More Informative Object List

September 29, 2020

Skyvia keeps improving usability and look-and-feel of the new interface. Our software development team has added quite a lot of additional useful features to the new interface. This update makes object list more informative, and allows you to work with Skyvia objects faster and more efficiently.

The new object list displays more useful information about objects in both grid and list view. Moreover, you can add filters and sort objects by the same parameters as you could in the old interface. Note that this advanced filtering and sorting is available when you display only a specific object kind: only packages or only backups or etc. It is not available when you view all the objects on the All tab.

Packages

The new interface displays more useful information about integration packages on the packages tab. You can see package state of every package - whether it is running or how the last package run finished. You can also easily distinguish packages, scheduled for automatic execution. And finally, packages now display last run time instead of time of the package creation.

Package list

The new interface allows filtering packages by their types (import, export, sync, etc.) and their state (new, succeeded, failed, etc.). And we added the ability to sort package list by the newly added parameters: type, state, and date of last run, as well as package name and date of last modification.

Backups

When viewing a list of backups, you can immediately see how much space each backup consumes, determine which backups take the most space, and clean them if necessary. You can also see when the most recent snapshot was made, and when the next snapshot is scheduled.

In the list view, Skyvia additionally displays the number of totally backed up records and the number of records modified since the previous snapshot.

Backup list

Backups can be sorted by their size, name, connector and date of the most recent snapshot.

Endpoints

Endpoints now display their token, status, and whether they are public (without authentication/IP restrictions) both in the grid and list views. Note that now you activate/deactivate them via their status icon, not via quick action button.

Endpoint list

Connections

Connections are now grouped by their type instead of connector: direct or agent.

As always, you are welcome to try our new features and leave feedback! We appreciate your support and help in improvements of our products.

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