Version 2.16

Release 2.16.9

Available from June 22th, 2022


  • Problem with the calculation of the levels in older browsers (FireFox version 78 and smaller) has been fixed.

Release 2.16.8

Available from June14th, 2022


  • Improved speed of AppNavi in Service Now.
  • Method for zIndex calculation improved.
  • Fixed Planner crash when it was open too long.

Release 2.16.7

Available from June 6th, 2022


  • Problems with finding elements have been fixed.

Release 2.16.6

Available from May 30th, 2022


  • The performance of the calculation of the display layer (zIndex) has been improved.

Release 2.16.5

Available from May 23th, 2022


  • A issue with the creation of users has been fixed. It is no longer possible to create a user with a mail address that is already in use.

Release 2.16.4

Available from May 18th, 2022


  • Fixed a problem with the display of the avatar in the FireFox browser.

Release 2.16.3

Available from May 13th, 2022


  • Fixed reload issue in startRoute API method.
  • Fixed problems with displaying the most used content in the portal.

Release 2.16.2

Available from May 9th, 2022


  • Fixed problems with displaying content in different languages.
  • Fixed a problem with content validation (length restriction in the portal).

Release 2.16.1

Available from May 3rd, 2022


  • Fixed issues with managing Target Audiences.

Release 2.16.0

Available from April 28th, 2022


User Behavior Mining
User behavior mining allows analyzing the behavior of users in an application before content like routes or news has even been created. Behavioral pattern analysis provides deep insights into how users use software. After using user behavior mining, the following questions can be answered quite easily:

  • How many users use the software?
  • How long will the software be used by a user?
  • How regularly and at what times is the software used?
  • Which functions of a software are used?
  • At which points in the software do problems occur?

Our AI-powered algorithm detects behavioral patterns by users. These insights are visualized and also allow to generate learning content directly from a behavior pattern. User behavior mining sets the highest standards for data security and user privacy.

Client API
The revised, comprehensive AppNavi Client API enables even better interaction between the host system and AppNavi. For example, it is possible to start a route via API or to display a news article as an announcement. Event hooks allow to react on AppNavi controlled actions like e.g. a route start.

Move Content
This feature allows moving content (routes, news, learning collections, etc.) between different subscriptions, provided that more than one subscription exists and the user has the appropriate permissions.

Mass Publishing
Bulk operations for publishing content allow to publish or update a variety of content like routes, news or learning collections in parallel. This can save the user a lot of time, as not every content has to be published individually.

Version Conflict Management
The intelligent version management checks changes and informs the user if content is changed in parallel by multiple users. This mechanism prevents changes made by another user from being unknowingly overwritten.

Target Audiences
The new system of target group addressing makes it possible to formulate rules based on which content is displayed for a specific target group. This new feature complements the one previously known as content label.

Copy Content
If multiple subscriptions are available in a tenant and the logged-in user has appropriate permissions, the user can copy a content to another target subscription.

Title Recording
When recording steps, AppNavi now tries to determine a context-related title and sets it for the step. For example, when recording a click action, a title like "Click Button" was always assigned until now. With the new function, the title is much more meaningful and is, for example, "Save Element".

News Editor
The new news editor in the portal allows to design news as they will be displayed later. This greatly simplifies the process of creating news.

User Management
Managing users in the portal has been made much easier. This includes the function to reset the password of a user at any time.

Avatar Visibility Configuration
It is now possible to set per application whether the avatar should be displayed in an application or not. If the avatar is hidden, the AppNavi functions such as custom code execution are still available. Thanks to a key system, users who have configured the correct key in the browser can display the avatar and use all AppNavi functions.

Debug function for automation mode
In AppNavi Planner it is now possible to test routes in "Automation mode" when creating them. This function facilitates the testing of routes enormously.

Improvement of Progress Tracking
We have significantly improved the content progress tracking mechanism. The display of displayed or not displayed content, such as news or routes, now works much more reliably.

New Tabs Categorization in Avatar
We have revised the tab display in the avatar. This makes it easier to find content such as routes or news in avatar.

CSP Configuration for Chrome Extension
The feature to overwrite the CSP of a web application has been removed, as it will no longer be supported in upcoming Chrome Extension versions for security reasons. The CSP configuration must now be adjusted in the application itself or on the web server.

Content Rating
The content rating function has been removed. Instead, the usage and popularity of a content can now be tracked via Analytics.