HERE WE GO! New features just launched in Relevance AI 🚀🚀🚀
✅ No-code image semantic search! 🖼️ 🔍
✅ Advanced dashboard sharing 🔗
✅ Ability to save filters! ⭐
✅ Improved workflow status page 🚦
✅ Automatic renaming of invalid CSV headers 👍
✅ Ability to pin clusters/categories on one page! 📌
Let's take a look inside! 👇
Hot off the press: you can now easily drag and drop raw images into Relevance AI - and with no labelling or metadata saved with the files - search for images just as you would search using Google! Check it out!
To make collaboration even simpler, you can now share dashboards in a similar way to how you would share Google Docs. Either give access to an existing project member, invite a new user or create a link that your team can access.
Collaboration is at the heart of using dashboards and it’s only possible by being able to invite the right teammates to help with the project or view the results. Our previous experience worked but now we’ve been made it even better based on your requests.
In the dashboard, you’ll see a “Share” button in the top right.
Click it to open up the share modal.
From here, you can:
- See who currently has access
- Give access to an existing project member
- Invite a new user by email
- Create a link that you can give to anyone
Save common filters for quick access to different types of views.
We’ve heard from customers that there are lots of insights they want to share based on different demographics and filters. Previously, they’d have to tell viewers what filters to try out. Now, they can create different views by saving the filters and viewers can switch through them quickly.
Just select some filters in the dashboard and click on “saved filters” from there either create a new one, or access a previous one.
You can now search with images and not just text. We’ve also improved highlighting and introduced QA to highlight answers to you query in the results.
We’ve spruced it up a bit so it’s easier to view your running workflows at a glance.
Uploading CSVs with header names that include invalid characters required you to manually fix it. We’ve now automated that process.
We’ve made it easier to compare different clusters/categories with a summary page which lets you pin charts from different clusters/categories on the same page.
Updated about 1 month ago