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March 2020 Serenity updates

March 2020 Serenity updates

#Data quality improvements

To help you craft the best product information ever, Data Quality Insights recommendations and grades are now available for variant products and our spell-check feature supports additional languages!

#Data Quality Insights now available for variant products

Type: Improvement  |  Features: Data Quality Insights Data Quality  |  Available in Serenity EE since early March  |  📖 Read the doc

To help you measure and improve your product data quality, our Data Quality Insights recommendation tab and grades are now available for your variant products.

Get specific enrichment and consistency grading scores for all your product variants and quickly identify the list of attributes you need to improve for a specific variant product whether these attributes are at the product model or the variant level.

Data Quality Insights on variant products

#Easy and direct access to attributes to be improved

Type: Improvement  |  Features: Data Quality Insights Data Quality  |  Available in Serenity EE since early March  |  📖 Read the doc

If you have any improvement recommendations under the Data Quality Insights tab, simply click on your attribute to directly access it and improve it!

Ease data quality improvements in the PEF

#Spell-check improvements

Type: Improvement  |  Features: Data Quality Insights Data Quality  |  Available in Serenity EE since early March  |  📖 Read the doc

To help reach a higher data quality content yet, spell-check and suggestions are now available on text area attributes with rich text editor enabled (WYSIWYG).

The spell-check feature now supports four new languages: Italian 🇮🇹, Swedish 🇸🇪, Danish 🇩🇰 and Dutch 🇳🇱. This means that you can now have spelling mistakes automatically detected for no more than 8 locales. Mistakes are no longer allowed! 😉

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#New measurement units and families

Type: Improvement  |  Features: Measurements Data Governance  |  Available in Serenity EE since mid-March

We added four new measurement families: Force, Angle,Capacitance and Volume Flow to better fit your needs in terms of product modeling.

Also, we completed some existing measurement families with new units:

  • in Pressure: bar, pascal, etc.
  • in Binary: kilobit, megabit, etc.
  • in Length: micrometer and nautical mile units
  • in Volume: microliter and hectoliter units
  • in Weight: microgram unit

Of course, these new measurement families and units come with preset conversion operations to help you save some time.

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#Rules engine extended capabilities

A new action and enhancements made on the copy action: easily and automatically concatenate your attributes, and now copy values from an attribute type to another attribute type.

#A new rule action to concatenate attributes

Type: Improvement  |  Features: Rules engine Productivity Automation  |  Available in Serenity EE since mid-March  |  📖 Read the doc

A new concatenate rule action is now available and will certainly boost your rules engine usage! This new action will enable you to concatenate at least two attribute values together, and to set the resulting value in another attribute.
For instance, you want to make sure your product titles are always formatted the same way. Create a rule to concatenate your product attributes name + color + size and set this new value chain into your product title attribute. Use this rule to enhance your product content!

#More automation with the copy action

Type: Improvement  |  Features: Rules engine Productivity Automation  |  Available in Serenity EE since mid-March  |  📖 Read the doc

Ease and speed up your product enrichment thanks to the extended capabilities of the copy action from our rules engine! You can now copy the value from an attribute type to another attribute type. For instance, you can create a rule to copy an option from a simple select attribute to a reference entity single link, instead of manually copy/pasting it. By automating the copy of values, you make sure you have the right data in the right place, this will get rid of some manual and error-prone tasks.

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