The Mindbreeze InSpire 21.2 release – what’s new?

The Mindbreeze InSpire 21.2 release – what’s new?

As part of our Mindbreeze InSpire 21.2 release, we are pleased to introduce you to numerous additional new features.

We’ve compiled a summary of the highlights included in the latest Mindbreeze release below:

AI-based content labeling with Insight services

Text classification using Mindbreeze InSpire has never been easier. It involves marking a part of your documents with predefined labels. With the help of Mindbreeze Insight services and machine learning, Mindbreeze InSpire is capable of continually storing this knowledge for future use cases. Based on these labels, it’s possible to classify any other documents completely automatically.

Even without a predefined data set, labeling can be carried out easily – directly from the Insight app. This allows users to get started without the need to have a predefined data set.

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KI-basiertes Labeln von Inhalten mit Insight Services



Use Insight apps seamlessly in Microsoft SharePoint Online

Thanks to a number of technical upgrades, users can now take advantage of our wide range of available Insight apps that work seamlessly in Microsoft SharePoint Online.

The simple single sign-on (SSO) configuration now means that users logged into SharePoint Online are also automatically logged into the embedded Mindbreeze InSpire Insight app (via OAuth 2 and JWT).

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Nahtlose Nutzung von Insight Apps in Microsoft SharePoint Online




Personalized search results

Once again, our latest Mindbreeze InSpire 21.2 release includes enhancements in the area of personalization. The optimized Mindbreeze InSpire relevance model prepares results that are even more closely aligned with and tailored to the differing needs and demands of individual employees, staff positions, and teams. By parameterizing the Insight apps with contextual information such as the department or the location, documents and results can be weighted differently depending on the actual user and the associated department.

That means that if information about the specific department is added in the Insight app, users in the sales department will primarily receive results such as quotes, presentations, market analyses, contracts, and projects, while users in the procurement department will receive offers and quotes and those in accounting will see open orders, open invoices, and reminders.

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On top of that, we’ve been able to successfully develop several connectors, implement technical upgrades, and perform some security-related adaptations again as well.

Would you like to know more about this? Check out our release notes for more information.


Also, be sure to sign up for our What's New - Mindbreeze InSpire 21.2 Release webinar that will be held on September 30, 2021. Patrick Geschwentner is looking forward to showing you the details of all the latest features.