Version 1.9 - New editor and translation possibility
We have implemented a WYSIWYG editor, so it's easier for you to create and edit your terms
Your present terms will be migrated, so there's no loss of data
For terms with HTML tags, you can still use an HTML editor (not supported by us)
If you are using Linchpin (or the Linchpin Management Plugin), you can translate your terms into different languages
Version 1.8 - Improve PDF view
Desktop vs. PDF view
You may have designed a clear disclaimer so your PDF should look the same way. This was done in 1.8.
Empty Terms should not be displayed
If you installed the plugin in a version < 1.6 and did not configure any disclaimer, it might happen your users get an disclaimer showing ''undefined'. This disclaimer is not shown anymore in 1.8 and will be deleted once and for all.
Version 1.8.1 - Improve PDF view II
Some more adjustments for the PDF view
The PDF uses the styles of the disclaimers html view. Furthermore some special chars are handled correctly.
This was an internal release
Version 1.8.3 - Bugfix release
Technical Cache fixes
Fix for administration overview of agreements
Version 1.8.4 - Data Center compatibility release
We are happy to announce Data Center and read only mode compatibility
Version 1.8.5 - Compatibility Release
We are now compatible with
Secure Login (2FA) - Confluence
Enterprise Password Policy - Confluence
Version 1.7 - The GDPR Release
Agreement log for user activities
Administrators are now able to see the user's status regarding the terms, such as "revoked" or "no action yet". You can therefore see which users have already accepted the terms.
Version history of previous terms
Previously, when you changed the terms, all user agreements and the previous version of the terms were deleted. To comply with the GDPR, there is now a version history for the terms and agreements. Administrators can now see the actions users took (or didn't take) to previous terms and and review earlier version's of the terms' content.
User information when revoking the terms
By revoking the terms after a user has accepted them once means that they are logged out of the system and, if configured, the administrator gets an email notification. Users will see an additional warning so they don't revoke their agreement by mistake.
API for Linchpin Mobile
Your users need to be able to accept the terms even when they are using the Linchpin Mobile app. We have implemented the backend API, and our Linchpin Mobile team will use this to implement the interface in the app.
We have added the context path for accepting and revoking the terms.
The administration section can now always be accessed, even if the disclaimer is not accepted. This enables administrators to deactivate the plugin in case of an error.