Organize information into rows and columns
You can now create tables inside your Clarity documents. When lists and outlines just don't cut it, insert a lightweight table and organize information in rows and columns. Move between cells using keyboard shortcuts. Reorder rows and columns using drag-and-drop.
Type "/table" in any document to get started.
For full details on how to get the most out of tables, see the Tables section in our How to use Clarity page.
For communities who build in public, allow anyone to view your workspace.
Building in the open maximizes serendipity and makes it easy for new contributors to see what's happening before officially joining your base. The best DAO contributors often follow along and help other contributors before proposing a contribution of their own. Previously contributors would need to join your base through an invite link or Join Page in order to see inside. This also required them to connect their wallet or create an account.
Now, you can make you Clarity base public. This means your roadmap, wiki, bounty boards, and notes are visible to anyone on the internet who visits your base. When sharing a document in a public base, you no longer need to turn on public access.
You can now choose between three options for your base privacy settings:
These settings can be found in Base Settings > Details. They replace the Join Page plug-in.
When sharing documents, the share settings are now much clearer.
The new Share Settings design makes it clear to whom you're granting access, so you can invite specific people, or grant access to token holders in just a few clicks. You can now set a public document to only have View access, without the ability to edit nor comment.
When working on any document, task, or project, click the black Share button in the top bar. Use the share settings to grant access to specific people who are not members of your base.
Grant access to view, comment, or edit to holders of a specific token, or combination of tokens. They'll just need to connect their wallet to collaborate.
You can also make any document public so anyone with the link can view, comment, or edit it.
Improvements to Groups
Improvements to the Roadmap screen
Repositioning of the Wiki
Introducing the Base Home Screen
Improvements to Navigation
We redesigned the Cycles screen. Each cycle now has a progress bar that shows a summary of the tasks inside the cycle.
It is now easier to add, rename, and reorder cycles using the new "Edit cycles" screen.
You can also open any cycle in a full screen view (previously only possible with the Active and Next cycles).
Notes provide a lightweight way to write something down and share it with the team. As we've observed contributors starting to organize their base into groups, we see that Notes are playing a larger role in the base. Notes are being shared & used to collaborate amongst teams and with external collaborators. We're giving Notes a refresh in this update. This way they can play a larger role in helping contributors capture and collaborate on documents to support their work.
You can now add a title to any note in Clarity! This lets you quickly search for notes by their title and easily find them in your Recents, Favorites and Pinned sections as well.
When writing, we want as few distractions as possible. That's why we've simplified the appearance of a note while you're writing in it.
We've decentralized the "Add New" button to provide more context for when to use each type of document. This also helps with creating notes in specific groups (and will apply to tasks when we roll our Group Work in Phase 4).
You can create new documents by clicking the "+" button on each item of the sidebar.
Each screen in the app also has a button in the top right corner for creating new documents. For example: "+ Note", "+ Wiki Page", "+ View", etc
Recently opened documents are listed in the Search sidebar, but this means they're not as accessible or obvious as they should be. Now, the six documents you've viewed most recently are displayed in the sidebar where you can easily get back to them. This is similar to having papers on your desk that you've picked up recently. It keeps things "at arms reach".
We rolled out Groups with Phase 1 of Clarity 2.0. We've since made some improvements to the experience. In your Group Profile, you can now seamlessly create sections, insert links, and reorder all sections & links to make the profile your own. You can now edit your group’s cover photo directly on the profile by clicking Edit in the top bar.
Easily create a new group from the Groups screen. You can view Groups using the More menu in the sidebar.