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⏎ Advanced RBAC
At Brainboard, we like to rework existing features while improving them at the same time.
1. New User Interface (UI)
- Experience a sleek and intuitive design that enhances user interaction and efficiency when giving permissions, managing roles & inviting new members to collaborate.
2. Enhanced Role Management
- Streamlined process to manage roles and their associated permissions.
- Directly link permissions to your specific environment, architectures, and workflows for a tailored experience.
3. Granular Permission Control
- Dive deeper into permission settings with the ability to narrow down permissions at various levels:
- Organization Level: Control and delegate access across your entire organization.
- Architecture Level: Define permissions specific to different architectures within your setup.
- Project Level: Ensure the right people have the right access for individual projects.
Stay tuned for more updates and improvements!
🚓 2 Factor Authentication
We are thrilled to announce a new security feature! To further protect your account and data, Brainboard now allows you to enable or disable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) at your discretion.
2FA adds an extra layer of security to your account, ensuring that you're the only person who can access it, even if someone knows your password. It's a simple, effective way to prevent unauthorized access.
We strongly recommend enabling 2FA to keep your Brainboard account as secure as possible. After all, your peace of mind is our priority!
Stay safe and keep building amazing things with Brainboard! 🚀
➕ 💬 Microsoft Teams plugin
We just released the Microsoft Teams plugins, here how it works:
🏌🏻♂️ Connected people show many times
The bug being fixed in this statement pertains to the display of connected users in Brainboard, a cloud management solution. Specifically, the issue is that when the same person connects from different tabs, Brainboard was showing their avatar multiple times in the top bar. This can cause confusion for users, as it may not be immediately clear how many unique users are currently connected.
The development team has fixed this issue by implementing a system that detects when the same user connects from multiple tabs and only displays their avatar once in the top bar. This ensures that the number of connected users displayed in the top bar is accurate and reduces confusion for users.
In summary, the bug that was fixed is that when the same person connects from different tabs, Brainboard was showing their avatar multiple times in the top bar, which caused confusion for users. The development team has fixed this issue by implementing a system that detects when the same user connects from multiple tabs and only displays their avatar once in the top bar, ensuring that the number of connected users displayed in the top bar is accurate.
➕ Invite users during onboarding
The bug fix being mentioned in this statement pertains to the onboarding process in Brainboard, a cloud management solution. The issue being addressed is that users were not able to invite their colleagues during the onboarding process.
This bug has been fixed and now users can invite their colleagues during the onboarding process on Brainboard. This means that users can now collaborate with their team members during the setup and configuration of their cloud architecture, which can increase the overall efficiency of the design process.
Collaboration allows multiple users to work on the same project simultaneously, which can save time and reduce the chances of errors. By having multiple team members working on the same architecture diagram, for example, one team member can work on the design while another team member can work on the configurations. This can lead to a faster and more efficient design process.
Additionally, collaboration also allows team members to share their knowledge and expertise, which can lead to better and more innovative solutions. By working together, team members can bounce ideas off of one another and provide constructive feedback, which can result in a more robust and effective architecture.
In summary, the bug fix allows users to invite their colleagues during the onboarding process in Brainboard, which enables them to collaborate with their team members during the setup and configuration of their cloud architecture. Collaboration can increase the overall efficiency of the design process by allowing multiple users to work on the same project simultaneously, sharing knowledge and expertise, and providing constructive feedback.