Experience designers can now add validation rules to a model. You can use this validation to enforce business rules and provide messages to your users to make forms easier to complete and ensure higher quality data.
We've added a new tab on the model's detail page, Validation rules:
You can now group tasks in arbitrary ways and show task information without dual maintaining task details. For example, we've added a new option when adding a list to a page, and the model you select has a foreign key to the Task model.
When you select this option, Applaud replaces the usual Text options with a new single option, Show the task type in overline:
When you select this new option, the task type appears in the over-line text position.
This won't show simple or approval task types. Instead, this is for the task type you configured, for example, Onboarding or Check-in.
New options for avatar/icon/image that replace the default radio values. In particular, an option to choose between showing the owner's avatar who the task is assigned to or their initials if no avatar or the task type icon.
The Primary action, Secondary actions, and Chips options are set in the same way as if the list is based on the Task model automatically.
The Primary action links to whatever the standard task links to, either the task details or another place configured in the task workflow.
The Secondary actions link to the same as the standard task would link to, such as approve, mark as complete, or task details.
The chip shows when the task is due, for example, today or overdue.