Here’s a round-up of this month’s highlights:
New API Documentation
Great news for our users that build Ardoq integrations! We released new API documentation that is automatically generated from the source code in the API to ensure that it’s always up-to-date. The documentation is based on Swagger and has an interactive GUI where you can explore the requests and responses to and from the API.
The old documentation did not always reflect the most current state of the API and is now deprecated.
You can access the new API documentation straight in the Ardoq app, under the Help & Support menu in the navigation bar.
Find more details on integrating with Ardoq, automating documentation, or creating custom tools with this REST API tutorial.
Spot Slides To-Be-Migrated In Your Presentations
Quickly identify the slides in your presentations that need to be replaced with the brand-new version of the Relationships view. ✨ Simply look for the small but highlighted ‘Deprecated’ badge next to the name of your slides.
Follow the steps in this guide to successfully replace your slides. If you have Admin rights, you can find the presentations that contain slides that need to be migrated in Preferences > Manage Organization > Migration checklist.
Additional Filter Properties Available In Azure Active Directory People Data Integration
Importing people data from Azure Active Directory People Data is now easier! With additional properties added to the integration, you can now filter down the list of people you import based on department, job title, account status, and more.
New Ways To Authenticate Ardoq With Your AWS Account
You now have an alternative way to authenticate Ardoq with your AWS account that offers a safer approach and better control over who can access your AWS data. The AWS Assume Role service is based on AWS roles and does not require sharing your AWS credentials with Ardoq. This authentication method allows a specific Ardoq's AWS Role to make AWS API calls on behalf of your AWS role.
Find more details on how to set up your AWS integration with this step-by-step guide.
Enhancement To Presentations
The presentation title in Edit mode is now case-sensitive. Previously, the Edit mode was in all caps, increasing the risk of typos in the presentation’s Play mode.
UI Improvements To Survey Tables
The survey table got a facelift that will make reading data easier for you. The main changes include:
allowing text to overflow up to 3 lines before cutting off the text
decreasing some padding so that the data has more space
allowing the first column to take up more of the space than the other columns
A Few Small but Mighty Releases for Surveys
You can now see your account’s preferred number and currency formatting in Surveys. 🎉 It brings more clarity to what your numbers represent so there are no misunderstandings between you and your stakeholders. Pick the one that’s best for you from Preferences > Your Account Settings > Profile > Locale.
Dutch locale example:
Marking the first step in our project to streamline date pickers in Ardoq, we have updated the one in Surveys. Its sleek design makes it possible to quickly navigate between date and time and allows for scrolling to swiftly select a time.
Sort And Search Options In The Broadcasts Overview Page
There’s now an easier and faster way to find a broadcast in the Broadcasts Overview page, with Sort and Search options.
Simply click on the column header to sort your broadcasts in ascending or descending order, or use the search bar to look for a specific broadcast.
New Guides to Learn and Upskill
Check out the latest guide on getting started with Application Integration Management if you want to understand how your applications are interconnected and make informed decisions when planning for change
Curious to learn more about good Enterprise Architecture governance? Read about what it is, why we talk about it, and why it matters in this blog post.