Another week another release and what a release this is. We've added two more languages and the all important copy and past functionality is here! Check out the article below for more details:
🌍 Spanish & Portugese is here
You can now choose to access DeepStream in both 🇪🇦 Spanish and 🇵🇹 Portuguese
To change your language simply head to your 'user settings' > select 'preferences' > edit 'language and region and then select the language you prefer
🔧 Enhancements to Line Item Grid on Draft Requests
We've made managing your draft requests even easier:
Now, you can select multiple cells in the grid in draft view.
Cut, copy, and paste functionality is now supported for grid cells, just like in a spreadsheet.
📝 Contracts - Supplier Responses in Drafting, Revising, and Amending States for Line Items
When you're drafting, revising, or amending your contract, you'll now be able to see previously provided information by your counterparty.
These responses will appear in a greyed-out format and you will not be able to edit them
Fields will display as follows:
"Supplier to respond" if there's no response yet.
"Completed" with the relevant input if there's a response to display e.g. you'll see the delivery date they provided
Additionally, the "price per unit" field will now be visible when you're drafting, revising, and amending your contracts.
🐞 Small but Powerful Improvements
We've been hard at work to make your experience smoother:
Fixed a bug that could cause a contract to crash when adding a line item to contract details.
Improved the display of supplier names in all exchange modals on the buyer side, ensuring they appear in a relevant location among other fields.
Ensured that suppliers cannot undo an action in a contract exchange after a buyer has submitted their action.
Fixed issues related to notifications, ensuring they no longer get stuck in an unread state and can always be marked as read.
Resolved the problem of the buyer-side supplier evaluation page appearing blank.
Corrected handling of documents with special characters in their filenames to ensure they are treated correctly.