Several functional areas in Lexeri will receive minor improvements with our next update.
We bring more quality to your attributes in Lexeri: You can now translate these into several languages, making your terminology accessible and understandable for an even wider range of users.
You can now also check your database for missing individual attributes in the quality dashboard and complete them.
A long-awaited improvement has also been added to the task workflow:
Users can now create a task directly from the entry in the database or add it to a task.
And last but not least, the imports are being expanded to include an Excel format as well as usage examples, and we are introducing a new module for automation with webhooks.
- Localise attributes
- Customised attributes in the quality dashboard
- Create tasks from the entry
- Expansion of imports
From now on, you can maintain your attributes not only in one language, but also in the available UI languages of Lexeri (German, English, French).
This means that you can now make all details in the term entries available to all users in English, for example, regardless of the source language of your terminology.
To do this, you can add a translation for the title and all selection values of an attribute in a simple table view when editing the entry structure.
By changing the UI language, the attributes in the entry are then displayed in the selected language.
Customised attributes in the quality dashboard
Previously, you could check attributes at entry level in the quality dashboard for completeness in your entries, such as the definition, subject areas and images.
From now on, the individually configured attributes in the quality dashboard can also be added individually as required. For each language, the system then analyses how many terms do not yet contain the respective attribute.
From here, you can complete the attributes in the incomplete entries yourself as usual or have your employees complete them in the workflows.
Create tasks from the entry
There is a significant improvement in the editing of entries from the database in the tasks: You can now add individual entries directly from the database to a task or create a new task from here. Previously, adding entries from the database was only possible via the task board.
Extension of the import function: Excel upload and usage examples
We have expanded our import functionality: In addition to TBX and CSV files, you can now also upload Excel files (XLSX).
In addition, usage examples can now also be mapped in Lexeri and imported from your import file.
Small change in the entry view
There have been minor visual changes to the entries and the general information is displayed in a more compact form:
With webhooks, we are introducing another important module for automations in Lexeri. Webhooks are used to inform external systems about changes in your term database. For individual activities, such as completing a task or an import or creating a new term entry, you can specify a URL to be called up from the Lexeri backend.
For example, external systems can request a new export via the Lexeri API whenever your terminology has changed.
You can find the settings for webhooks in the settings of your term database in the "Notifications" tab.