There are around 100 improvements included in MacroView DMF v8.3. Here are 14 that I believe are the most noteworthy:
You can initiate the activation of a SharePoint Online (O365) or Client Side Only license directly from that dialog.
Client Side Only servers no longer need to be published to the internet in order to activate their licence.
Item counts displayed for each header item.
Grouping by Date / Time fields now supported.
Quicker display of results when you click the Search button in a MacroView Search panel.
In some situations several seconds have been shaved off the response time when you right-click.
Great news if you are using a Hybrid environment – e.g. Extranets powered by SharePoint Online (O365) and main document store running on SharePoint Server On-premises.
Version History now available by right-clicking a file in a SharePoint Online file list.
You can refresh the display of versions without right-clicking the file again in the file list.
Incoming emails that cannot be auto-filed as they arrive (e.g. because a metadata capture dialog needs to be displayed) are marked as Not Auto-Filed, so that you can attend to them later.
Fully-Automatic filing of sent emails by Predictive Email Filing works if Save on Send is ON.
You can also indicate which On-premises SharePoint server will be used to store the generated tags.
Previously this dialog was not displayed for Remote Desktop Services users.
Previously this MacroView setting was independent of the setting in the SharePoint web browser UI.
Good news for anyone using Protocol Handler links to streamline integration with a Line-Of-Business application.
By using Client Side Only mode you can now enjoy the great MacroView search experience even when you are using the ‘free’ version of SharePoint.
Thanks to our Japanese users for alerting us to this need.
* Take individual files offline for edit.
* Offline location can now support Dropbox and other cloud service providers such as Google drive and Box.
* Manage Offline Files now conveniently available on the backstage in DMF Explorer and on the MacroView ribbon in Outlook.
You can also check the Release Notes.
If you have any questions, contact your MacroView Partner or MacroView Services.