Release Notes - 2024.01.24

Welcome to the latest One Model product release update. This article provides an overview of the product innovations and improvements to be delivered on 24 January 2024.  

User Experience 

  • We are thrilled to announce the beta release of Sankey Diagram data visualizations in Storyboards. Designed to show the flow of data or networks through a hierarchy, a process, or time, Sankey Diagrams can convey complex information in a clear and concise manner.  Read more in our Beta - Sankey Diagram guide. Select customers will have the opportunity to try out our exciting new feature and provide feedback to our teams. For more information, speak with your Customer Success Lead.  (ref 12417) 

Minor Improvements & Bugs Squashed

  • We fixed an issue where the Preferences page might not work if the website cache got out of sync. The cache will now be kept up to date when this page is loaded. (ref 18591)
  • We addressed a recurring bug with long names in Storyboard filter nodes that were hiding the > icon at the end of the row to indicate that there were more levels to drill down into. The  > should now appear at the end of every row where it applies, irrespective of the length of the name of the node. (ref 15699, 18557)
  • We resolved an issue where the tile action menu was truncated if the tile dimensions were smaller than the menu size. The dropdown menu now extends beyond the tile frame, enabling proper display. (ref 4764)
  • We fixed a bug in the Storyboard filter bar where the detailed selection area might not load when you were using the search option. (ref 18443)
  • We fixed an error which was occurring when a One AI Recipe was copied from an existing model for a new machine learning model and then edit was clicked prior to saving. (ref 2857)
  • Added 2024.01.25 - We patched a bug where the Application Access Roles Users Page was being directed to an old UI instead of the new Users page. (ref 18763)
  • Added 2024.01.25 - We fixed an issue where Data Destinations would fail if it took more than 15 minutes to extract a single table from Redshift which is possible for some of the larger tables for larger customers. (ref 16887)



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