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Amazon Chime 4.15 Release Notes

Features and Enhancements delivered in the May 14th, 2018 Amazon Chime release

Windows, macOS, iOS and Android have been released.

Bugs and Enhancements

    • Amazon Chime is now available as an iOS share option. Post text, photos and links from other iOS applications directly into Amazon Chime chat conversations or chat rooms without launching the app. (iOS)
    • Additional proxy support - Amazon Chime now supports PAC file URLs configured at a system level (in addition to WPAD ) (macOS and Windows)
    • Addressed a field crash. (macOS)
    • Fixed an issue with the Amazon Chime for Outlook add-in which was preventing some users from being able to schedule meetings. (Windows)
    • Fixed an issue with the Amazon Chime for Outlook add-in which was preventing new users from logging in. (Windows)
    • Fixed an issue where users were unexpectedly signed out on when using the iOS client on an iPad. (iOS)
    • Fixed an issue where users that dropped while sharing their screen then quickly rejoined were unable to share their screen again. (Windows)
    • Corrected call dialogue behavior for meetings with two attendees. (Windows)
    • Fixed an issue when “@“ is entered in text field followed by pasted text, resulting in the use having to force quit. (macOS)
    • Corrected an issue where some users were able to unmute themselves during a meeting even though “Disable attendee unmute” had been turned on. (Windows)
    • Authenticated users are now able to launch their meeting in the native client without having to enter a different display name than the one associated with their account. (macOS)
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