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We don´t have any plans as of now to reintroduce this feature as it was. To find the latest changes for documents you find there is a menu in the Document toolbar that is set to "All", right next to the cog wheel menu. Click on "All" and select "Recently changed". Here you can change between 1 or 2 weeks time span.

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Good comment. I miss the red flags! It gave a good overview to what had just changed recently.

Silvija Doncev
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Hi Juergen!
Thanks for sharing your idea with us! We don´t have any plans as of now to reintroduce this feature as it was. To find the latest changes for documents you find there is a menu in the Document toolbar that is set to "All", right next to the cog wheel menu. Click on "All" and select "Recently changed". Here you can change between 1 or 2 weeks time span. So please spread this to the others as well. Hope this help!

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Silvija

We don´t have any plans as of now to reintroduce this feature as it was. To find the latest changes for documents you find there is a menu in the Document toolbar that is set to "All", right next to the cog wheel menu. Click on "All" and select "Recently changed". Here you can change between 1 or 2 weeks time span.

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The "recently changed"-view does not fill the function...
Some way of indication of unread documents would be better.
Some icon/flag in the marginal or the filename in bold-font.
This way I can see what documents are new in each folder and then download only these.

Silvija Doncev
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If you need to see changes on a daily basis I could recommend that you start to subscribe to a daily activity report and see what has happened during the last 24 hours in the project.This you can start from your Settings and select Notifications.
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Silvija - I´m well aware of this function. The function I request, and many more, is better. You don´t need to check every day. You get a good overview about what documents are treated and which are not.
The subscribe function can be useful but red-flags (or some other indicator) is more important.

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