We've made some improvements to your Kraken experience! In addition to the details on what's new, be sure to check out this article for important information on our new "KIKI: Kraken Important Known Issues" article.
FYI, this release comes on the heels of our July 31 general maintenance release. If you'd like to see the details of that release, click here.
Updates in this release
The Start page in Kraken (the one with the big colored boxes) is gone; the Projects page is now your default "home" page. You'll land on the Projects page when you log in to Kraken, and when you click the "home" icon in the left-hand menu.
If you accidentally press certain buttons (Analyze, Predict, New Project) more than once, Kraken will no longer duplicate your work inadvertently.
Kraken no longer relies on third-party cookies for authentication, so you don't have to worry about enabling specific third-party cookies in your browser to access Kraken.
Project sharing has been improved, to ensure that users with whom you share a project cannot perform unauthorized actions, including editing your work.
Occasionally Kraken would produce an empty preview during model building; that is no longer the case.
.CSV file handling has been improved to better parse and process files regardless of the encoding used during file creation.
We've also implemented various minor bug fixes and performance improvements.
KIKI: Kraken Important Known Issues
We've created KIKI, which stands for "Kraken Important Known Issues". It's an article that you can reference at any time to see a list of things we're working on to improve the Kraken experience in future releases. Click here to access KIKI. NOTE: You must be logged into support.bigsquid.com to access KIKI. If prompted to sign in, use your Kraken login credentials. Should you have any questions after you've reviewed the material, you can contact your friendly neighborhood Big Squid Customer Success Manager for assistance.