These items were released to production on March 15th, 2023.
When a user with inadequate permissions attempted to open an abstraction workflow from Reporting > Workflows, they were redirected to the worklist without an error message. 
This has been fixed; if a user with inadequate permissions attempts to open an abstraction workflow from Reporting > Workflows, they’ll be redirected to the worklist, where they’ll see the following error:
You do not currently have permissions to view this workflow. Please contact your Administrator for further details if needed.
Under Reporting > Users, the Roles column failed to populate for many users. 
This has been fixed; the Roles column will populate as expected.
Under Reporting > Timesheets, the report failed to load, returning a Something went wrong fetching the timesheets error. 
This has been fixed; timesheet reports will load as expected.
Users & Notifications
People who attempted to register as Requestors never received their confirmation emails. 
This has been fixed; a person with a valid email address within an accepted domain who submits a request for access will receive a confirmation email with next steps, as expected.
A deactivated user in a user group continued to receive scheduled reports. 
This has been fixed; deactivated users will no longer receive scheduled reports.
If a user in a multi-organization tenant is in the vendor or provider directory and switches organizations, they remained on that page, even if they should’ve had no access in the newly selected organization. 
This has been fixed; if a user is viewing the vendor or provider directory and switches to an organization where they don’t have access to those pages, they’ll be redirected to the landing page (typically the worklist).
If a user in a multi-organization tenant is in the admin area and switches organizations, they remained on that page, even if they should’ve had no access in the newly selected organization. 
This has been fixed; if a user is viewing the admin area and switches to an organization where they don’t have access to those pages, they’ll be redirected to the landing page (typically the worklist).
When a user uploaded a new version of an attachment under Attachments > Manage All, the file name failed to update. 
This applied to attachments to workflows and contracts as well as vendor and provider profiles.
This has been fixed; the file name will update as expected.
Vendor & Provider Directories
A user could save a new vendor or provider record without completing the required fields. 
This has been fixed; the system will require that required fields be completed before saving a record.
Workflows & Worklist
During workflow initiation, inactive vendors and providers were visible in the Primary Other Party dropdown. 
This has been fixed; inactive vendors and providers will be hidden in the Primary Other Party dropdown.
During workflow initiation, after selecting a Secondary Other Party, the user could select that same vendor or provider as the Primary Other Party. 
This has been fixed; if a vendor or provider has been selected as the Secondary Other Party, they’ll be unavailable in the Primary Other Party dropdown.
During workflow initiation, opening a dropdown and then scrolling caused the menu bar to overlap the dropdown. 
This has been fixed; the menu bar will no longer overlap dropdown menus.
Internal (abstraction) users were visible and available for selection as workflow participants. 
This has been fixed; internal users will be hidden as expected.
In an Open Negotiation Phase, when a user saved changes (or made no changes) and attempted to navigate away from the workflow, they’d see a popup stating that they had unsaved changes. 
The popup formerly read:
You Have Unsaved Changes
To continue editing the documents in this workflow, click Keep Working. To save your changes and move away from this workflow, click Save and Continue.
Keep Working | Save and Continue
The popup has been revised to read:
You Have Been Reviewing a Document
You have been reviewing or editing a document in an Open Review Negotiation Phase. To make this document available for others to review or edit, click Save Version. Otherwise, click Keep Working to continue your review.
Keep Working | Save Version
In a workflow based on a workflow template in which the Initiator was the default Phase Owner, if the Phase Owner was changed in a subsequent phase, and then the workflow retracted in another subsequent phase, the Phase Owner would be the recently assigned Phase Owner instead of the Initiator. 
This has been fixed; retracting workflow to a previous phase will assign it to the original Phase Owner, as expected.
In the Participant Sequence panel, the green speech bubble, which is supposed to indicate that a user is currently online, appeared next to users who were offline. 
This has been fixed; the green speech bubble will only appear next to users who are currently online.
Editing or downloading an attachment caused the attachment’s file name to change. 
This has been fixed; edited and downloaded attachments will retain their original file names.
A form field that had been removed from a form template persisted on the form template, but with blank text. 
This has been fixed; removed form fields will no longer appear on form templates.
In the workflow template builder, the form template preview failed to load. 
This has been fixed; the form template preview will load as expected.
The SmartTemplate builder froze when adding a high number of tags (somewhere between ten and twenty). 
This has been fixed; the SmartTemplate builder will no longer freeze when adding tags.
The timesheet activity modal has been updated to match Alloy UI uniformity standards. 
For timesheets with multiple Approvers, approval notifications (both in-app and email) failed to send for the Primary Approver. 
This has been fixed; all Approvers will receive approval notifications as expected.
Vendor Pulse Check
Under Explore > Pulse Check, the Setup New Campaign button has been corrected to Set Up New Campaign.