Noticeable Updates

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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Modal Widget

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
Widgets
Modal Widget

We did it! You now have access to a whole new type of widget: the modal one.

Using a modal widget, you can announce your product changes or deals in front of your users. In contrary to the popup or top banner widget, full publications content is displayed when the widget is opened.

As a trigger to open a modal widget you can select among the ones we already propose with other widgets: custom, floating button, icon, text + badge, or none.

If you prefer to use no triggers and automatically open a modal widget when you publish a new publication, that’s possible. To do so, while editing a publication on step 2, “Options”, enable the switch option “Automatically open widgets when the publication is new”:

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Updates to the Noticeable Subprocessors list

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Announcement

Effective October 18, 2021, we are adding the following Subprocessors:

AWS is added for some features we will introduce in the future.

Regarding MongoDB and Redis we already have on-premise instances hosted and running on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Starting October 18, 2021, instances will remain hosted on GCP but fully managed by MongoDB Atlas and Redis Cloud.

Our page listing service-providers has been updated in consequence:
https://noticeable.io/service-providers

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Updates for September 15, 2021

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Enhancement
  • When you create a new project label with a name that includes non-Latin characters, the slug that is generated is automatically transliterated to make it valid.

  • Transactional emails delivery has been improved: all users should now consistently receive invitations or sign-in links within seconds when they log in by email address.

  • Fixed a recurring bug preventing customers on the Growth plan to create a publication through Zapier with an empty list of segments.

  • Fixed a bug disabling configured Newspage custom domains when moving from a paid plan to another.

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RTL languages support

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
RTL languages support

Only some languages in the world use Right-To-Left (RTL) text direction, but these languages cover over a billion people. This added to the fact we received recurrent requests to support RTL text direction in the last weeks, we decided to add support for RTL languages.

RTL is now fully supported on Newspages and all Widgets!

We also include limited support with our dashboard. The support is said limited with our dashboard because the user interface remains in English and RTL is enabled for the content you input only (e.g. a publication title or content).

You are probably wondering how to activate RTL? The only action to perform is to set your project language in your project settings. From the selected language, we are able to deduce if your project requires RTL support. If that’s the case, then Noticeable components adapt automatically: HTML layout, text direction, date and time format, styles, etc.

Default phrases on Newspages and Widgets do not translate automatically but you can customize them with your own words, and thus language, from our dashboard.

In case you write any of Arabic, Farsi, Hebrew, Urdu, or any other RTL languages, we would really like to hear about your experience. Drop us an email or send us your feedback in the form below.

Newspage Example

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Updates for August 24, 2021

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
Enhancement
  • We’ve added a new option to set a link on the title of a top-banner widget (in addition to or replacement of a CTA button). When enabled, you can either redirect to the publication on your Newspage or the URL of your choice:

  • When defining a custom URL (for instance in a CTA button while configuring your publication on step 2 Options, or with the title link of your top-banner), you can now use the placeholder {publication_slug} inside your URL to create a dynamic redirection. The placeholder is automatically replaced by its corresponding value when the URL is created.

  • The live widget editor on the Noticeable dashboard now includes a dark mode to better visualize your widgets when using light colors:

  • The top-banner vertical padding set on mobile devices has been decreased to improve the aesthetic.

  • An issue preventing the Newpage embed widget to load on mobile devices has been fixed.

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Updates for August 13, 2021

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Enhancement
  • The widget setup page has been reworked to mention useful resources, including new links for integration examples with Angular, Lit, React, and Vue.

  • A sizing and positioning issue has been fixed with the Icon trigger widget. You can still adjust the vertical positioning using for instance a negative CSS margin-top but this will no longer be required in most cases.

  • Iframes created and injected by the Noticeable SDK now include a title to prevent a warning with Lighthouse inspection.

  • We’ve fixed an issue preventing the publication date and time to display on Newspages for newly created projects.

  • The input color picker used in many places on the dashboard was not always behaving as expected. This is now fixed.

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Events support for the JavaScript SDK ⚡

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New

It was requested and long-awaited by some of you. The Noticeable JavaScript SDK is now officially supporting events. You can register a listener and get notified asynchronously with events when users perform actions with Noticeable widgets.

You can register a listener as follows:

noticeable.on('widget:opened', widgetId, function(event) { ... })

We support the following event types:

  • widget:closed

  • widget:opened

  • widget:publication:comment:created

  • widget:publication:reaction:created

  • widget:publication:reaction:updated

  • widget:publication:unread_count:changed

  • widget:publication:unseen_count:changed

  • widget:ready

  • widget:refreshed

  • widget:rendering:aborted

  • widget:trigger:ready

  • widget:trigger:refreshed

  • widget:trigger_view:clicked

  • widget:trigger_view:mouse_entered

  • widget:trigger_view:mouse_left

  • widget:widget_view:mouse_entered

  • widget:widget_view:mouse_left

To learn more about the functions, parameters and values click on the next button.

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