enaio® 11.0 release
E-mail management and hosting, mobile working and collaboration
In summer 2023, the new version 11.0 of enaio® will be available.
With the release of the latest version, our market-leading ECM product enaio® offers a wide range of new features and optimizations that make working with documents and e-mails more convenient. The release also makes things easier for admins and developers. The optimizations and new features include:
Globally (i. e. as a basic setting for the entire system), it is defined if the familiar table view or the card view is displayed by default to users. It can be defined and decided individually – per object type and working method – which of the two views is best suited for daily work. enaio® keeps the selected setting user-specific.
In addition to the object hit lists and the history view, users can also choose between a map or table view at the location or for the result of a full text search.
The result cards at object hit lists and in the location include a title and some customizable relevant data to differentiate between similar documents, and important status information. In the history, the action is provided with a date. In addition to the object type as the title, the result of a full-text search also displays a text excerpt with the search term found and the quality (i.e., the accuracy of the hit). This means that users always receive important information that matches the context.
With the mouse movement, an “action button” becomes visible on each map, which executes the default action configured by the administrator with a single click. Simple filtering and sorting options round off the current scope of the card view in version 11.0 and at the same time provide the basis for subsequent functions.
In general, there will always be changes to the design with the new versions and the service releases for the latest version in order to give the enaio® webclient a more modern look and feel and to sustainably improve the “User Experience (UX)”. This “agile” approach with its step-by-step procedure makes it possible to provide the first improvements promptly, to receive quick feedback from users, and to incorporate this feedback directly into all further design considerations.