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We’ve updated the triggers in Sabisu Processes to allow conditional initiation of Actions; the next Action in a process can be initiated either once all or selected previous Actions have been completed. When configuring each Action in a Process, users choose which … Continue reading
You can now create Sabisu Actions on your mobile device – any time, any place. Perhaps you’re walking round the plant and notice a wall that needs repainting or some scaffolding without the correct safety tags. Simply create an Action … Continue reading
Sabisu Processes are a focus for the platform development team right now. Processes are chains of Actions which trigger in sequence – each one being created and allocated after the previous one is complete, allowing you to build any process, … Continue reading
A feature always worth examining in more detail is the self-service querying of data objects in Sabisu Pipelines. It’s really easy for end-users to get value out of their data using Sabisu. Most users will never see the query they … Continue reading
Our latest deployment is a mobile version of Sabisu Actions available for all Android devices. You can download it for free from Google Play Store. You’ll now be able to complete Sabisu Actions whenever and wherever you may be, even if you’ve … Continue reading
Last year we released Sabisu Go and Sabisu Bridge to help users easily connect enterprise data to the Sabisu cloud. They support the Sabisu Pipeline which gives end-users total control over their data, enabling them to pull together charts and templated reports easily. Sabisu Bridge … Continue reading
We introduced Community Streams recently so you can easily view all your community activity in one easily accessible location. Following beta user feedback we’ve now added in some configuration settings so you decide what you see and how you see it. You can … Continue reading
We’ve given Widget Working View a face lift making it much easier for you to analyse, compare and look for relationships and patterns. We’ve also added in a help link which takes you through to the Sabisu Wiki where you’ll … Continue reading
For some time now Sabisu has allowed users to save a Page or Widget into a Word document, or to export certain widgets to Excel. However, a popular User Group request was to export to PDF – so we’re pleased … Continue reading