full list of all new features and you can learn about all the bugs fixed in this release on our community site.
Get the release now
As you can see we really do listen to what you want, so if you want to influence what we build in the future, provide your feedback or vote for you favorite feature request on the community.
Catch you later
- The Mingle Team
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