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February 14, 2024
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Release 1.33.0

A new look for the activity page

We are excited to launch a brand new activity page dashboard that gives you visibility into all of the recent work your AI agents are doing. You can view the tasks in progress, pending approvals, and completed work over customizable time ranges - last hour, last week, last 30 days etc. You can also filter and segment the tasks by agent, label, or status to hone in on what's most important. This marks the start of Relevance striving to help you better track, delegate to, and manage your AI workforce.

Key activity page features:

  • See all recent tasks from your agents in one place
  • Filter by status (in progress, pending approval etc)
  • Filter by agent or label
  • View aggregated totals of agent work over time
  • Track tasks requiring your review and input

A reskinned activity sidebar

In addition to the new page, we've reskinned the activity sidebar. Your notifications and settings are now conveniently accessible here, and we've also added quick access to your most recently used agents, making delegate to them faster than ever.

Other improvements

Find your way with search

We’ve introduced a handy new search functionality that allows you to easily hunt down tasks in seconds, instead of embarking on a scrollventure to locate what you need.

Whether you’re viewing your aggregated tasks in the activity dashboard or digging into a specific agent's workflow, you can now search for tasks using keywords or task properties. Just enter a search query to see matching results.

Introducing ‘Agent Settings’

There’s new way to centralize your agent configurations for greater ease of management.

You can now define customizable settings like agent names or any other parameter in your system prompt or flowbuilder using curly bracket sytax.

When you save the flow or prompt, you'll be asked to name that setting for later reuse.

Now you can update values in one place instead of digging through prompts and flows to make changes.

This creates a single source of truth for agent details, streamlining updates across templates.

See tasks in context with better attribution

We've upgraded our activity tracking so when you check your agent’s tasks, you'll see exactly where they came from - whether generated by a specific email, created by a teammate or (if you're in a sub agent) triggered by a parent agent.

For example, tasks from Gmail now display the originating email.

You can follow the full trail of activity - super helpful for understanding complex automations involving multiple agents. We think this will really help you connect the dots and keep humans in the loop as your multi-AI systems get more advanced!

An update for our API users

We’re bringing API users a new enhancement that aims to make your experience smoother.

Now, you can create aliases for fields in Knowledge tables - this means you can give your them more intuitive names.

When you're using field aliases, you need to stick to the original column names in your API calls. For instance, if you've dubbed a field "Gender details," the API still recognizes it as "Gender" if that was the original name.

For this reason, also we’ve added a hover tooltip to display the original field name.

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