6.22 Platform Release Notes


Version: 6.22.0

UAT Release Date: January 12, 2021


Quick Reminders


In October we launched Workspaces. Workspaces offer a more efficient way to manage multiple applications in the platform. Since then, we’ve added a range of updates based on your feedback. This is a reminder that we're moving Workspaces to General Availability in the next UAT release on January 12th, 2021.

What does that mean for you?

Workspaces becomes the default view on January 12th. App Builder will still be accessible via Settings until the second half of 2021. But, we encourage you to use Workspaces as we’ll continue to add updates. These updates will increase your productivity and efficiency in the platform.

Workspace Release Highlights

  • New filters added for quick access in Advanced Search (for example, Created by Me, Locked by Me, Recent).

  • Search now accepts empty strings.

  • Using Advanced Search, you can shortcut to an app.

  • Using Shared Elements, you can see connected apps.

  • Activate the Quick Search from anywhere in Workspaces, using the / hotkey.

jQuery Upgrade

The platform will upgrade to jQuery version 3.5.1 of on November 30th, 2020. With this upgrade, we'll only continue to support valid self-closing HTML tags. You can find more information on this upgrade on jQuery’s website.

The following is the complete list of valid self-closing tags:

  • <area />

  • <br />

  • <col />

  • <embed />

  • <hr />

  • <img />

  • <input />

  • <link />

  • <meta />

  • <param />

What does this mean for you?

This affects configurations using Content and/or HTML Element components. For components with non-valid self-closing HTML tags, you will need to update to valid HTML. Otherwise, your application may not render as expected. Please refer to the upgrade timeline outlined below. Our Customer Success team will do an impact analysis and reach out to you if this affects your Production application.

Upgrade Timeline

  • UAT (User Acceptance Testing) - January 12th, 2021

  • Production - January 26th, 2021

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