This week we rolled out SAML SSO and directory sync available to enterprise customers, added manual blocks, and released a new collapsible UI for building runbooks. If you have feature requests you'd like to see in future changelogs, let us know at email@example.com.
SAML SSO and directory sync
SAML SSO and directory sync are now available for users on the enterprise plan. You can now integrate with third-party identity providers such as Okta or Auth0.
Both SAML single sign-on and directory sync can be configured from the members settings page. Feel free to message us with any questions (via "Help and support").
We now support the ability to require confirmations, approvals, or extra inputs before your runbook continues executing. In addition to the default mode where a block executes automatically when the previous block has completed, you can now set blocks to only run after user confirmation. Use the dropdown to set the block to automatic or manual.
Thanks to your feedback, we've also turned on collapsible blocks in the runbooks builder. By default, block configs will be hidden (unless opened) to make it easier to work across multiple steps in the builder.