Search has been re-launched and is faster and better than before. You can search for courses, groups, bundles, web documents, and users. The accuracy and speed are much improved compared to DIVA 1.0. Search will show you all of the items you have access to, so you can use it to search over your private files. DIVA even suggests spelling fixes if you mistype a search and get no results. For example, a search for "arcitecture" (note the misspelling) will suggest a search for "architecture". We'll be improving the search even more in the near future.
We've moved the Upload option into the top navigation out of the "more" sub-menu. And we've added your quick list into the "more" drop-down menu, so that you can immediately jump into the courses and groups on your quick list from anywhere on DIVA. We'll be pushing some more updates to the top navigation and "more" menu (in particular, some aesthetic improvements) soon.
DIVA no longer asks for you to re-submit your form data after using the "back" button to return to a course/group to which you've just added content.
Creating courses with the discipline set to "None" now works correctly (previously gave a 404).
DIVA now correctly validates the input on the "Describe" step to prevent the creation of bundles with no content.
Minor permissions issues were fixed.
Ignore case of username and e-mail address on login and in URLs.
Clicking outside the "More" menu when it's opened will now close it.
Items are no longer displayed twice when moving items from "Uncategorized" into a category in the Workspace.
Added an option for "Switch to editor view" to gain full access to a bundle you have edit permission to. Previously, if you had (for example) disabled the ability for other people to download a bundle, there was no way for you to download the bundle without temporarily re-enabling the download button. Now, you can switch to the editor view to gain complete access to the bundle. This feature is only available on bundles that you have permission to edit.
Allow direct playback of QuickTime MOV files containing H.264 video and AAC audio through the Flash player.