April saw a host of new features, fixes, and improvements to Logikcull to bring you a smoother, more valuable, and more intuitive experience. Here are the highlights from the past month:
On its face, this looks like any old omelet. And if the layperson in you is thinking “it’s just an ‘only’ operator,” you’re probably in good company. But then, nothing this powerfully simple is actually simple, and when you start reading the recipe -- fold in a sprig of query parsing here, sprinkle a dash of capsule updates there, julienne fresh mapping changes just so -- you start to realize that, like anything else that comes off so effortlessly perfect, it’s not the ingredients here that make the dish, but technique refined over many years and more than a few broken eggs.
Ok, so how does it work? Well, now users in new projects can easily search for and recall any 1:1 email correspondence between two parties using “ONLY” across the following fields:
We’ve also included the “ONLY” operator in the Advanced Search Builder. Bon appétit.
If that new tab under admin preferences doesn't get your blood flowing, you better check your pulse. The Custodissance has achieved lift off, with account-level controls that allow admins to easily create, edit, view and otherwise manage custodians from a central command center. Check this out.
Here's what you need to know:
For more, see our exhaustive FAQ here.
From the creative team that brought you A/V transcription comes a time-jumping thrill ride that must be exported to be believed: Downloadable Transcriptions with Timestamps.
The New York Times calls it “an expertly crafted re-use of existing IP.”
“It practically leaps off the CSV," Rolling Stone raves.
If there’s only one text file you download this summer, make sure it’s a transcribed A/V file with timestamps. Now playing in all subscription accounts everywhere.
After 55 minutes of inactivity in the app, users will now receive the following pop-up...
... which narrowly beat out the other submissions:
Note: the Asheville-based jam band App-Wide Session Keep-Alive threatened legal action over the original name of this feature.
In April, the Logikcull Engineering, Product and Design teams gathered for a three-day bug bashing bonanza over which time they sent no fewer than 44 bugs to meet their makers. In memoriam, here is a brief curated list: