Find more information about the values of the Type and Action filters.
The type signifies if the What's New content is for a new or existing feature or if something important is to be announced. The filter includes the following values:
Indicates that the What's New content is for a new feature, element, version, concept, or functionality that hasn't existed before.
Used for features or resources whose support is discontinued and that will be deleted in the future. We recommend that you move to the new substitute of the deprecated feature or resource as soon as possible.
Used for features or resources that have been removed. The expectation is that you've adopted the substitute of the deleted feature or resource.
Indicates that the What's New content is for an enhancement, bugfix, or any other change to an existing feature, element, version, concept, or functionality.
Used for important announcements that aren't related to new, changed, deprecated, or deleted features or resources.
The action filter and column indicate the level of disruption to your processes and whether you're required to do any actions. The filter includes the following values:
Indicates a high disruption. To maintain the functionality of a feature, function, or process, an action must be taken by the valid as of date. Without taking action, the process may break or change.
Indicates a medium or low disruption. To adopt the feature, function, or process, an action must be taken by the valid as of date. This includes changes on the UI that require changes in the user documentation or in training materials. Without taking action, the old feature, function, or process remain active, but your user experience may be broken.
Indicates a zero or trivial disruption. It signifies that we're informing you about the feature, but no action is required to use it. It's backward compatible, including the UI.