At Rossum, we are kicking 2020 off with integration and UX improvements that you’re really going to appreciate. As of this month, you’ll notice more streamlined Rossum integration features and a smoother Magic Grid.
Magic Grid UX improvements
Faster navigation in the schema editor
We’ve made the content of extraction schemas easier to understand and navigate. Now, you can simply click on a Data field label and the platform will automatically take you to the relevant section in the editor. This feature complements the CTRL+F search functionality.
A better schema updating process
Now, you can:
- Update existing schemas so you can set up queues more quickly.
- Create new schemas that apply solely to newly imported documents. Schemas for previously imported documents remain the same.
Until now, we advised you to create a new schema every time you updated schema fields. You don’t have to do this anymore. As of February 1st, only newly imported documents will use their newly created schemas. Previously imported documents will keep the schemas you created for them.
Connector: Adding/Removing/Updating Line Items
If you use a connector, you can now update, add, or remove any line item within the “validate” hook.
More flexible annotation export
Exporting annotations outputs all the fields defined in a schema by default. You can define a set of fields that you’d like to export according to a “columns” parameter. A common use case is to output all the fields in the schema and prepend metadata fields such as filename, status of the annotation or its url. To define the metadata fields, you can now use the “prepend_columns” and “append columns” parameters.
Read about last month’s product news here.