CDD Vault Update (January 2020): Easily Share Searches with Colleagues, Adjust File Preview Sizes in your ELN Entry, and Enjoy Increased Data Import Performance

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January 28, 2020

CDD Thanks You for an Amazing 2019 and Wishes You All the Very Best in 2020!

"1" list icon for CDD Vault ELN Blog Posts Adjust File Preview Sizes in your ELN Entry

When image files (such as pdf, jpeg, gif, etc.) are attached, a thumbnail preview is automatically shown. With this new release, users can control the display of these thumbnail preview images.

To change the thumbnail preview image size, hover the mouse over the preview and click the double arrow symbol.

click the double arrow symbol to change preview image size

Clicking this button will toggle the thumbnail preview between:

  • original thumbnail preview,
  • half-width thumbnail preview, and
  • no preview image (displays the file name).

"2" list icon for CDD Vault ELN Blog Posts Easily Share Searches

Saved searches are an important report mechanism and a great way to share insights with colleagues. We recently learned that many of you actually prefer to share searches on the fly so they become part of a conversation rather than a permanent fixture. To facilitate this live, interactive collaboration, search URLs can now be copied directly and shared with colleagues.

Simply copy the URL and paste it into an email, Slack channel, CDD message or your ELN entry. As long as your colleague is a member of your Vault, they’ll be able to click your search url to execute your exact search. Of course the data returned will always be filtered based on their project access and current data context.

copy the search result url and share with your team members

"3" list icon for CDD Vault ELN Blog Posts Enjoy Increased Data Import Performance

We are continuously working to improve the performance of CDD Vault. With this release, users importing large files (>10,000 rows) of plate-based data should see a significant performance improvement. The primary use case is for screening users importing protocol data for a set of screened plates.