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Feature Release


Release Date:
May 30, 2024

User Management

We’re thrilled to announce the latest feature release for Hubbl Diagnostics, designed to boost collaboration and streamline your team experience. 

User Management is here!

Unlock seamless collaboration and streamlined access control with our new User Management controls: 

  • Admin empowerment: Account admins now have the power to add or deactivate user access directly, without the need to contact support. This puts control in your hands, ensuring efficient user management.
  • Effortless collaboration: Accounts with multiple users can effortlessly manage who has access to run scans and view their results. This means smoother workflows and better collaboration.
  • Cross-team visibility: No more confusion about team members! Now, all users within your account can easily see who else is part of the team, fostering transparency and teamwork.
  • Scalability unlimited: Need to add more team members? No problem! You can now add an unlimited number of users to your account, ensuring scalability as your team grows.

Who can access User Management?

Whether you're a free user or a paid subscriber, as long as you sign up with a work email address, you can leverage these user management capabilities.

Enhanced field usage insights 

To boost scan performance and data quality, field usage data will now be restricted to records created or updated within one year of the scan date. 

This change helps:

  • Improve data accuracy: By excluding outdated records, your scan results will be more relevant and accurate.
  • Speed up scans: Reducing the volume of records scanned shortens scan times and lowers the risk of timeouts, especially for objects with high record volumes.

General fixes and improvements

  • Bug fix: Improved "Review field utilization" recommendations where high and medium effort values were swapped, and multiple entries with the same name could be present for different effort values. The recommendation titles will now contain the number of fields, such as "Review field utilization on objects with 200+ fields."