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Chat History

Now you can access your chat history, checking previous conversation in your IDE. For more information, see the Chat History section.

Multiple tabs on your IDE chat

Now, you can use multiple chats in your IDE to inquire about different contexts in each chat. See the example:

Multiple tabs in the IDE

Compatible with Android Studio

StackSpot AI is now compatible with Android Studio.

Enhancing Remote Quick Command execution permission

StackSpot AI has resolved permission inconsistencies when executing Remote Quick Commands (RQC). Execution rights align with creation capabilities, and appropriate rate limits are set for different account types. This update enhances workflow efficiency by removing administrative barriers and ensuring the effective use of RQCs.

For more details, see the Remote Quick Command section.

Remote Quick Command Rate Limit

Personal accounts and Enterprise account can create Remote Quick Command!


Take a sneak peek at the new StackSpot AI Portal

Now, accessing all of StackSpot AI's content is even easier!

The sidebar and menu were redesigned to improve navigation. There are dedicated pages for features like Quick Command and Knowledge Source, so you can navigate through a unified menu, ensuring a more organized and intuitive experience.

Take a peek at the GIF below:

New menu


After refactoring, the Workspace is more streamlined and efficient. The primary change is that it only allows the addition of Knowledge Sources, eliminating Stacks AI and Quick Commands from the Workspace.

The filter options in the Workspace include:

  • Alphabetical sorting in both ascending and descending order;
  • All Workspaces.

Take a peek at the GIF below:

New Workspaces

Platform Switch Button

To streamline the user experience and enhance cross-platform accessibility, you can find a switch button for the AI and EDP portals. With this feature, users can seamlessly transition between these portals without logging in again.

Take a peek at the GIF below:

Platform Switch button

Personal Content

Users can now create, manage, and instantly access their personalized Stacks AI, Knowledge Sources, and Quick Commands within IDE extensions.

This enhancement provides unprecedented customization to the development process, making StackSpot AI a more personalized and user-friendly platform than ever before.

Access Personal content

Default Content

Admins now have the power to set specific Knowledge Sources (KSs) as the 'Default' option for all platform users, ensuring a uniform experience.

This option maintains consistency across user interactions and also leverages the core functionalities of StackSpot AI, regardless of whether users have crafted personal content or are operating within a particular Workspace. By prioritizing these selected KSs in the Search by Similarity process, StackSpot is better equipped to surface pertinent information in response to user queries via chat, streamlining the information retrieval process and reinforcing a seamless, integrated user experience.

Take a peek at the GIF below:

How to set default content

New IDE Interface

The new IDE Interface update brings an easier way to customize your development environment directly from the IDE. With just a few clicks, you can choose the Workspaces, Stack AIs, and Knowledge Sources (KSs) that best suit your project's specific requirements, whether personal or account content.

This enhancement provides seamless customization options, personalized support for coding assistance, contextually relevant chat interactions, and access to an expanded pool of resources. Our intelligent utilization feature also optimizes your selections, giving you the most effective tools at every step of your development journey.

New IDE interface

Asynchronous uploads

To enhance the user experience on our web portal, StackSpot is transitioning from synchronous file uploads to asynchronous uploads within the 'Knowledge Sources' section.

This change will allow users to continue with other tasks on the portal without waiting for the file upload process to complete. The goal is to make the upload process more efficient and less disruptive to the user's workflow.

Upload Async