A new option allows for generated PDFs and other document files to be automatically attached to their corresponding activities, saving you a few clicks.
Case subjects are now editable, allowing you to rename cases – or just fix your typos
Cases can now be merged or restored from trash using the API
Two new columns and filters on the Bookkeeping Report: contribution ID and financial account owner.
This change increases the coverage of hook_civicrm_selectWhereClause to include selecting events.
Mailing reports now can display the subject line in addition to the internal mailing name.
Auto-renew options on contribution pages now appear or freeze according to the selected membership type's settings for auto-renew.
And as always, we’ve made dozens of small improvements and bug fixes, to give you a smoother experience overall.
Authorize.net users:: Prior to 4.7, CiviCRM forced Authorize.net to send out receipt emails regardless of Authorize.net configuration. From 4.7 onwards this will not happen and you should log into your Authorize.net interface and configure whether you want Authorize.net to send out receipts (in addition to those sent by CiviCRM).
Lybunt report users:: Some fields that were previously mandatory on Lybunt are now optional. On new reports they are on by default but you might need to check the fields you want are selected for existing reports.