Sapho 4.1 is packed with new features and updates. Let’s take a look!
If you store your PDFs, office documents, or images in databases or other data stores, Sapho allows you to display them on smart devices at any time, no matter where you are.
Sapho already supports running micro apps within SharePoint and now it also allows you to pull data, such as lists and other content, from SharePoint and build micro apps on top of it.
We are rolling out a new concept of micro apps with a stronger focus on role-based tasks. As a result, we’ve added a lot of new turnkey micro apps to Sapho in this release to help you dig the most useful information out of your corporate systems in a matter of seconds.
We have split individual functions like submitting, approving, or searching (e.g. Concur or Expensify expense reports) into different turnkey micro apps to make it easier to complete specific actions faster.
And since the number of micro app templates is continuing to grow, you can now select which micro app templates you would like to create in Sapho, instead of automatically creating them all at once.
If you need to link two pages in a micro app that are based on different business objects, you must manually set up transition settings in order for Sapho to understand what you want to show and how it should behave.
Sapho now supports manually setting up page transitions from a list of records to the record detail page of a related entity. For instance, this can be used when you want to navigate a user from a specific record in a list of Salesforce opportunities to the related account detail page.
Buttons in micro apps can provide users with many different actions based on company data. In the case that you store phone numbers, you can now directly make phone calls from Sapho using the brand new call phone action. For instance, sales reps can easily make phone calls to your customers while in the field.
Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) is the newest member of our security providers family. If your infrastructure is based on ADFS, your employees can now use ADFS technology for authentication when logging into their Sapho micro apps.
Last but not least, the existing Auth0.com security provider was enhanced with user group support. So, for instance, you can now restrict which user groups have access to which micro apps.
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