We’re building in public. Here’s what we’ve been changing recently.
We've been working on a Zapier integration. If you're interested in hooking Outline events up to other aspects of your teams workflow, give it a look! React to documents being created or automatically create documents in specific collections from external events. Find more information on the Zapier integation here.
This update fixes an important issue where Slack integrations would be associated with the first user in the database. On the hosted version of Outline all of these integrations ended up associated with an inactive test user and have since been purged from the db.
If you connected Slack since June 3rd 2018 you'll need to do so again.
Scrolling the sidebar now works in Firefox
CMD+Know triggers search, the same as Slack. #671
Downloadoption on documents now works from list views such as the homepage. Previously it only worked correctly when the document had been previously viewed.
Esckeyboard shortcuts now work whether the editor is focused or not instead of triggering the default browser actions
CMD+Entershortcut now saves and leaves edit mode, as it should
GOOGLE_ALLOWED_DOMAINSenv variable documentation – thanks to new contributor Satyadeep 🎉 #681
We added the ability to sign in to Outline with a Google account, a much requested feature for non-Slack users!
Note: If you already sign in with Slack you should continue to do so as the two accounts won't be automatically merged. If you'd like to enable both Google and Slack auth for your team please get in touch at email@example.com
This release adds the ability to post messages to specific Slack channels when a document is published or updated. We plan that this is the first integration of many to come!
This release updates our paragraph handling to be more inline with other text editors that you're used to. Previously there was "padded" area between paragraphs that could not be edited – this is no longer the case.
This release adds the ability to create and list drafts.