1. Changelog

Changelog

Masthead SharePoint Extension

July 11, 2018 – 1.2.3

  • Changed overflow mode to be slightly less sensitive on first detection.
  • Also added check to stop overflow mode from being cut off at certain resolutions.
  • Stopped white background from showing on mobile devices with no logo.
  • Improved the Masthead experience on hub sites.

June 27, 2018 – 1.2.2

  • Adjusted spacing around the organization logo to give it more breathing room
  • Increased the amount of space for each menu before it truncates
  • Changed how the algorithm calculates when to show Masthead in overflow mode

August 29, 2018 – 1.2.4

  • Fixed a bug where having a footer would stop a webpart’s settings panel from sliding out
  • Added an alpha version of our external script support

September 26, 2018 – 1.2.5

  • This update addresses a bug where the hub site navigation editor was being obscured by Masthead.

October 16, 2018 – 1.2.5.1

  • This update addresses a bug caused by SharePoint’s partial navigation.

October  19, 2018 – 1.2.6

  • Added better support for users signed into multiple SharePoint tenancies at once. You may be required to log into Masthead the first time you open a SharePoint page after this update.
  • Update our custom script support with a new lifecycle hook.
  • Fixed an issue related to menus with too many sub-menus to display at once.

December 11, 2018 – 1.3.0

  • Added support for external users. Note: To activate external user support, you’ll need to follow our guide.
  • Improved how Masthead handles signed in users. Users who had issues before when signed into multiple accounts should find Masthead much more reliable.
  • Various bug fixes.

Masthead Editor

June 27, 2018

  • The first run tour now opens when a user creates an account
  • Fixed bug related to numbers in preview URL
  • Fixed bug related to selecting a group on new menu creation
  • Changed how images are displayed so they no longer error out after a brief period of time

May 31, 2018

  • New Feature: Added the ability to trim menus by Azure AD user groups. You can add groups to Masthead through the Organization menu and assign them a name. Once you have groups added to your Masthead account, you should see a new option when creating or editing a menu to Trim the menu to certain groups. Submenus can only be trimmed to the same groups as their parent.
  • Changed the length of the session to prevent unintended logouts