1. Mirror stops displaying deleted data
Now, when an item that is connected to a mirror column gets deleted/archived, you will be prompted to remove the connection. A trigger will appear requiring you to take action so that you can be aware that the connection needs to be removed or changed.
This feature is 100% released to Basic & Standard, 60% released to Pro and not yet released to ENT yet. Full release - by end of Q.
2. Single-widget mode on boards/dashboards
When a user wants to use a single widget (e.g.: Gantt chart, Timeline, Table widget, etc.), the UX needed to be improved. There's some wasted space, redundant UI, etc.
In the past, we had fullscreen board views - 1 visual per tab. Then we converted those views to enable multiple widgets on a single tab. That was great for people who use dashboards for reporting use cases, but it was a step back for people who used Gantt charts, Timelines, and other work surfaces.
When using a Dashboard view with a single widget, now users can "dock" the widget to the toolbar, making it occupy all provided screen space more efficiently:
This feature was fully released to all except Enterprise.
3. Apps - Custom object app feature
Builders (Marketplace builders/partners) can now create apps in a full page context ("custom object") (not in a context of a board/item). And Monday users are now able to add new apps in the same way they create new boards/docs.
4. New app feature - Account setting view
Apps can now have a dedicated space to display the global settings that impact the entire account!
The Apps Framework team have introduced a new app feature called Account Settings View. They found that some apps have settings that affect the whole account, but due to lack of dedicated space, they are showing it inside an existing board view, or in a dedicated "settings" board view, or completely outside of monday.com!
For these types of apps we are offering the Account Settings View feature. It works similarly to other views - it allows the developer to render any content inside an iframe. The users can then access this view by going to the app listing on the Installed Apps page - a new tab called Settings will appear.
You can also access the Settings in two more ways:
The Go to App Settings button that will appear in View Settings.
2. Users can click on their profile picture > Admin > Apps. They will then select the three dots (...) next to the app they wish to use and click Settings.
Both buttons open up the same Settings tab inside the Installed Apps page.
Note: if your app is not listed in the marketplace (still in development or private), a standalone modal with the settings view will open up instead.