Released on: June 4, 2021
Teamwork Cloud 2021x Refresh1 brings several great functionalities, like the possibility to index cross-resource element usage data so later you could query for resources using certain elements from the modeling tool, easier management of new external user permissions and assignments, and the capability to create a hierarchical category structure in the Teamwork Cloud repository.
Global Element Usage Indexing and Search (Technology Preview)
Teamwork Cloud coupled with Elasticsearch engine brings a powerful functionality allowing you to index resources for their element usages within the selected scope of Teamwork Cloud repository and later query these usages through the modeling tool. This enables you to evaluate what impact modifying or deleting certain model elements will have on other models that are using it.
Teamwork Cloud Admin Console is now enriched with a section dedicated to configuration, initiation, and management of resource indexes. You can choose what needs to be indexed, where, and how with just a few clicks!
The Teamwork Cloud Settings application UI allowing you to create and manage index configurations.
The new version of Teamwork Cloud brings an ability to organize your resources in a flexible folder-like manner using nested categories. The hierarchical grouping of categories ensures that your huge repository will not turn into a mess and required resources will be found easier.
Nested categories in Teamwork Cloud.
Managing User Permissions and Assignments
Now all external users created in Teamwork Cloud upon successful authentication can automatically be given a certain set of permissions and assignments. Once you enable the Default user permissions template option, all newly created external users are instantly added to the dedicated Default Template user group. This way you can manage new user permissions and assignments a lot quicker because they simply inherit them from the dedicated user group.
A new option in the Settings application allowing you to manage new user permissions and assignments.
REST API Change Log
The REST API change log concerns the following areas:
- Changes in data types.
- A new query parameter.
- New URLs.