In DevRel 69, usability and code improvements were the main focus. Along with the code improvements, we have added sorting capability and additional functionalities. Here is a list of what’s new:
- Ability to switch between Kiosk mode and Multi-App mode at the group level
- Ability to disable the navigation bar on Samsung devices
- Added sorting capability for device details
Ability to Switch Between Kiosk Mode and Multi-App Mode at the Group Level
You can now switch multiple devices between Kiosk and Multi-App mode by applying the setting for a Group, rather than at an individual device level.
Ability to Disable the Navigation Bar on Samsung Devices
We have added a command to hide/disable the navigation bar (the bottom bar, containing home, back, and recent buttons) on Samsung devices having Knox API. Please contact theEsper teamto learn more about this feature.
Added Sorting Capability for Device Details
You can now sort various attributes of the device. Navigate to the Devices and Groups section of the Console. You can also sort the devices based on— Alias Name, GMS/Non-GMS, Risk Status, Model, and WiFi SSID.
Bugs and Improvements
- We now check the number of added tags at the API level. You cannot add more than 5 tags from the UI or via the API.
And that’s it for DevRel 69. Esper’s team is working to deliver another batch of exciting features and improvements in DevRel 70 and beyond. It is scheduled for mid-October 2021. Pleasereach outto share your thoughts on how Esper can improve your customer experience in future releases.