We have launched some great updates to Creative Force and are happy to share the release notes with you!
James and the product team
Filter by Product State and Status
We have broken down the current product status' into State and Status
State = Active or Inactive
Status = Backlog, To Do, In Progress or Done
This now makes it possible to filter the Products view by a products State and/ or Status. These options can also be used to sort the view.
View Crop in Post Production QC
It's now possible to view a margin overlay on images in Post Production QC. This view can be toggled on or off via the 'crop' icon in the top left of the window.
It is also possible to see the margins when in the 'compare before & after' view - the icon is at the top right of the window in this view.
Note: The margin overlay will only be displayed on images where 'cropping' values have been added to the image preset.
Style Guide filter
We've added a further attribute to the filter options in the Style Guide overview.
It is now possible to filter the view to display:
- 'Enabled' Style Guides
- 'Disabled' Style Guides
- 'All' Style Guides
Your filter preferences are now retained when you navigate away from the Style Guide page, ensuring you can carry on where you left off when returning to the page.
We've now published our first Public API and have introduced a developer tool allowing your development team to register applications and create an API to Creative Force.
You can read more about accessing the Developer tool here
Multiple active selections
Multiple 'open' selection sessions is a pretty cool new feature in Kelvin.
Users are now able to save selection 'sessions', retaining any activity completed, and return to them at a later stage.
Saved selections are listed in a drop-down menu and can be re-opened by selecting one from the list or by scanning the sample label again.
Sort images by filename
User can also adjust the criteria for the order in which images in the watched folder are displayed.
Images can now be displayed in order by either file name or creation date/ time.
Additional hotkeys for capture screen
- Click CMD (Ctrl) + F to toggle the search
- Hit ESC to remove search input
- Click CMD (Ctrl) + S: Save current selection
Questions, ideas or feedback?
We're striving to create the best product for you and your team! Feel free to drop us a line via email/chat or submit your ideas and feedback directly to our product team via email@example.com.