Daily chart in events will now display all dates including ones in which there were no events collected
There's now a new endpoint available for Web Analytics allowing you to retrieve raw pageview and event data without aggregation. Read documentation
You can now download our desktop apps here for Linux, MacOS and Windows to quickly access Alpina.
Our pages are now disabling FLoC. We recommend researching and disabling it in your browser settings as well for improved privacy.
A new E-mail form field has been added with appropriate validation
Added live visitor counter in page title when viewing Radar page
You can now choose to only show Unique Visit or Pageview series on the chart!
A sneaky bug had penetrated our systems and was making it impossible to delete some links.
We've made small improvements to the light & dark green themes. Go to Settings to give them a try :)
We've added a new tab called "Radar" in your Web Analytics dashboard. This new page will only contain data for visitors that are currently live on your website. We had a lot of requests for this feature, so we hope you like it!
We're also introducing an improved world map available on your main dashboard as well as the new Radar page. Countries on the map are now colored based on the amount of unique visits and you can hover your mouse to see pageview information.
You can now setup a custom domain for your product's changelog! Go to your Changelog settings and follow the instructions to set this up and feel free to contact us if you need help
A new onLoad hook has been added to our JS client for Changelog, this new hook also returns an object containing data about the latest release, which can be used to detect if there's an unread release. Find out more in our documentation.
Add support for our new hourly chart for shared dashboards. This change will only affect new shared dashboards.
Fix ability to delete attached images.
Fix order of changes in releases so that they represent the order set in the editor
Fix dedicated pages for specific releases that weren't always working if scheduled.
Greatly improved accuracy for the Live user count is another improvement we've been working on. In terms of accuracy, the margin of error for this metric is now almost non-existent. We're not collecting any additional data to achieve this, just some clever engineering 😉 There are more improvements planned for our live user count so stay tuned!
From now on we'll be showing you an hourly chart if you select a single day!
We've greatly improved the performance for releases with over 20 changes when editing
Behind the scenes improvements in our billing and onboarding systems leading to better performance.
Filters in Web Analytics are now out of beta!
Bundle that includes all of our products is now available for purchase
Fix inability to edit a form for certain setups
Users without admin permissions from now on will not be able modify the theme, settings or categories in Changelog
Fix look of checkboxes globally
Several other minor issues resolved in Web Analytics and Forms.
Tweaked boring blue and Toasted green theme colors and fonts in multiple products to make them look a bit better
Minor UI fixes in Web Analytics and Changelog
Fix limits (in billing) displaying incorrect number of Web Analytics api requests made
Fix checkboxes looking weird on latest chrome
Multiple minor look & feel improvements across the entire platform
Our newest product is Forms, designed to help you easily create & share responsive forms, surveys and polls. Click here for details and pricing
You can now learn more from data by filtering pageviews using any of 7 available parameters and their values. This feature is currently in Beta, feel free to let us know if you notice any issues.
A sneaky bug was causing 1 user to be excluded from features with 100% allocation.
Finally! You can now check the state and statistics of your rollouts features as well as update them remotely using our REST API
Fix an error that was appearing when trying to edit a link with an expiration date in the past
Multiple behind the scenes improvements making the platform a bit snappier
Sidebar icons are now actual links, which means you can easily open them in a new tab
We now warn of the potential consequences before removing an uploaded image in Changelog
It's now easier to differentiate draft and published releases
You can now open a specific changelog release by clicking on it's title, making it easy to share exactly the release you want to instead of the entire list.
Increased file size limit for attachments in Changelog from 1.5mb to 3mb
We've added the expiration date to the details view of your links.
Validation message was not appearing if the changelog name was missing
Image for the "Other" browser row was not loading
We've got good news if you don't use Slack or Discord. You can now receive a short summary of website statistics through E-Mail. To set it up go to the Settings tab in Web Analytics. Please let us know if you notice any issues 😉
Slack & Discord integration messages were not being sent out because of a sneaky bug. Sorry about that.
window.alpinaWebAnalytics was not being set if visit skipping was enabled
You can now remove the attribution link (Powered By Alpina) on hosted changelog pages
Events support has been added, so you can now detect when the changelog has been opened or closed. Read docs
Alpina was reporting incorrect unique pageviews for Slack & Discord integrations (in some cases)
Fixed issues with the default theme for changelog when integrated with JS
We've added a badge for the currently selected profile on the list of all profiles
We've integrate this changelog that you're reading to keep you in the loop :)