View changes between versions of pages
Today we added a feature to Papyrs that makes it really easy to see how a page has changed over time. It will show you a visual comparison that highlights exactly what has changed.
See at a glance which text has changed (click for a larger screenshot)
Deleted text is in red, newly added text in green. Changes to image galleries, forms, and other widgets are also highlighted for easy comparison.
Select which two versions you wish to compare
Compare pages with a click of a button. That’s it. Have a nice weekend everybody!
Today we’re launching a few new features for Papyrs. Let’s start with the biggest one:
With Papyrs it is now possible to search within all your pages, comments, contacts and profiles, attachments, and submitted forms. Just start typing in the search bar and Papyrs returns the results nearly instantaneously. It has find-as-you-type. Never again waste more than a few seconds to find back that document, that attachment to a certain form, or a discussion with your co-worker. Of course Papyrs will only show items in the search results for which you have the necessary permissions.
Search your entrie Papyrs intranet in milliseconds: Papyrs finds your pages, comments, contacts, files, and submitted forms (click for larger screenshot)
Searches within attachments
Papyrs will also searche within attachments. You can find text contained in PDF files, Word documents and Excel spreadsheets. Do you want us to search within other types of documents as well? Just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
There are also a number of advanced search options:
||Finds all pages, files, etc, that contain that keyword.
||Finds all pages, files, etc, that contain both keywords.
||Finds all pages, files, etc, that contain Keyword but not AnotherKeyword.
|Keyword | Anotherkeyword
||Finds all pages, files, etc, that contain either of the keywords.
|(One & Keyword) | Anotherkeyword
||Use braces for more complex queries…
||Use quotes to search for an exact sequence of keywords.
In the previous version of Papyrs links looked pretty complex. A typical page would have a link that looked like https://yoursite.papyrs.com/page/5441/This-is-title-of-the-page. Hard to remember and hard to type! Also, if you shared the page with others by email or if you made the page open to the public the link would change. It would start with https://yoursite-public instead). That just wasn’t very convenient, so we’ve changed it. Links to your papyrs pages now look like this: https://yoursite.papyrs.com/Your-Page. Simple and easy to type! If the page is shared or public, people you share the page with can access the page with the same link.
When you go to the document’s settings page you can change the location (URL):
Change the location of the page
1. You can now share profile pages by email address and make profile pages public.
2. You can now link to conversations on pages and on the Activity Feed. Easy if you want to send a link to a conversation via Instant Message or by email.
Link to conversations on the Activity Feed
We’re really thrilled to start the year with these new additions, and we think the Search is going to save everybody a lot of time! More new features coming soon!
Over the past few months we have been adding many new features to Papyrs. This week we launched a design update and the Activity Stream.
With a lot of different information going back and forth between team members, the Activity Stream is a great way to stay up to date with everything that’s happening in your team. Â You can find all the latest actions, post or view comments and status updates for everyone in your team or in a specific subgroup.
Streams have been an important part of many modern social networks, and are also becoming an important way to communicate within businesses and organizations.Â It’s an easy way to get your announcements or questions & answers out to entire teams, without spamming and cluttering their Inbox. This also makes it easier for other people to reply on activity items, participate in discussions and keep people up to date about their progress. Because inactive discussions automatically ‘sink’ Â to the bottom of the stream, the stream is good central place for both having active discussions as well as posting about updates (like micro blogging socialÂ networks).
Example of the Activity Stream (click for larger screenshot)
Because the Activity Stream is fully integrated with the other functionality in Papyrs, any updates to pages and forms are automatically posted to the stream, and visible only to people with permission to view this type of activity. For example, when Mary submits an Expense Reimbursement form and Mark from Accounting denies the request, it will be visible for her in the Activity Stream and she can directly access the form to add that missing receipt.
The Stream also supports sharing with and subscribing to items only within certain sub groups. It’s also possible to add a summary of recent activity to your pages using the Navigation widget, e.g. on your homepage. Finally, discussions on pages now also support replies on comments (threading), and new posts appear in the Stream as well.
UI Design Updates
Screenshot showing the new design – Editing a page
We also made some updates to the UI design of Papyrs, and added new buttons to the top of the page to quickly switch between the main parts of Papyrs (home page, page navigation, activity stream, people directory and settings).
We hope you like the new look and features!
Hi everyone, big news today for our little company!
For the last months we’ve been working very hard on the development of a new product and we’re happy to finally announce it today! Of course we’re working on the finishing touches, but we’re almost ready for the private beta. So what we’re showing today is a first glimpse of the new product. So, here goes:
An intranet to keep your business information organized.
At www.papyrs.com you can read all about Papyrs and sign up to receive a beta invite once we launch. We’re really curious about your feedback! (be honest :). If you have any questions or comments, feel free to shout out your thoughts on Twitter (@stunf) or in the comments below. We hope you find Papyrs interesting, and we look forward to the beta! We’ll keep you updated on any Papyrs news on this blog and via twitter.