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Flow rules not supported in IE8

Valid from Pega Version 7.1.1

In versions prior to 7.1.2, flow rules do not open in Internet Explorer 8 (IE8). Upgrade your system to the latest version of PRPC or access flows from another supported browser.

Geolocation tracking requires browser permission

Valid from Pega Version 7.1.6

When the geolocation tracking feature is enabled, a Map it link appears next to each requestor entry in the audit trail. When you click a link for the first time, the browser displays a notification asking whether you want to permit tracking. Make your yes/no selection in the prompt. Do not click "X" to close it, as doing so may render the session unresponsive. Refresh the browser if necessary and make your selection.

Geolocation tracking Map it links do not appear

Valid from Pega Version 7.1.6

If geolocation tracking is enabled, the first time you create a case in the first browser session, the Map it links do not appear next to the initial audit trail entries. When you submit the first flow action, the links appear next to all subsequent entries.

pxFeed replaces pxContextFeed and pxActivityFeed Pulse gadgets

Valid from Pega Version 7.4

The pxContextFeed and pxActivityFeed gadgets have been replaced by the pxFeed gadget to integrate the functionalities of viewing and posting messages in the Pulse activity feed. You can include this gadget within a section or harness across your application, for example, in the dashboard of the Case Manager portal, to display the activity feed. You must add the latest UI Kit ruleset to ensure that your application uses the pxFeed gadget instead of the pxContextFeed and pxActivityFeed gadgets to generate the activity feed.

For more information, see Pulse gadget and custom APIs.

Survey rules are deprecated

Valid from Pega Version 7.4

Surveys that were created prior to version 7.4 of Pega Platform are now deprecated. As a best practice, recreate your survey by using the Survey Management landing page, and then reuse questions or question pages from your survey library.

For more information about creating surveys, see Improved survey authoring.

Questionnaire shape replaces Survey shape in legacy flows

Valid from Pega Version 7.4

In flows that reference deprecated surveys, the Questionnaire shape has replaced the Survey shape. Although legacy surveys continue to function in this release, update your flows to use the Survey shape because it provides the latest survey capabilities, and deprecated features are not supported.

For more information about the new survey authoring experience, see Improved survey authoring.

Limited question and answer formats in new surveys

Valid from Pega Version 7.4

Complex questions and some answer formats for simple questions, such as attachment, are not supported by the new surveys that you create. Although you can create stand-alone questions in your survey library that use these formats, you can add these questions to legacy surveys only.

For more information about supported answer formats, see Answer formats for questions in a survey.

Add message header fields to the service email for Pulse email replies

Valid from Pega Version 7.4

The pzCreatePulseReply service email rule now has these additional fields in the message header: Message–ID, In–Reply–To, and References. As a result, the system interacts with email clients by using email headers when users reply to Pulse emails. If you configured a service email for replies to Pulse email notifications, add these fields to the service email to allow the system to post the replies in Pulse. If you are creating a service email, ensure that the message header and data have the same values as the values in pzCreatePulseReply.

For more information, see Enabling users to respond to Pulse email notifications.

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