November '23 Generally Available Release

The November ‘23 Generally Available S-Docs and S-Sign Release delivers a range of stability improvements, performance optimization, and functionality expansion that aims to enhance the overall user experience. This release also includes the foundational development work necessary to build future functionality, in particular, diagnostic/instrumentation, feature flagging, and the removal of connected app dependencies that will be tested thoroughly and expanded on as part of the next major release, to be delivered in January. As always, we are dedicated to improving and expanding the capabilities of S-Docs to meet the evolving needs of our users. 

S-Docs Updates

Add Runtime Input To Documents In Lightning Web Components and SDK Document Generation

S-Docs Runtime Prompts collect and merge user input into documents during classic (non-LWC) document generation. Support was added for capturing and merging dynamic user inputs into documents generated using LWCs and the S-Docs SDK through Screenflows and Omniscript.

Use Document Options With The SDK

Comprehensive support was added for Document Options when generating documents through the S-Docs Software Development Kit (SDK). This includes enhanced functionality for related lists, screen flow inputs, special merge fields, and more.

Edit And Email Documents Via LWC Modals More Intuitively

Enjoy a smoother, more intuitive interface as you create and customize your documents with the revamped editing experience in both the live edit and email LWC modals. The new and an improved editing experience aims to increase efficiency and user satisfaction.

S-Sign Updates

Create Multi-Doc Signature Flows Via The S-Sign SDK

S-Docs now offers SDK support for multiple document signature flows. Configure and execute multiple signature documents through the SDK, further enhancing flexibility in managing document workflows.

Get A More User-Friendly PDF-Upload Component Experience With S-Sign

When using S-Sign enabled PDF-Upload component templates, you no longer need to use unique S-Sign input numbering across those PDF-Upload component templates. Seamlessly integrate S-Sign capabilities into document generation processes without the hassle of managing distinct input numbering structures.