added

February

Create transparent sub-workflows, make drafting workflows a collaborative experience, and more...

Unlock branches with nesting

Now you can nest group steps inside parallel steps. This can help you build workflow branches or create sub-workflows within a workflow. The solution also allows for building workflows that are clear and transparent.

This way you can build different forms and offer them to different groups of users based on conditions. However, users get these forms at the same time.

Try nesting and drag and drop group steps inside the parallel steps. You can nest a maximum of 2 levels down (1.0 ->1.1 -> 1.1.1).

Learn more about steps and step types

Dates need flexibility

Your dispersed teams might write dates differently. A specific format might also be a legal requirement. We used to offer an API solution to adjust date formats, which wasn't ideal. However, now you can do it easily with a simple cog icon.

Simply select a date data reference, click the cog icon, and voila - a list of formats to choose from. To allow flexibility, you can select a different format for each date you use.

For details, see Formatting a date

No more API keys! Now you can connect to Zendesk using OAuth!

Simply add your Zendesk subdomain when you connect your integration in Next Matter.

To connect the integration, go to Company > Integrations.

For example, if your domain is: https://d3v-nextmatter.zendesk.com/agent/dashboard, then d3v-nextmatter is the subdomain to enter.

Draft your workflow on the go

With the interactive flowchart editor, you can change, create, or brainstorm workflows together with the Subject Matter Expert. No need for emails or notes to fly around. The collaborative editor allows for renaming, dragging and dropping steps, and adding or removing them with all the dependencies clearly visible.

To open the editor, click Workflows, open any existing workflow, and click Flowchart view in the top bar. For details, see Flowchart view.