Here's what we released on March 16th, 2020:
Our team's highest priority was improving performance on the Community and spent the majority of this sprint working on reducing rest calls on conversation pages. We'll be continuing to work on performance improvements as our highest priority for the next release as well.
2/3 Tries to Go Back:
Previously, it took 2-3 tries to go back on the Community. We fixed most issues here except for when pagination is used on community board pages and conversation pages. This will be prioritized for an upcoming release.
Spacing and Padding Issues:
We've fixed many spacing and padding issues on the Create a Post page and the mobile view of the Conversation pages.
Different types of emails previously had different styles. We've taken steps to make sure they all look uniform in style as much as possible.
Marking Replies as Spam:
Previously, marking a reply as spam hid all replies made afterwards. This has been fixed.
The team refactored the code of the profile hover so that it used less rest calls as well.
I've noticed some of these and been happy to see them.
Sadly, one thing that appeared to have been fixed in the March 5 update seems to be broken again in the March 16—namely, the sign-in timeouts. I noticed that the inactivity-to-timeout had increased dramatically after March 5, but it seems to have returned to the previous 10 or 20 minute span from earlier.
Hi Lin, thanks for letting us know. I'm assuming you're not signing out anywhere else eg adobe.com to affect this? If that's the case, I'll report this back to engineering.
I'm not signing out anywhere, no. And oddly, since I reported this the issue has stopped. So far. (Just wait, I bet it starts again now that I've said it stopped. Remind me to tell you the story of the woman who had an intermittent problem with her VCR.)
Thanks Lin, yes please let me know if it happens again - and I look forward to your story 🙂
Just happened again, and I had been active about 30-45 minutes ago.
Ditto. Seems to be about 30-40min for me today.