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Geolocation tracking for the latest mobile client

Valid from Pega Version 8

The latest version of Pega Mobile Client™ now supports geolocation tracking for offline-enabled mobile apps. You can enable constant tracking when users work on specific cases from their worklists. This enhancement helps audit the trail of the case and increase the efficiency of your mobile users. For example, dispatchers at headquarters can track the routes of field workers and more effectively assign them tasks based on their current location.

For more information, see Tracking mobile users based on geolocation data.

Support for building apps as Android App Bundles

Valid from Pega Version 8.6.1

As of August 2021, Google Play Store requires that you submit new apps in the Android App Bundle publishing format instead of the APK format. You can now build Pega mobile apps in the Android App Bundle format so that they comply with this new requirement.

For more information about generating installation packages for Pega mobile apps, see Generating installation packages. For more information about the Android App Bundle publishing format, see the Android for Developers documentation.

Case Manager option for searching only attachments

Valid from Pega Version 7.2

Case Manager search now has an option to search only case attachments. When you search attachments, a new column in the search results displays a paperclip icon with the number of attachments that match the search string. You can click the number to display a list of matching attachments for the selected case.

The Declarative Network display is now cross-browser compatible

Valid from Pega Version 7.2

The Declarative Network display can now be displayed on all browsers.

New Pulse gadgets for developers

Valid from Pega Version 7.2

Pulse for the Pega 7 Platform provides two new gadgets: pxContextFeed and pxActivityFeed.

The pxContextFeed gadget is a section that you can integrate with your application. Users can use this gadget to communicate with other users by creating and sharing posts within a given context. You can also customize the gadget or build your own Pulse interface by using a number of APIs.

The pxActivityFeed gadget aggregates all the activity feeds for the cases that a user follows without requiring that individual cases for posts be viewed.

For more information, see the help topic Pulse gadgets and custom APIs.

New Pulse gadget for users

Valid from Pega Version 7.2

You can use Pulse to communicate and collaborate with other users. For example, in Pulse you can post messages, share files, select cases for which you want to receive emails, search for content, and view an activity feed in your dashboard that aggregates your Pulse posts.

For more information, see Pulse for social collaboration.

New types of steps in a process

Valid from Pega Version 7.2

You can add assignments, subprocesses, and preconfigured steps to a process in Case Designer. By using these new step types, you can quickly enhance your case life cycle and identify opportunities for reuse. This change also delivers a more consistent experience to users who are working in Case Designer and Process Modeler.

For more information, see Steps in the life cycle of a case.

Reusable components in a case life cycle

Valid from Pega Version 7.2

You can easily add an existing process or user action to the life cycle of a case type. By reusing functionality in your application, you can reduce the time that it takes to configure a case type.

For more information, see Steps in the life cycle of a case.

Simplified creation of case types

Valid from Pega Version 7.2

You can create a case type in a single step, which enables you to process cases and use Case Designer immediately. Because some features are now extracted from the process of creating a case type, you can gradually add complexity at your own pace. For a guided experience of adding a data model or life cycle to your case type, follow the prompts in Case Designer.

For more information, see Adding a case type to your application.

Data modeling in context for case types

Valid from Pega Version 7.2

You can access the part of your data model that is relevant to your context. By using the Data model tab in Case Designer, you can quickly add, remove, or configure the fields that are used by an individual case type.

For more information, see Data models for case types.

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