New subject areas
We completely revised the Lexeri subject areas for the new Lexeri update. Among other things, they can now be assigned a description, images and also reference documents.
New and more informative view for subject areas
Editing subject areas in a separate section
The new subject areas have been assigned their own tab in which new subject areas can be created and edited separately, away from the term entries.
New section for termbase subject areas
Multiple subject areas for each term entry
Several subject areas can now be assigned to the same term entry. They are shown in the term entry, separated by commas. The information dialogue for the subject area is opened by clicking on the subject area. As usual, the subject areas are editing by clicking on the Pencil icon.
Multiple subject areas for one term entry
Configuring the display of individual attributes
The new Lexeri update allows you to control whether individual attributes are shown in the term hits for term checks.
Dialogue for editing individual attributes with check boxes to control what is shown
List with individual attributes on the overview page of a termbase
For CSV imports, the attributes selected for the columns can now be saved as a template. This makes the import process easier if your CSV files often have the same structures.
Additional attributes can now be selected to match the columns. For instance, you can also select individual attributes and other things.
Selecting attributes for CSV imports