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Administrators can require editors to add a comment when sending content for review. See Collaboration in the Episerver User Guide.
In Project Overview, the Show comments icon is changed to the same one used for the Comments pane shown outside of projects.
Notifications in the user interface are now automatically marked as read when the notification window is closed. This improves the notification feature as the notification counter in the bell icon is reset after you open and close the notification window and will only display new notifications after that. Previously, the counter was cleared when you closed the window but the number was displayed again when the page was reloaded, unless you manually marked them as read.
The following improvements have been added to the date/time picker:
See also Ryan Bare's blog post for more information.
The following improvements have been made to trash (also called the recycle bin):
See Linh Nguyen's blog post and also Deleting and restoring content in the Episerver User Guide.
The image property now comes with a thumbnail that makes it easier for you to see which image is actually used. You can also drag and drop images from the assets pane or from your computer straight into the image property.
See Bartosz Sekuła's blog post and also Adding and editing images in the Episerver User Guide.
To make content collaboration and communication easier, you can now add and view comments on content items, even if they are not associated with a project. The commenting functionality is accessed via a new commenting pane in the user interface. Toggle the pane with a toolbar button.
See also Ben McKernan's blog post and Adding comments in the Episerver Platform User Guide.
In the Select Image dialog box, you can now upload an image (by the context menu or by drag and drop) and then insert it on your page without having to leave the dialog. In this dialog box, you can also move images between folders, copy, and rename images, etc.
See Grzegorz Wiecheć' blog post for more information and also Adding and editing images in the Episerver User Guide.
A new checkbox has been added to the content approval sequences allowing administrators to prevent users from approving their own changes.
See Alex Wang's blog post and Managing content approval sequences in the Episerver User Guide for more information.
Episerver World will occasionally publish RSS notifications on new Episerver features or other useful information. You will get a notification in the user interface (in the bell icon) whenever a new post has been published. Clicking on the notification will take you to an article on World.
The "beta/domUpdated" message introduced in CMS UI 11.2.0 is no longer needed. The On-Page Editing (OPE) overlays are now updated automatically. See John-Philip Johansson's blog post and Editing user interface in the Episerver CMS Developer Guide.
A new Property Value List that allows the editors to input multiple primitive values has been introduced. Available types are:
See Bartosz Sekuła's blog post.