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New
March 26, 2021

Note tags are now Labels

Labels are the new name for note tags. We wanted to simplify things and create less confusion, so we've renamed note tags as labels.

Not much else changes for you - what you previously entered as note tags will now appear under labels.

Read more about Labels and how they can help you organise your data here.

Claire Seah
Product Designer

New
March 26, 2021

We've updated our Highlights feature

It's streamlined and simplified. We've gotten rid of the complications of looking for a highlight and gone back to basics. With our updated highlight feature, use the filters to build queries to retrieve highlights. Then click on the highlight card to get even more details about it. It's that easy!

Claire Seah
Product Designer

New
March 26, 2021

Introducing our new Tags feature

Categories are now groups for tags. In this release we've created a new hierarchy to better help your team build a shareable taxonomy. Don't be confused by the relationship between tags and categories again!

Our tags feature is where you can maintain both your categories, and their tags. Arrange your tags easily by dragging and dropping them in the correct categories. Like all our features in Epiphany, your team can collaborate in real time on your tags to build a commonly understood taxonomy for your project.

You can find out more about Tags here.

Claire Seah
Product Designer

New
March 26, 2021

Find patterns in your data using charts

You can now find patterns and trends in your data visually. We built Charts to give you a better way to visualise your data and increase your ability to find patterns, trends and relationships in it.

We've always felt that data-driven decisions are the way to make the best product decisions, but analysing vast amounts of data is limited by brain power and time. With Charts, you can create filter queries and get results instantly - saving you time and allowing you to focus your brain power on creating insights.

Read more about how to use Charts here.

Claire Seah
Product Designer

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