On Friday evening, October 2, a new version of the Minddistrict platform will go into production. In this release note, you'll find all updates. Have fun with the new version of Minddistrict! 

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Language setting configurable per user

This  update is relevant for clients and professionals (when functionality is made available)

It is now possible to make the language setting of the platform configurable per user. That means that a user (client and professional) can set the platform in their preferred language. 

This is how it works:

  1. As an organisation you can request to activate this feature on the platform. You can choose to have  1 or more of the following languages available:  
    • English
    • Dutch
    • German
    • French
    • Spanish
    • Danish
    • Hungarian
  2. When ready, all users on the platform can adjust their language setting. This can be done:
    • via the footer of the platform
    • via the profile settings
  3. When the user changed the language setting this will affect:
    • All platform functions
    • Navigation
    • Automated emails

Be aware! The language setting does NOT affect:

  • The content (text in modules, diaries, questionnaires etc.)
  • Tasks and dossier items that were created before changing the language setting
  • Automated emails that have been modified manually on platform level

This functionality is not available by default. Please contact your account manager for more information.

A user changes the language via his profile settings

2-step-authentication can be set to 'required' for clients

This update is relevant for the application manager

Before it was possible to activate 2-step-authetication for clients. Now this configuration will be extended with an option to meke the use of 2-step-authentication required for all clients. You can do this via Configuration > Web-authentication >Two-factor authentication for clients.

Read more about 2-step-authentication