In early February, we launched support for Single Sign-On (SSO). Today, we are going further and are proud to provide an official integration with Okta: Noticeable appears in the Okta catalog as a verified app with OIDC and SAML support.
One of the main targets for cyber-criminals is your username and password. Each time you log in to a new application, it provides more opportunities for hackers. SSO reduces these chances by only requiring one set of credentials and only logging each user in once per day. Furthermore, using Okta, your company can enforce the use of strong passwords but also custom policies to better protect your organization’s assets.
Single Sign-On is available on our Enterprise plan with unlimited collaborators. Drop us a line if you are interested in giving it a try or want to upgrade.
Did you ever expect your users or customers to act right away following an update you shared? Adding a Call-to-Action (CTA) is a means to grab attention and directing people to the next step.
For each publication you publish on Noticeable you can configure a CTA that is displayed as a button along with your publication content on Newspages and Widgets.
What's the advantage of using a CTA button over a link? CTA buttons are more prominent and analytics are collected for each click, thus allowing you to see how your actions behave, but also measuring success with a click-through rate.
How to define a Call-to-Action?
Create or edit a publication.
On step 2, select the Call-to-Action (CTA) settings group.
Select the Visibility settings group at the bottom of the page.
Configure the options as needed:
The feature is available with the Business plan. As part of the Enterprise plan, we also support filtering accesses by IP addresses and CIDR ranges. You can also require authentication via a header token.
What’s better than Markdown to format publications? a rich text editor!
The Noticeable dashboard is now including a rich text editor. Formatting and customizing the appearance of your publications is now simpler than ever.
You can include images, videos, format titles using different levels, put text in bold, italic, underline or even strike. Quotes are also supported along with lists, code snippets, tables, and dividers.
To apply formatting or actions, you can use the visual toolbar, shortcuts (e.g. CTRL+B to set your current selection in bold), or the Markdown syntax! Indeed, for backward compatibility but also because some of you love Markdown, we still support the syntax as you type.
There is another tip we would like to share. When writing your publication, the content is saved as soon as the editor loses focus or you click on Continue. However, it is also possible to trigger a save by pressing CTRL+S.
What about content published through the GraphQL API or Zapier? in this context, you don’t have a rich text editor. As a consequence, you can either use plaintext or the Markdown syntax.
PS: some of you asked, the editor is built on top of ProseMirror, a great open-source toolkit for building rich text editors (we contributed ESM support).
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