Late December 2020:
Releases: You can now see a list of assigned stories and requirements in the Release app. When you publish a release, all related stories and requirements that are ready for release are automatically moved to closed state. You can choose the type of release as Major, Minor or Patch, and the risk as High, Medium or Low.
Org model: You can now search for nodes in the Org model by API name as well as label.
JIRA import: You can now import your JIRA user stories directly into Elements, establishing a link between Elements & JIRA stories in the process.
Help & feedback on Salesforce dynamic forms: Version 1.18.0 of the Elements Chrome Extension supports in-app help & feedback access on Salesforce's dynamic forms that were released in Summer 20' release.
Visibility of end user feedback from requirements and stories: You can now see and reply to end-user feedback from business requirements and user stories that were raised or linked to said feedback.
Display of requirements & stories in the right panel: We made it easier to read summaries of requirements & stories from the right panels and distinguish them by their IDs.
Ability to edit requirements & stories directly from the right panel: When you roll-over requirements & stories in the right panels (main application, org models & reference models) you can now see a pencil icon. Clicking on it will open a modal window which you can use to edit the story/requirement directly without leaving the current page.
Login loop on embedded Elements iframes: We fixed an issue reported on Firefox & Chrome browsers where users could not log in to Elements through iframes / content embedded in other apps. This was caused by a security setting in those browsers.