Under the Hood: Rossum Improvement News
On a monthly basis, we share the coolest new features of the Rossum’s document processing application, the underlying platform and the AI engine. Scroll down to see all the key June 2019 product updates that will make your invoice automation even easier!
We’ve added additional characters, _@;*=ß|” , to improve support for typical line item description values and German textual fields (e.g. address lines).
Decreased wait times
We modified job prioritization and reduced the waiting time for normal-priority documents even at times of high-priority traffic.
Manager level users now have access to download usage-reports for all assigned queues. Accountancy companies can benefit from this feature by granting their clients access to their own usage report statistics.
Profiles and connectors in Elisctl
Partners that maintain multiple organizations are now able to create `awscli`-like profiles and keep using elisctl with different accounts.
We also introduced a new family of commands in the `elisctl connector` namespace:
Partners may now create completely new organizations. By default, new organizations are based on a template that always contains a default queue and schema. Partners may use a new “Empty Organization Template” from now on.
Now schema authors have more control over the table appearance. The column width was updated with better defaults and may be explicitly specified using the `width` and `stretch` attributes.
Additionally, you can now hide columns that you do not want to see in the user interface by marking them as `can_collapse`. Learn more in our API documentation.
With the new schema attribute “can_export” you can now easily select and export the chosen content.
Search within a document can be activated in the validation interface. Users can either use a new icon in the right-hand side widget area or a shortcut [
Review multiple documents in a row can be achieved by both clicking on [Start processing] button or on the listed document. In a validation view, users can switch between previous and next document. The [Done] button navigates users to the next document. A checkbox allows users to finalize the current document.
Support for multiline fields
In the validation view, we have added support for multi-line fields. It enables faster validation of addresses and line item descriptions.
A shortcut shift + [Enter] adds a line break within a text field. Arrow keys, in turn, navigate between the lines.[Tab] and shift + [Tab] navigates between the previous and next fields. Please note, that the sidebar arrows no longer navigate between fields.
Improved table navigation
The footer table area has a more reasonable default height and can be resized manually. It behaves similarly to Excel and Google sheets, arrows navigate users between the cells, and [Enter] gives a focus to a particular cell and allows its editing.
[ctrl] + [shift] + F – search within a document
shift + [Enter] – add a line break within a text field
[Tab] and shift + [Tab] – navigate between the previous and next fields
[Enter] – go to the next field that requires validation (except in table)
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