Coveo Cloud New Features

The Coveo Cloud Platform is where your Coveo Cloud organization index is hosted. Coveo Cloud Platform updates are regularly made available to offer new and improved features.

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May 26, 2020 Update

Coveo Cloud V2

Content Security Tab

New “Content Security” Tab

In the source creation/edition panels, the Content Security parameter has been moved to its own tab. This tab includes a definition of each option and shows, when applicable, which option is recommended. The content security icons on the Sources page have also been improved.

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April 22, 2020 Update

Coveo Cloud V2

Create a Secured Crawling Module SharePoint Source

You can now use the Crawling Module to retrieve secured on-premises SharePoint content without an intervention from the Coveo team. Your secured source will be up and running within minutes and the content permission models will be replicated in your Coveo-powered search interface.

Moreover, the Crawling Module now supports retrieving SharePoint Server secured with Active Directory.

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Authentication section

April 6, 2020 Update

Coveo for ServiceNow

CoveoExtensions extension point

Use Extension Points to Customize Your Deployment

You can use the Coveo for ServiceNow extension point to further customize certain aspects of your Coveo for ServiceNow deployment. This extension point makes it possible to:

  • Add custom JavaScript Search Framework options to your widgets
  • Provide custom translations to display in your Coveo for ServiceNow search interfaces
  • Add custom, additional data to the context sent to Coveo along with queries.

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April 2, 2020 Update

Coveo Cloud V2

Create a Secured Generic REST API Source

You can now use the Generic REST API source to index secured content. Coveo Cloud can replicate the permission model of your original content repository, thus ensuring that every search result is returned only to the users allowed to access it.

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March 26, 2020 Update

Coveo Cloud V2

Create Secured Crawling Module Confluence and Jira Sources

You can now use the Crawling Module to retrieve secured on-premises Confluence and Jira content without an intervention from the Coveo team. Your secured source will be up and running within minutes and the content permission models will be replicated in your Coveo-powered search interface.

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March 23, 2020 Update

Coveo Cloud V2

Database Source Supports Pausing Content Updates

Database sources now support pausing/resuming content update operations. A source configuration modification is however required to enable these actions.

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Make Your Crawling Module Sources Use TLS 1.2

TLS 1.1 will soon be deprecated and therefore no longer considered secure. You can now forbid the Crawling Module to use this protocol when retrieving your on-premises content to ensure that your deployment remains secure at all times.

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March 12, 2020 Update

Coveo Cloud V2

Create a Disposable Organization for Your Tests

You can now create disposable test organizations to make quick tests or to explore features in your own environment, without disrupting the work of other Administration Console users. For example, you could create a test organization to try a feature as you follow a Coveo training. When you’re done with your test, you can either delete the test organization or keep it for future use.

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Organization Picker

January 23, 2020 Update

Important Announcement

Important Announcement

On February 4th, 2020, Google will release version 80 of its web browser, Chrome. This version introduces a major behavior change in the handling of cross-domain (SameSite) cookies.

To prevent issues, Coveo will update its Coveo Cloud Platform and related applications so that they support the new behavior before the release of Chrome 80.

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