Keeeb Discovery refreshed and available in the Collections platform page
Keeeb Discovery is more accessible, faster, and easier to use. In addition to finding everything from your selected Data Sources through Google and Bing searches, you can now access the same Discovery capability without a browser extension directly in Collections or via your company’s Discovery portal.
Full Discovery Search within Collections
Full Discovery Search is now available directly within Collections. Find all your Collection Documents as well as content from connected Data Sources without leaving Collections.
Pre-Select Data Sources
You may now target your Discovery Search to designated Data Sources. Just click the selector to the left of the Search box and select one or more Data Sources to narrow your search target.
Interactive Result Set Filtering
We’ve re-positioned the Discovery Filters besides the Result list, so you can interactively narrow down the Result items by Data Source, Age/Time, or Author
Result Item Formatting
Discovery Result Items have a fresh, clean, and informative presentation. Each individual result displays three sections of key information:
- The top section contains a refined thumbnail, Title, and Source favicon
- The middle section contains the Result Item’s abstract text, which when clicked will show more
- Author and Published Date appear in the lower section.
Collection Content in Discovery Results
We’ve upgraded the search engine used in Collections for faster, more functional searching. Search results will now contain relevant Folders (based on folder title and notes). Documents display their Topic and Page lineage and document type tag. All matching search words are bolded in prepared snippets of text. Stay tuned for more exciting capabilities in Collections search in upcoming releases!
New Discovery Data Sources
Keeeb continues to add valuable new Data Sources for our customers. New to this release are PubMed, which comprises more than 30 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. We’ve also added Slack, so you can search on collaboration from all permissible channels. More to come!Page Break
New Collecting Experience using the Keeeb Browser Extension
Keeeb it !
Building Collections with web content is faster and more intuitive than ever with our improved/revamped/reimagined collecting experience. Once the new Keeeb browser extension is installed to Chrome, Firefox, or Edge, you can ‘Keeeb’ web bookmarks, screen shots, or designated web text, videos, and images to your selected Collections folder.
You can now Keeeb a bookmark on any web page with just one click! Simply alt-mouse click and select ‘Keeeb it to <current folder>’. Our new HTML ingestion process will remove advertisements and distractions to create a streamlined Keeeb Document in your Collections for reading, annotating, tagging, sharing, and collaboration.
Basic and Advanced Modes
We’ve streamlined collecting using the extension by offering a “Basic” Mode – simply select your target folder and click ‘Keeeb it’ to create a full site representation. The “Advanced” Mode retains the ability to collect using Screenshots and In Page curation. In Page allows you to highlight selected text, hover over images or videos, and build your own Keeeb Document.
Collection Document Formatting
Document tiles have a refined look, a document type tag, and mouse over selection and download actions.
Document Detail content has been updated to improve readability – new larger font, better spacing, dynamic width, and a streamlined header area. Drag over text to assign highlighting as a point of emphasis.
Author-prepared Instructions and Description
Folder owners may author rich text Folder Notes with full choice of font and background color, bulleted and numbered lists, embedded hyperlinks, and images. Folder notes are indexed so that folder objects will surface in Discovery Results.
Folder Sharing Governance
New controls assign role-based permissions to shared content
When sharing Topic or Page folders, you may now assign roles to selected users and groups that govern their permissions to view and edit content.
Co-owners have full permission rights to shared content. They may maintain existing Folders or Documents, incrementally add content, and freely invite other users.
Contributors cannot maintain or delete existing shared Folders or Documents, but may contribute Documents to existing Folders or create new Topics or Pages. The Contributor then becomes the owner of content they create.
Consumers cannot maintain or delete existing content, nor can they incrementally add new content. They may only read and comment on existing content.
Cascaded Sharing Controls
Folder owners now have the ability to exercise full control over sharing. When Cascaded Sharing is enabled, recipients of sharing invitations may further share the folders with other users. Folder owners may disable Cascaded Sharing when the content of the shared folder is appropriate only for recipients and they do not wish the content to be shared further.
Group member display
Hover over any Group tile to view its members.
New Keeeb system-generated Emails
MailJet service supports customized email text and format for each customer
Keeeb has refreshed the formatting for all system-generated emails using rich formatting and new variable text. We can now offer customers personalized formatting, ‘from’ names, and variable text that conforms to their Keeeb implementation.
New on-screen guides welcome and train new users
With version 3.4, Keeeb will greet new users with a series of short onboarding guides that will get them up to speed quickly. Guides can launch automatically, be invoked through on-screen badges, or be clicked on-demand from a Resource Center that will appear on users’ home page. This service will be expanded to include several forms of contextual communication from Keeeb to introduce new features, make announcements, and gather feedback.