Commenting on cards: We released commenting across both web and mobile for board cards. Now you can have discussions in full context of Anaplan data with a different conversation thread per context selection.
We released Phase 2 for two new versions of Microsoft Office Extensions, both available for download on Anapedia. Phase 3 will come in December.
Leverage UX ALM to associate dev and prod models with pages: New functionality enables a single page to support application lifecycle flows without requiring separate development and production apps. Please take a look at the updated best-practices blog on the Anaplan Community for more information on how to leverage the new UX ALM capabilities. Specifically, where you have access to models, you can:
Choose between different source models associated with a page.
Associate multiple models with a page so you can switch the source model of a page as part of an application lifecycle. For example, Dev, Prod 1, Prod 2, etc.
Make draft page changes against a development model and save before publishing to the production model or models.
Reorder items in View Designer: You can now reorder Line Items, Time, Versions, Lists, List Subsets, and Line Item Subsets in View Designer. This allows the builder to reorder line items directly in the UX without using Saved Module Views or navigating back to the model. This provides more efficient build time and enables access to more functionality with custom views in the UX.
The hierarchy filter is now available on the Maps, Gantt, and Scatter/Bubble chart:
Maps: Drill into different areas in the region hierarchy in conjunction with the “Show only matched items” setting.
Gantt: Drill down on specific projects or tasks in a large program hierarchy.
Scatter/Bubble: Drill down on a product or opportunity hierarchy to only see bubbles/points for that area, making the results clearer.
Transactional APIs: New Anaplan data integration APIs will export cell data without using actions, and will allow users to access model metadata and update model calendar time period.
Anaplan Connector for Power BI: Easily access self-service data visualization and analytics with Microsoft Power BI. Save time and resources by eliminating the need for IT involvement to setup a separate integration between Anaplan and Power BI.
We’re excited to release a new batch of Transactional APIs that will include new capabilities for you glean new insights about data and make targeted updates. New APIs will include the ability to:
Report on model space consumption to make better-informed decisions about models.
Monitor model objects for changes and updates.
Make API calls at regular intervals to understand changes in model lists.
We’re happy to announce an upcoming update release of the Anaplan Connector for Informatica. This will be included with the Informatica IICS December 2020 release. The updated connector includes multiple enhancements for a better integration experience with Anaplan. The connector addresses improves authentication for long running integration jobs and adds retry logic for additional integration use cases. Key improvements to the connector include:
Remove Self-Service SAML connections: Security administrators will be able to delete SS SAML connections from the administrator console. This will allow administrators to remove any connections made to an identity provider that are no longer needed.
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