A new look in Jiglu 14.1

We've just rolled out a new minor release with a mixture of useful updates.

First, we've given Jiglu a new, more contemporary look. This includes improved navigation with a user experience that will already be familiar to many people from social media sites.

To make life easier for system administrators, we've added new features to help with GDPR compliance, allowing the export of all a user's information and the ability to erase a user's personal data.

For use in Internet communities we've brought in the ability to detect banned words, such as profanity, as part of workflow, so you can trigger moderation of what might be inappropriate material.

There's also lots of minor improvements and some bug fixes. For the full details check out the release notes.

If you haven't tried Jiglu yet then find out how to get started. You can also drop us a line if there's anything you'd like to know more about.

Written by Stephen Hebditch. Published on .
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