December 2023 Release Notes

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This month's article announces new updates to Genie and a new project start experience for Pro and Premium subscription customers. We delve into best practices, showing how seat-based customer admins can use the Discuss' user dashboard to search and filter. Finally, we announce upcoming enhancements to automate the user management experience. 


Genie Quotes 

In addition to providing instantaneous summaries and themes across a research project, Genie, Discuss' generative AI assistant, can now surface quotes for each theme — ensuring that you can trust and verify your insights. Plus, Genie helps to create shareable moments more easily with the ability to create a clip instantaneously of the verbatim. Learn more.

Project Start BETA (Pro & Premium subscriptions only)

Streamline the setup process with a built-in wizard that allows you to create a project in just a few clicks. With the new project setup now in beta, pro & premium seat-based customers can access a customized experience based on their subscription to launch research projects.

Best Practices

How Admins can use search and filter to find and manage users

(For Seat-Based Customers)

The User Management Dashboard helps Organization Admins gain visibility across all research and better manage their user seats. When utilizing the dashboard, admins can use search and filtering capabilities to help find users quickly and change or review user permissions. See how to take advantage of all the latest User Management Capabilities below. 

Coming Soon

Automated User Management Experience

(For Seat-Based Customers)

The User Management Dashboard is here and we are now working to upscale our capabilities to help automate new seat requests. The automated user management experience will streamline the seat request process for users and admins. When a new paid seat is requested, admins will automatically receive a notification and be able to approve or deny the new seat. Once the seat is approved or denied the users will receive a notification with the status. 

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