Expressing LeanIX' commitment and focus on building the leading Enterprise Architecture Management solution, the suffix 'EAM' has been removed next to the LeanIX logo in the top navigation bar.
These are feature improvements and bug fixes that have been implemented in the past week:
The loading animation familiar from other application areas has also been introduced when performing the following actions to give users a visual indication of the loading process in the background:
Searching for users when using the 'Share' button on a report, diagram, or saved search.
Accessing or filtering data on any report. As a result, quick toggling of filters on reports is more reliable.
Besides these, we continue to invest in monitoring our application's actual performance to better understand and improve the user experience.
Data visualized on the dashboard panel 'Fact Sheet Chart' can now be defined by relations between Fact Sheets. Combining this with filters lets you show charts like the percentage of business-critical Applications in different parts of your Organization (User Group) or Business Capabilities. All three chart types (column, horizontal bars, pie chart) support it.
An issue when importing an Excel file that included the removal of a field on a relation between Fact Sheets has been fixed. The field removal is now processed correctly.
A bugfix eventually removes entries from the filter list in the side pane on reports that have been deleted (e.g., a removed tag group).
Respondents of a Survey using the new response form can forward their personal response link to other users to fill out data on their behalf. Although the different users will be logged correctly on the 'Survey' tab and in the Fact Sheet audit log, we recommend directly sending surveys to all relevant stakeholders firsthand.
In the 'Developer Tools' section of the admin area, you can access the GraphiQL tool to query inventory data via the GraphQL API. The tool's user interface was refreshed, streamlining how queries can be created and executed. The update includes:
Direct access to the API's schema documentation
The history of your recently performed queries
A new'Explorer' section to browse through your extensive query in a structured way
Tabs to work with multiple queries simultaneously in the query editor