When dealing with permissions we have some definite guidelines – be clear, reduce the number of distinct permissions to make it easy, plan ahead, and work with roles (groups)! We have introduced groups on the project level to make this easier and we now implement a system group for Project Administrators. The purpose is to make it easier to see who has complete control over the project, including the permission set up. Workspace administrators and project administrators can change who is included in the group in the Admin tab for the project under the section for project groups. The project administrator group in your current projects will be populated by the users who have individual full permissions to the project.
The two users with full permissions will be automatically included in the new system group Project administrators.
The activity report is a great way to keep updated on all changes to the documentation on the workspace. To make it easier to understand which project is affected we now split the information per project. The documents that are on the top level only will continue to be listed straight under the workspace and project documentation under each project. An added benefit is that users with access to documents only through the project will also start getting activity reports.
Nobody likes talking to deaf ears and with this release we make sure that your communication hits the intended target. You can now mention a specific person or group in your post or comment on the project start page to ensure that they get notified about it via email. Just type @ in your text to open a list of people/groups to notify. Notifications are also sent to the original author of a post when someone comments on it.