Product Updates

Monday, 10 September 2018

In our latest release of the 29th of July, 2018 we also released the first version of the 'Activity History' page (under Settings > Account Settings). The 'Activity History' allows you to track the activity on your entire Account. We have now refined it and have released the latest version of it on the 1st of September 2018. The 'Activity History' has been a wish from many of you. 

The goal of having the 'Activity History' is to be able to track the activity on your entire Account, to see who changed what and when. If something is changed on e.g. a Transfer running in production then the 'Activity History' should help you identify what has been changed or edited and to be able to solve an issue.

In this blog post we will first describe the 'Activity History' feature and then we will describe 4 common scenarios on how to work with the 'Activity History'. This scenarios are common situations where the 'Activity History' can help solve an issue.

Who has access

The full functionality is only available to customers on Enterprise or Unlimited edition. Customers on Basic and Standard edition will be able to see activity on Users and Service. It is available to you as an Administrator. Following our latest release it is now possible to have several administrators on your Account (aka several users can have access to the 'Activity History'). You can read more in this blog post on how to manage users and add administrators

Sunday, 29 July 2018

We are happy to announce that now you are able to use Two-factor authentication on MyRapidi. Below we will explain in more details what two-factor authentication is, what supported in MyRapidi and how to set it up.

Wednesday, 25 July 2018

We are pleased to announce our new Rapidi Service Access Management feature. With this new release we have totally re-worked the way we manage and control access to the Rapidi Services. The access to a Rapidi Service is now much more fine-grained and flexible. Access levels range from a pure 'read-only' access to having edit rights in all areas and you can control edit access to the different areas of the MyRapidi application.

For each user that needs access to a Rapidi Service a 'Service Access entry' has to be created under the MyRapidi Account Settings. This can be done by the Rapidi Account Administrator (usually the first person signing up for the Rapidi Service).

The new release is scheduled to be activated on Sunday July 29, 2018.

ACTION REQUIRED: Each Rapidi Account Administrator needs to add Service Access entries for all users as described below shortly after this release.