Beta Features 2021
Managing StarLeaf releasesLast updated October 22, 2021
This page provides information about new features potentially coming to StarLeaf in 2021 that are released to certain organizations for final testing. Thank you for your participation.
StarLeaf continuously strives to improve its products and service. Please send any feedback you might have about these beta features to your StarLeaf representative.
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Requires apps 5.1 and Portal 6.12
When you create a group chat, you now have the option to allow all members or only admins to send messages and start meetings in that group. Message broadcast groups are a great way to communicate company-wide announcements and important information.
Requires iOS 5.1 and Portal 6.12
From the Account tab in StarLeaf for iOS, you can now update your name and phone numbers.
Requires apps 5.1 and Portal 6.12
If you lose network connectivity and the call disconnects, StarLeaf automatically tries to reconnect you.
Select a release below to display the bug fixes and improvements effective in that release.
|33007||In previous versions, StarLeaf was unable to dial Zoom video addresses that did not contain a protocol such as “h323”. This is now fixed and StarLeaf can dial Zoom video addresses without a prefix.|
|32980||Improvements to the Japanese text on the User tab in the Portal.|
|32843||It now takes less time for the following visual updates in the Chats list to appear: Archived status, Mark as unread status, Muted status, Blocked status.|
|32507||General improvements to the StarLeaf sign-up page.|
|32485||In StarLeaf meeting invite emails, the text “Audio only” has been updated to “Telephone” .|
|32366||Improvements to the user interface and appearance of licenses on the User tab in the Portal.|
|32293||A new user-level request, DELETE /myprofile, has been added to the StarLeaf API. This command allows users to delete their own profiles from StarLeaf. View a full list of user-level requests here.|
|32276||After a Basic user upgrades they are prompted to assign the newly-purchased licenses to users in their organization. The Portal page where this license management occurs is now localized in the user’s language.|
|21979||When you are the only person in a meeting, you can now access the “Add participant” control.|
|StarLeaf on Windows, macOS, iOS and Android|
|32607||In previous versions, when you clicked or tapped Schedule on the Meetings tab, and StarLeaf directed you to the Portal to log in and schedule a meeting, your correct login credentials were not always accepted. This is now fixed.|
|StarLeaf on Windows and macOS|
|32928||In rare circumstances, if you joined a meeting with your camera turned off, the camera on/off control could flicker and jump throughout the meeting. If someone shared content in the meeting, the smaller video pane of participants could also start to flicker. These issues are now fixed.|
StarLeaf on macOS
|16862||When you are adding a person to a group and searching for this person your contacts, people that are already in the group are now identified in the search list as “Member”.|
|17942, 32667||General improvements to the user interface.|
|StarLeaf on Android|
|32735||Improvements to the user interface to accommodate text size increases.|
For instructions on how to find out what version of Portal or StarLeaf you are on, select one of the following:
- Log in to StarLeaf Portal
- On the page footer, select About
This opens a version report such as the one below where you can find the Portal version number you are currently on.
On StarLeaf for desktop, go to the Account tab to view the app version you are currently on.
- On StarLeaf for mobile devices, go to the Account tab.
- Scroll down and select About to view the app version you are currently on.