A new navigation menu now allows users to manage their existing pages (which manifests
as tabs within the place). Users can now bulk edit, re-order, or change the visibility of
the tabs within the Place.
You can now create up to five custom pages that contain tiles along with Overview
Various small changes in the layout to make it easier to find the links to edit
Jive now allows the Overview page (which is widgets-only) to exist in a
Place that has Tile pages. Do not confuse this with having widgets and
tiles on the same page.
The Document Viewer and HTML tiles are now available in the wide column
view in the Activity page.
The Super List tile now supports:
A streamlined and easier setup.
Three different views: Basic, Detailed, and Rich.
Additional filters such as zero-reply, latest activity, and my stuff to help you
facilitate more precise control on what subset of data you can display.
An automatic upgrade to the new content types and Rich Text Editor. Toggles that made
it possible to turn the upgrade on or off earlier have now been removed.
Jive Daily-integrated include tons of user experience improvements and features,
including saving a document as a draft, adding animated GIF to content, accessing the Org
Chart, integration with Jive Reward, MDM/EMM support and so much more. For more, see Jive Daily Help.
You can now use the Avatar > Community Analytics link to access Engagement and Usage analytics reports.
Community Manager Reports have now been replaced with Cloud Analytics.
In Community Analytics there are now two dashboards – Engagement dashboard and Community
Filter support in Community Analytics.
New reports in the Community Usage Dashboard.
All charts now have highlighted totals and two new features: download CSV and expand to
All reports display monthly information, clicking a month drills down to daily
Community members can now find analytics for places by navigating to a place and
selecting the Analytics tab.
System admins can now view personal insights for all users. You can also now make
Personal Insights visible to all users.
Improved translation performance with the new service changes. It's now possible to
translation a large piece of content in a single request to a provider. This makes the
overall translation experience faster and more efficient, saving time and reducing the
number of errors encountered.
Enhanced security with the latest APIs. The Lionbridge connector now leverages the
latest Lionbridge API. This ensures we are up-to-date with their latest version and
adheres to their best security and support processes.
Microsoft recently deprecated their Bing translation engine (as part of their overall
DataMarket deactivation) and recommended that users switch to the Azure Cognitive Services
Translation offering. We are therefore pleased to introduce Azure as the replacement
Microsoft translation engine.
Any language variants supported by a translation provider will now be returned and shown
in the languages dropdown.
The user set locale will now be used as the default locale when translating content.
End of Life and Deprecation
Deal Room Add-on: We are deprecating the Deal Room add-on as of July 2017. Please
use the Salesforce Chatter add-on to enrich your Jive Activity stream with content from
Browsers: We no longer support Internet Explorer 9 and 10. For a list of browsers
we support, see Supported Browsers