Noticeable Updates

Updates for April 20, 2022

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
Enhancement
  • Due to recent abuses to trigger spam notifications to our customers by automating feedback creation from Newspages or Widgets, we added a rate limit to a set of actions. This should not affect legitimate usage. However, if you are still experiencing spam, please drop us a line below or via email.

  • The widget trigger of type “None” is now supporting automatic widget opening. This means that if you create for example a modal widget with “None” as trigger, and publish a new publication with the option “Automatically open widgets when the publication is new” in order to automate the opening of your widget, then your modal widget will now automatically open to users who have not already seen the publication.

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Announcing Native Email Sending

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Announcement
Preview

We’re excited to announce native email sending.

You are wondering what is behind this announcement? that’s the ability to forward Noticeable publications to your subscribers by email in one click:

Our goal is to make the publication of your updates but also the management of your audience easier.

Native email sending is currently under development. A minimal set of features is available at this time but we’re actively working on expanding the scope.

You can request access by clicking on the button below or dropping us a line by mail. Note that only customers on a paid plan and with an active subscription are accepted to join the preview.

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Updates for February 15, 2022

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
  • Newspage Atom and RSS feeds have been improved and pass W3C validation. We’ve also added support for JSON feeds. Here is an example for the Noticeable Newspage:

    https://updates.noticeable.io/feeds

  • In preparation for a new feature, we deployed changes to the GraphQL API:

    • Email subscription statuses ARCHIVED and CLEANED have been deprecated and will be deleted after May 14, 2022. Instead, you should use new dedicated input arguments and output fields.

    • Input arguments isArchived and status have been added respectively to email subscription update and create mutations.

    • Email subscription data returned with mutations now includes isArchived, isCleaned and status output fields.

    • Fields deprecated since more than 6 months have been deleted.

  • Changes similar to the GraphQL API have been released to the Noticeable-Zapier integration. If you have active Zaps, an update might be required. In that case, you should have received an email from Zapier.

  • Examples for listing, fetching, creating, deleting, and updating email subscriptions using the API have been added to our GraphQL playground page.

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Updates for February 1, 2022

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
Enhancement
  • An option to download user feedback as CSV has been added.

  • You can control per Newspage and per Widget whether the user feedback form should display and require fields to collect email and name.

  • Each user feedback now includes the page from where the feedback was collected via a field called Referer. There is also a new field named Origin that indicates from what Newspage or Widget feedback was collected.

  • The top-banner widget includes a new option named Position to move and stick the banner to the top or the bottom of your page with a single click.

  • When you duplicate a post, its publication date and time are automatically set to the current date and time. Expiration time and archive status are also removed if they were set.

  • An issue impacting accounts that were updating their default profile image was fixed.

  • The issue returning “Internal Server Error” upon email subscription on Newspages has been fixed.

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A quick look back at 2021

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Announcement
A quick look back at 2021

So long, 2021! It was marked by productivity and growth. If we had to sum this year up in a few words, here’s what we’d say: more features, better user experiences, and even more success stories.

Here are some of the most important highlights of the year 🎉:

  • New Dashboard

    Last year, our dashboard took a step forward with a more intuitive, fresh, and easier-to-navigate interface. We also released analytics, developed a rich text editor, a live widget editor, added support for Call-To-Actions (CTA), implemented notification preferences, and many other customization options.

  • New Widgets and JavaScript SDK

    In 2021, we released a new version of the popup widget but also new modal and top-banner widgets. More layouts for more use cases and better product updates placement.

    Additionally, we also added support for code injection in widgets and the new JavaScript SDK makes use of the standard Web platform with a concise API that enables events support and cross-device synchronization.

  • Single Sign-On (SSO)

    Early last year we launched support for SSO. Our implementation supports OIDC and SAML industry-standard protocols. SSO reduces chances of hacks by only requiring one set of credentials and only logging each user in once per day. We also created an integration to appear in the Okta catalog for easier usage.

  • Improved Newspages

    2021 was also the opportunity to bring several enhancements and features to Newspages. This includes support for private Newspages to restrict accesses with a shared secret or by IP addresses, but also Right-to-left (RTL) support with Newspages and Widgets.

And many other amazing features!

Thank you!

This year Noticeable helped more businesses around the globe to engage and keep their users updated. Among them are Airfair, Checkout, Firstbase, Huggy, IBM, Lytx, Nylas, Picdrop, Pipplet, Synthesia, Testlodge, and more.

For the sake of every user, we’re committed to making Noticeable the best changelog as a service but we couldn’t do it without your support. Your feedback and suggestions were a valuable resource for the improvements we made in 2021, and they will continue to drive our roadmap this year.

We’d love to continue hearing from you in 2022! If you want to say a quick hello or drop a few suggestions, drop a line below, send us a message on Twitter or by email.

From the whole team at Noticeable, we want to wish you a great year ahead!

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Widgets Custom CSS and JS

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New

We’ve added support for widgets code injection. This allows customizing iframes (injected on your page when you load a Noticeable Widget) with your own CSS and JavaScript:

Widgets code injection is an advanced feature that requires coding knowledge. Besides, it is available on the Business and Enterprise plans only.

That’s also the time for us to thank you for an incredible and active 2021. See you in January, and have a wonderful holiday season!

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Updates for December 14, 2021

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Enhancement
  • The option to duplicate a publication has been improved to enable the creation of a copy in the project of your choice:

  • User feedback messages displayed in the dashboard are now formatted with line breaks appropriately.

  • Fixed a cache invalidation issue that prevented to move on widgets a publication from the published state back to the draft state.

  • Fixed an invalid quota limit (related to the number of collaborators you can invite) upon new project creation for some accounts created before November, 2021.

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Dashboard Notification Preferences

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
Dashboard Notification Preferences

We’ve introduced new notifications and a dedicated section on the Noticeable dashboard to control your preferences. You can define whether you want to receive:

  • announcements by email for new Noticeable product updates.

  • daily email reports for new emoji reactions.

  • an email for each new user feedback.

  • a reminder to write a publication after a given period elapsed.

Each organization and project collaborator can configure its own preferences. When it makes sense, you can control preferences per project. For instance, this is useful when you manage multiple projects for multi-language purposes.

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Updates for October 13, 2021

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Enhancement
  • Widgets are up to 50% faster to load and render. Although Noticeable widgets were already amazingly fast and lightweight components, we made improvements by serving content from Cloudflare CDN (with HTTP3) and upgrading the Lit library we are using to its new major 2.0 version.

  • New customization options are available with the modal and popup widgets: you can set a custom background color and select whether the publication author must be displayed or not.

  • Upon background color change, the color of the text and some other user interface elements automatically adapt to meet color contrast standards.

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