We have added the possibility to require a UPN (User Principal Name) when creating a new user. We also added the possibility to create your own instructions for the UPN-field and the Unique ID field, to make it easier for the users to fill in the correct information.
Sending a project from a company case study to multiple CVs now automatically includes all the relevant fields for the CVs. We also added the option to add the dates from the duration of the case study.
Based on wider adaption of our case study functionality, we have added some new fields to enable the possibilities of a more detailed data capture in the case studies.
Based on some users misinterpreting the interaction in the download modal, we redesigned it to give users better feedback of the currently selected filetype and content language.
Each custom tag category and custom tag now have an optional field for a unique ID, making it easier connecting and administrating custom tags through API-integrations.
As our WYSIWYG template editor gets wider adoption, the PowerPoint-version has now been upgraded with a new column property, so you can make text flow across columns.
It is now possible to turn on a compliance setting where CV Partner will automatically delete any users that have been deactivated for more than three months.
We just translated the application to Swedish. Users located in Sweden will now automatically get a Swedish User interface.
You can now set line height on paragraphs in the template editor for case studies.
The last couple of months, we have been working intensely on developing our underlying architecture to be able to further enhance our product with both updated and new innovative features.
You can now upload images to the project experiences and use these images to create visually stunning documentation for your bids and proposals.
We just released a new permission role - Department manager, enabling users that only needs limited write access for a particular subset of CVs and Case studies.
You are now able to download your tailored CVs/Resumes and Case Studies for bids and proposals as a single document. Rearrange the elements in your proposal to achieve the preferred order in the downloaded file.
Users can now search for case studies based on departments. Whenever a case study is created, the creators department is automatically added to the case study. Departments can also be added manually, so there are no limit to how many departments that can own a certain case study.
The Roles overview section has now gone through its second iteration. As planned, it is now possible to rename all the roles across the project experiences in a CV. Perfect for tailoring a proposal towards a customer with specific requests, but also good for users wanting to unify roles in their CV.
All CVs now have a new section in their CVs called "Roles overview" where we show all the unique roles across their projects. The roles can be highlighted and rearranged to be easily tailored for each proposal. This is a great way to highlight the previous roles on the front page of the CV.
Today marks the initial release of the brand new merger: a complete revamp of how merging and pushing back changes from proposal CVs to Master-CVs works.
Users are now able to filter on custom tags in the same way you filter departments, enabling you to have a more customisable organisational structure inside the solution.
We just enabled masterdata for roles in project experiences. Administrators can now define and clean up all the roles in your database using Masterdata.
We just made it possible to export CVs and Case studies to customised PowerPoint templates. You can even create the templates yourselves, in your web browser!
Administrators can now add and edit their own departments
Administrators can now merge official masterdata.
Based on feedback from our users, we have made it clear what departments are selected in the search for CV's.
Collaborative proposals let you work with bid teams across different companies, from inside the CV Partner solution - in a highly secure way.