What's New in Oxygen Content Fusion 3.0

July 3, 2020

Version 3.0 of Oxygen Content Fusion is the latest major release for the collaboration platform that is designed to improve any documentation review process.

Some examples of improvements added in this version include the ability to view suggested changes in a side-by-side visual diff tool, you can now control which collaborators have access to a task, you have the possibility of downloading task content as a Git repository and inspecting the change history, the visual editor was updated to the latest version of Oxygen XML Web Author, and more.

Review History Recorded

Each edit within a review task is now recorded. Using the link displayed in the activity stream, you can see what changes were made by each user. The changes are presented using a side-by-side file comparison tool.
Review History Recorded

Inspect History Using Git Tools

A task owner now has the ability to download the contents of a task as a Git repository and inspect the change history using Git-aware tools. Ultimately, it can be used as a remote to integrate changes into your local copy.

Securely Assign Tasks to Specific Collaborators

You can now control exactly who has access to a review task without sacrificing usability. You can invite collaborators who do not already have a Content Fusion account just by entering their email address. Even if they happen to use a different email address, they will still be able to request access using a built-in form.
Securely Assign Tasks to Specific Collaborators

Task List Redesigned

The My Tasks page was redesigned with a two-column layout, making it easier to locate and access both tasks assigned to you and tasks you created.
Task List Redesigned

Component Update: Oxygen XML Web Author 22.1.0

The visual editor that is based on Oxygen XML Web Author was updated to version 22.1.0, which contains numerous editing, performance, and security improvements. For details, go to the What's New in Oxygen XML Web Author 22.1.0 page.