AYON server 1.1.0 - Activity Feed

:tada: The activity feed is here! We’re so excited to unveil it. :tada:

:rocket: Here’s what’s new in 1.1.0:

  • Main activity feed: Stay in the loop with comments, versions, status changes, and assignee updates – all in one place.
  • Filters: Filter the activity feed by all activities, comments, checklists or versions.
  • Markdown Support: Compose clear and well-formatted comments using intuitive markdown syntax.
  • Integrated Checklists: Organize your workflow and track progress efficiently with built-in checklists.
  • Attachment & Image Previews: Seamlessly share images and files, with pasting images supported for faster workflows.
  • Advanced Mentions: Improve collaboration with user mentions @username, version mentions @@version, and task mentions @@@task.
  • Comment Cross-posting: When comments are mentioned or related to other entities within a project, they will automatically show across those entities, promoting better contextual understanding and information flow.
  • Mention Tooltips: Gain quick context with user mention tooltips.
  • Compare View: Leverage the new compare view to gain a side-by-side comparison of two different entities.

:open_book: Resources

Docs: The Activity Feed | AYON Docs
FE Changelog: Release 20240515 · ynput/ayon-frontend · GitHub
BE Changelog: Release 1.1.0 · ynput/ayon-backend · GitHub

:motorway: On the roadmap

  • Web viewer for basic reviewing of versions.
  • Inbox and notifications.

:robot: Try 1.1.0 Now

Inside docker-compose.yml:

    image: ynput/ayon:latest

Inside ayon-docker directory run:

docker-compose pull
docker-compose up --build --detach

:speaking_head: Your Feedback Matters!

Let us know what you think! We value your feedback on bugs, features, and your overall experience.

:hugs: A Big Thank You!

As always, a huge thank you to our amazing community for your continued contributions and support. Now get out there and explore everything this update has to offer!

:green_heart: Love, The Ynput Team :green_heart:


Hi !

Could you please explain this :
docker-compose up -d --build --detach

Because according to Docker doc, -d and –detach are identical :

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Good spot, thanks @Yul :slight_smile:

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You have exposed I know nothing about docker :astonished:

Thanks I have fixed it now!