Noticeable Updates

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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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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Noticeable V2 is out πŸŽ‰

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder and CEO
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Noticeable V2 is out πŸŽ‰

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. πŸ‘‡

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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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GDPR Compliance βš–οΈ

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder & CEO
Announcement
GDPR Compliance βš–οΈ

You’ve most probably already heard of the General Data Protection Regulation, more commonly known as GDPR. This regulation from the EU is overhauling the requirements for businesses who collect, process and transfer the personal data of EU citizens.

We’re writing to let you know that Noticeable is fully GDPR compliant. Our privacy policy has been updated to clarify some points.

You can download our Data Processing Agreement and read more on our help center article "What’s Noticeable EU GDPR compliance status?".

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Happy New Year πŸŽ‰

by Noticeable Team
Announcement
Happy New Year πŸŽ‰

A big thank you to all of you for your support and for believing in Noticeable, none of this would have been possible without all of you!

The Noticeable team wishes you a happy new year full of joy and love. Make 2019 your best growth year yet and leave your competition in the dust.

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Happy Holidays πŸŽ„πŸŽπŸŽ…β„οΈβ›„

by Noticeable Team
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Happy Holidays πŸŽ„πŸŽπŸŽ…β„οΈβ›„

As always, we’re so thankful for you and are pretty excited to continue building with you in 2019 the best platform for sharing product updates.

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Pricing Change after October 20th

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder & CEO
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The Noticeable community is growing fast! We want to keep providing you with the unbeatable quality of service you have come to know and love and the constant development of the solution that made and make Noticeable your favorite changelog and newsfeed service.

In order to do so, we will introduce new plans and increase the prices. The pricing change will only affect new customers. Current customers will be grandfathered into their existing pricing plans.

Do you want to benefit from our old pricing before the change is made? Sign-up and enter your card before October 20th and we will honor our previous pricing tiers.

Thanks for being a Noticeable user!

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Noticeable-Zapier 2.0 ⚑

by Laurent Pellegrino, Founder & CEO
Announcement

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We are thrilled to announce the second version of our Zapier integration. It includes new triggers and actions.

What's new?

You can trigger an action to external services when a post is deleted (new Post Deleted trigger). That's a simple solution to keep posts visible for a specific period of time with no code!

Besides, we have added 2 new actions: Create Subscriber and Delete Subscriber. Let's say you are already managing a mailing list with Mailchimp or another service, these new actions allow keeping in sync your existing list with your Noticeable Timeline subscribers.

What's changed?

Post creation and edition are now triggering 2 different events. In addition, you have the choice to trigger an action when the post that is created or edited is a draft, published, scheduled, or has any of these statuses. The default option is published.

What about existing Zaps?

If you already had a Zap configured, you should have received an email claiming that version 1.0.8 of our integration has been deprecated. You have until September 1, 2018 to upgrade to version 2.0.0. One month after this date, triggers configured with a version lower than 2.0.0 will have no guarantee to be executed.

Look at our guide to upgrade your existing Zaps in no time.