Tool Release Notes: March 2020

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March 2020 Release Notes

New for this release:

  • New custom chart options are now available in Value Propositions: 1) dynamic bar charts with bars that will be displayed or hidden automatically; 2) combination charts which can display both lines and bars.
  • Configurable default Value Model name: customer accounts can now use an organization-wide, customized, default value model name in order to encourage adoption of a preferred naming convention, e.g. “Product X for Segment Y” instead of “new Value Model.”
  • Sales users now see the Value Proposition labels when they click Save As to create a new UVP, which will prompt them to think about whether the labels associated with the published Value Proposition should be modified for the new UVP.

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