Command shortcuts take seconds to set up and give users a quick way to execute commands without first opening the CommandBar. Sometimes, users don't understand how shortcuts work, so they'll try searching for a command by its shortcut.
To let them know how shortcuts work, we'll now show a tooltip when a user searches for a command by keyboard shortcut.
There's no "right" way to use a keyboard shortcut though; if your users prefer to start every command with command/ctrl+k and then searching by shortcut, they can do that too :) Searching for a keyboard shortcut will now always show the command whose shortcut matches the query at the top of the results list.
How can I turn this on? 🛠
If you don't already use shortcuts, all you need is to add a shortcut to one of your commands!Read More
When you use CommandBar for content search (using quickfind), you can let users search for an object by any field by making the fields searchable. This makes it easy for users to discover content they're interested in.
Now, when a user's query matches a searchable field, we'll show a nicely styled tag letting the user know what field their query matches!
Let's break down the screenshot above.
If you already have a quickfind record with searchable fields, you are good to go!
If you do not, here is how you can give your users this experience:
We redesigned the interface your users can use to give you feedback from CommandBar! Hopefully the fresher look makes it so fun to give feedback that your users give you even more :)
By default, when a user's query does not return any search results, they are prompted to provide feedback. Additionally, at any point a user can click on the chat bubble icon in the bottom right of CommandBar to reach the feedback interface.Read More
The Editor used to occasionally experience slight delays on load, especially if you had more than 50 commands set up. Now, it loads before you can even think about it loading.
Happy editing!Read More
Want to know how many users are using your CommandBar? Curious about individual user activity? Only interested in a specific group of users? We've got you covered! We are thrilled to introduce the very first version of the Users table.
There are three things you and your team can do with the Users table.
1. Summary of your users: A funnel showing you how many users CommandBar has seen, all the way down to how many users are using CommandBar frequently.
2. User-specific data: number of executions, deadends; when we first/last saw the user
3. Easy user filtering: use the button on the top right to filter users based on metadata you provide. For example, you can use the filter to show only users from your production environment, or a single customer organization.
Please let us know if there are other features you'd like to see here!
Check out your Users Table at https://app.commandbar.com/analytics/users!Read More
The Editor has a new look, with a new coat of paint on almost every scren. Beyond making the Editor look amazing, there are two core principles that guided this effort:
Bunched in with this re-design, we changed the command detail view to make command settings easier to find and adjust. For example, some of our previously nestled settings (e.g., shortcuts) are now un-nested.
Open the Editor and take the new version for a spin. Let us know what you think!Read More
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