3.7.2 - Release Notes#

Squirro 3.7.2 was released on Feb 8, 2023.


  • Improved candidate set button design in labeling view.

  • Added Community Context to CommunityCard for custom widgets.

  • Added Info and Rerun actions to pipeline steps in the non-edit mode.

  • Rerunning pipelines can now be scoped to query.

  • Added dashboard filters to query when saving favorite searches.

  • Now, vertical scaling of the dashboard search widget is allowed.

  • Improved community list empty image styling to be consistent with other widgets.

Bug Fixes#

  • Fixed an issue with users not being able to clear the breadcrumbs widget that was caused by queries being applied from URL.

  • Fixed an issue with global search reset where the Actions/Links widget action was still shown as active.

  • Now, communities will be properly marked as subscribed when a user subscribes to more than 15 communities.

  • Fixed issues with the side panel not showing after changing the active item.

  • Fixed side panel loading issues after changing the highlight mode.

  • When we look through communities, FE marks as “subscribed“ the communities it already has in a “box“. E.g. we have 100 subscribed communities. If we look at “following“ communities and we’re showed 30 subscribed communities, it means that FE will store only this data in the “box“. And only these communities will be marked as “subscribed“ when we’ll look through some community type list.

  • Fixed an an issue with search queries not being cleared when there was empty space at the beginning/end of the search query.

  • In search, top-N item rescoring is only performed when relevance sorting is used.

  • Fixed an issue with data fetching of underlying dashboard widgets when making global search or navigating to a Community 360 dashboard.

Installation and Upgrade#

You will have to resolve at least the following config files when upgrading from Squirro 3.3.0

  • /etc/nginx/conf.d/ssl.inc

  • /etc/squirro/common.ini

For new installations, please follow the Installing Squirro on Linux instructions.

To upgrade an existing installation, please consult Upgrading Squirro.