Console prints error: SyntaxError: expected expression, got '<' webcomponents-hi-sd.js:1
Works fine in Chrome but IE and Edge have the same blank page issue.
For FF it seems due to a service we are using (hotjar). We have pushed a new version that removes it. If you clear the cache and refresh the page it should work with FF.
We are investigating for IE and Edge. Could you please share the versions?
Correction for Edge - it does work, just takes a second for the page to appear.
IE is 11.125.16299.0.
I’d also recommend staying away from “All Changes Matter.” At least for me, that brings to mind Black Lives Matter / All Lives Matter a little too much.
Here are some answers:
- The smart widget that displays updates in context (your website)
- The possibility to collect emails from the Timeline
- Posts filtering
- Markdown formatting
- SEO friendly URLs
Soon we are going to:
- provide Zapier Templates for most popular integrations
- send Weekly or monthly reports and reminders
- collect user reactions and feedbacks from the Widget and the Timeline
Below is the link to our roadmap if you are interested in:
For sure, if you have time and money for building these features, then the service is not a good fit for you. What we provide is an all-in-one solution to easily keep your audience updated.
Edit: To clarify, it seems like you a bunch of other features as well tacked on. I don’t fully understand how they’re all related, but insofar as things such as customer relations and branding, these are things that typically the company should own itself and is unlikely to want to delegate.
I'd very much like one place I could monitor everything I use for changes.
Curious how you set the API call pricing tiers. It seems like this would not be contacted more than several times a day by builds and direct traffic would be free. I can’t imagine 500k calls unless I was serving your data uncached in a client app, but maybe that is a popular use case.
API calls refer to the number of requests that reach our servers. It includes requests when people visit a project Timeline, load Widget data but also requests sent to our GraphQL API and events received from or sent to Zapier integrations.
However, requests made while using the Noticeable website (https://noticeable.io) do not count against the quota. Also, as you mentioned, requests are cached by default by a first-class Content Delivery Network (CDN). All CDN requests are free of charge and do not count against the quota.
In other words, not only direct API calls counts but also indirect ones.
Your comment lets me think "API calls" is misleading. Do you think "requests" would help to clarify? or an on hover popup with the explanations above?