As we wrapped up a fruitful July, we begin to head into August with some fresh perspective on how to best serve our customers and continuously evolve our platform. As such, we're excited to share some quick updates with you regarding our latest release. Being fully transparent with the current status of our evolution, we've included the respective card numbers alongside each new feature, user interface update, and bug fix for reference by our users.
Ensuring our platform is consistently meeting the needs of an ever-evolving Apple IT administrator, we've added some new features available for use today. New features added this release include but are not limited to:
- Removing a device from a policy now logs an event within the events dashboard. (AM-3102)
- Added fixed-width fonts in scripting/code input dialogs and panes (AM-2961)
- Created new AutoTask API Header calls for AutoTask API Changes (AM-3077)
- Enhanced notification popups (AM-2940)
- Changes made to Global Settings are now logged in the Events Dashboard for enhanced auditing purposes (AM-3002)
- Performed mapping of configuration type for AutoTask Integration (AM-3053)
- Implemented mapping of the device type for AutoTask Integration (AM-3124)
Event logging when devices are removed or added to a policy.
User Interface Improvements
Servicing and managing Apple devices should continue to be a natural and straightforward process. We are committed to keeping our users' administrative experience the best one available in the industry today. Reflecting this commitment, we continue to gather community feedback and have invested a significant amount of time into advancing highly requested areas of our user interface. These recent user interface updates include but are not limited to:
- General typography improvements and a change to system fonts for a more natural appearance (AM-3076)
- System notifications no longer cover the top header and logo, but rather appear above it (AM-2940)
- Standardized column spacing in the Applications dashboard table (AM-3092)
- Policy selection box in devices view is no longer overlapped by other panes (AM-3025)
- Implemented different font color for warning messages (AM-3094)
- Fixed an issue that caused the GoLive Devices in Navigation Panel to ellipsis (AM-3027)
- Fixed an issue that caused the Devices Grid Column to appear very small when limited devices are in view (AM-3120)
- Fixed a mismatch of colors in the Dashboard > Assets section (AM-3131)
- Implemented consistent font behavior (AM-3019)
Interface now uses system fonts for a more natural experience
Bash command inputs now use a native console font
- Resolved an issue where the Executive Dashboards alert information was incorrect (AM-2938)
- Fixed an issue where restricted software items at a policy level could still be deployed through GoLive. (AM-2006)
- Resolved an edge-case where Profiles were not abiding by conditions. (AM-3007)
- Fixed User Interface error that would occur after canceling a software item in a Policy (AM-3063)
- Fixed spacing in Applications Dashboard (AM-3092)
- Set the help text instruction on the Catalog to reference the correct pane (AM-3123)
- Fixed an issue that was causing macOS Updates to reinstall if a reboot is required and has not occurred (AM-2679)
- Fixed an issue that allowed Custom Software to use negative numbers (AM-2930)
- Fixed an issue that allowed duplicate policy restrictions to a catalog item (AM-2923)
- Fixed an issue that permitted applications removed from a Policy to still be visible in Self-Service (AM-2588)
- Fixed an issue that allowed you to select Addigy Remote Control when grayed out (AM-2121)
- Fixed an issue with Custom Software conditions not using quotes for the directory path (AM-2267)
Once again, we would like to give a big thanks to our Addigy users for their continued support. Because of you, we continue striving towards being a little better than we were yesterday.
Not an Addigy user yet? Contact our team today to learn more about how we empower our users to succeed every day. Looked at Addigy in the past? We challenge you to take another look and see what's changed. We are confident you will like what you see.
Keep I.T. Real,
The Addigy Team.