What's New from Binary Tree for March 2019March 8, 2019
Each month, we publish our “What’s New” blog series to give a snapshot into the exciting developments in our solution over the last month. You can also sign up to receive product release notifications, here.
This past month's releases focus on enhancements to the usability and performance for both Power365® and Power365® Directory Sync.
Power365 Tenant-to-Tenant continues to improve the overall user experience to make multi-tenant transformations easier for enterprises. The project wizard as been streamlined and improved based on user feedback. Deleted objects, including users, groups, unified groups and contacts, will be removed from the database and user interface, with a status of deleted, adding transparency across the migration. There are now more than 20 cutover statuses to help give insight into the overall process, along with a brand new “Queued” status showing that a synchronization job has not begun. Finally, building on the depth of improvements based on customer and partner feedback, wave management has been enhanced to aid in rescheduling via bulk changes, reducing manual steps for a better experience. See more details (including the full release notes) in the Power365 Help Center.
Power365 Directory Sync also has gained a few enhancements based on user feedback, including the ability to protect OUs from deletion with a simple toggle setting. In addition, you can map specific source values to other target values, to enhance the overall Value Lookup functionality of directory synchronization. More details can be found in the Power365 Directory Sync Help Center.