We’re building in public. Here’s what has changed recently.
This release brings support for creating and editing simple Tables in all your documents.
appendflag to documents.update API endpoint to allow appending content to the end of a document
Powershellformatting options in code blocks
Mkey is correctly mapped to "Move document" again
ESCkey no longer reverts to editing mode after exiting it
Tabkey should allow nesting of lists
CMD+Enterwill now publish the current document if it's a draft
Esckey now exits editing a document
Nkey is now a shortcut to start a new document in the current collection
Welcome to the first release of 2019! We're kicking the year off right with a big new feature – private collections. It's now possible to create a hidden collection that is only visible to team members that you invite, a much requested addition.
This release introduces rich document embeds. Pasting share links from supported services will now show an interactive embed inside the document. The following services are support at this time:
We added a rich text area to the top of collections so you can add more details than just a name. This is great for when a collection represents an area of your company and makes it easy to add links to other company resources.
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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