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Release 5.0.212 // 24 November 2018
Release 5.0.212 // 24 November 2018

Sign in with Google in Pilot

Updated over a week ago

This two weekly Carerix release update is a pre-release note. We would like to give you more insights in upcoming changes and give you the opportunity and time to prepare/adapt to upcoming feature releases. In two weeks from now this update will be live.

Sign in with Google in pilot stage

Regularly we are being asked to facilitate Google sign in. We are happy to announce that we will start a pilot in the upcoming weeks to use Google as a authentication method.

For users convenience signing in with a google account is a great asset. Its one username and password less to remember. At the same time it offers a recognizable way of logging on to another application.

Refurbished user menu (Top right)

As you probably already mentioned, for a while Carerix is using Intercom for a large part of its customer communication. To better integrate all the information and communication also our knowledgebase has been moved to intercom. They can be found by clicking the buttons below.

Switching this also means that a couple of references in Carerix have been changed or removed. This is noticeable in the user menu. 

What has changed?

  • The Help Center menu item has been removed. You can easily go to the Carerix help center simply by clicking on the question mark icon in the top bar.

  • The manual item has been removed. All relevant information that was available there can now be found on the help center.

  • The feedback item is re-introduced. If you want to file a question or report to our customer success department you can use it as you like.

  • The Releasenotes item now will point to the appropriate section on our help center listing all previous release notes. 

Minor changes and bug fixes

  • Fixed an issue with sorting on category and worklevel

  • Fixed an issue that caused certain users not being able to create a placement

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