Fibery is heading into augmenting company intelligence direction. It will unite information organization with work management. Bi-directional links is the next step into cohesive information structures and associations in Fibery. It might looks as a subtle step, but it is huge in fact.
You can freely link entities using simple mention mechanism (# key). Here is the basic example:
We use this in Fibery extensively to connect customers feedback with features, product areas with ideas, digest documents with all kind of work, meeting notes with assignments.
We will write a deeper article soon and show main use cases. So far you can mention some entity and find References section in the entity that have incoming references:
Next steps for us are linked selected text and jump to exact place in a referenced entity. Long live Ted Nelson!
- Table View: Filters are faster on large tables
- Table View: Single entity popup no longer freezes large table
- Board View: Scroll is much faster on large boards
Fibery was not stable last week. It was a mysterious problem for us and two people spent 3 days investigating the root cause, adding extensive logging and monitoring. It appeared that the problem was caused by RAM restrictions we put in place. In a nutshell, the problem was in Java GC that did not handle process well. We’ve removed the restrictions and now digging into GC settings to solve the issue once and for all.
- Table View: ♂ appears after changing a Field that’s not included in sorting
- Table View: ♂ appears even if the sorting is correct
- Formulas Editor: Autosuggest doesn’t pop up in functions on collections (Filter, Sum, Min,…)
- Board View: Show Created By instead of User on the board view with the full mode card