2016.9 delivers new boundary events as well as expanded functionality for sending emails.
Non-interrupting manual boundary events gives users the option of triggering alternate flows from inside an active task without cancelling the task.
Error boundary events can be attached to service and script tasks and trigger alternate flows if the tasks scripting fails and generates an error.
Users can now add a “reply to address” which will replace the firstname.lastname@example.org default address when replying to emails sent by the Barium Live process engine.
Furthermore, a quick list of categories is now available to chose recipients from.
Go to the Barium Live Help Center and the 2016.9 – Change log for full details about this upgrade.