The ‘Upload allowed’ option for shared folder recipients has been updated so that they can not only upload files, but also create and upload folders.
When you share a folder with the ‘Is Admin’ option selected, that user becomes a fellow owner of the folder. This means that they will be able to share files/folders within that folder, access audit logs, rename files/folders, delete files/folders and make sharing permission adjustments:
Multiple improvements to DekkoSIGN:
Padding has been increase to make moving text, image and signature blocks around on touch screens easier
The padding outline has been changed to red to make blocks more easily identifiable on text-heavy documents
The time and date button for signatures has been split so that they can be inserted into documents separately
Audit logs in the tenancy management dashboard are now exportable as a .csv file for your records. Make sure you apply appropriate filters to produce more meaningful collections of data and to reduce file sizes and processing time:
Minor UI improvements have been made all over Dekko to make the overall experience better. This includes more intuitively named options and better menu organisation throughout.
Now when you share a document the system will tell you when the recipient has read it in the form of an initial next to the [shared] tag. When you hover your mouse over the [JS] tag for example, it will say ‘viewed by John Smith’. Files will also be marked when you have read them too.
There is now a back button so that when you’ve finished reading a document you can return back to the folder it was contained within. The same behaviour will now occur after you save an approved document.
On iPads documents are now scrollable so that you can move around in the document while zoomed in.
Azure Active Directory integration is now available on Dekko. This means that your organisation can leverage its existing identity and authorisation management system to create and sign in to Dekko accounts (and you won’t need to remember a new password!).