Noticeable Updates

Announcing Native Email Sending

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Announcement
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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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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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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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Top Banner Widget

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
Widgets
Top Banner Widget

Great news! We’ve released a new widget.

The new Top Banner widget allows you to tell people about your latest updates, promotions, discounts, maintenances or even keep users updated about ongoing issues.


As with other widgets, you can configure the style and behavior of the Top Banner widget directly from our live editor without coding knowledge. More than 40 properties are configurable!

The widget layout is quite flexible in the sense that you can either set a title, title + description, Call-To-Action (CTA), and even include a countdown to promote limited offers. Metrics such as the number of views and CTA clicks are also collected.

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Changes to our Terms and Privacy

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Announcement

We’re updating our Terms and Privacy policy. The purpose is to clarify and simplify our statements while providing more transparency. The new Terms and Privacy is effective as of Today for new accounts and will take effect on July 8, 2021, for accounts created before this announcement.

As part of the changes, we are also adding Ipregistry to our list of subprocessors for Analytics purposes. Ipregistry is based in France and is GDPR compliant.

By continuing to use Noticeable after July 8, 2021, you agree to these changes.

Note that you are not affected by these changes if you are an Enterprise customer bound to us with custom terms.

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Okta Integration

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
New
Integrations
Okta Integration

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.

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Noticeable V2 is out 🎉

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
Announcement
Noticeable V2 is out 🎉

After several months of hard work, we are proud to introduce a whole new Noticeable!

It’s hard to enumerate all the changes in a single publication. They go from a refreshed logo to a new dashboard with an improved user interface, advanced analytics, new widgets that are fully configurable through a live editor, an easy to use JavaScript SDK to interact with the Noticeable widgets, and many new features including a WYSIWYG editor, pinned publications, private Newspages, and more. Besides, this does not include all the changes we made internally to move the service to the next level.

There is so much to say that we will introduce important changes in dedicated publications in the coming days. In the meantime, here are a few changes you should be aware of:

  • Timeline pages are now called Newspages.

  • Posts are now referred to as Publications.

  • Newspages are now served from the domain noticeable.news for users on the free plan.

  • Custom domains are no longer served and verified by Firebase. This enables faster SSL certificate generation and easier maintenance.

  • A new widget has been introduced and the legacy widget has been deprecated. You will receive an email with upgrade instructions by the end of the month.

We hope you will like what we made. As always, your comments are welcome. You can react below. 👇

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Internal Changes Ongoing

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder & CEO
Announcement

A few weeks have elapsed since our last update. We’re currently busy at making changes to our internal infrastructure to support new features.

Some of you have noticed, in the Chrome developer console, a warning about an imminent HTML imports feature removal. Be reassured, the current version of the Widget will continue to work even after HTML imports removal from Google Chrome.

In the meantime, we’re also working on a new version of the Widget.

Stay tuned!

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