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November 5, 2019
Exply 4.0.0 - Major Release
One generic data type to make comparing even easier - no need to filter for data/document types anymore!
Direct database import for Tempo Timesheets - way faster and no extra permissions needed.
All imported data fields are now distinct fields. For examples, you can now differentiate between Worklog Created On and Issue Created On. This also applies to many other fields.
Value Field Filters within every Widget. It is now finally possible to set individual filters in each Widget and directly compare different data.
Interactive Burndown Chart
Duplicate Widgets & Dashboards
Sum Row/Column for the Matrix Widget
Added the option to set a custom timespan as default in the Time Selector widget
Added more default time spans to the Time Selector widget (e.g. last 7 days, last 2 weeks, last 3 months, etc.)
Added option for non-encrypted logins to Exply On-Premises
Some Row Chart did not show tick descriptions
Add more default formats for the CSV importer
Tick labels are now centred in Row Charts with multiple values
Editing and saving Dashboards in responsive mode caused them an to stay in responsive size, even when the Dashboard was normal size again
Fixed an issue with the number picker in widgets
Fixed an issue that caused Jira gadgets with predefined height to not work correctly
and many more
Today's Top Milestones
This isn't a milestone so much as an update. As founders, absolutely everyone here has a social and moral imperative to use the platforms that they've
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Public Early Access
Uh-oh 🙄 We kept building Emberly for 6 months without properly testing the main value proposition😅. But we finally decided to la
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50 sign ups!
It's been a week now that the first version of targetaudience.app is live and there were 50 sign-ups so far! Since we had 205 visitors that's nice con
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Hacker News Karma tracking added
In last week I was working to add a new developer metrics to MondayMetrics and it is ready now. Now you can track your "Hacker News Karma" with Monday
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The covid-19 crisis was our rocket fuel We have increased demand for our services since the start of the crisis... just in time when our first MVP was
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Ready for release v4.6
This feels more like a personal milestone for me. I'm not a very patient person. I don't create mockups, I code. I don't do much post development test
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Pricing is down!
Well, I wouldn't call it a "milestone" or "achievements". But, anyway, I downed pricing and now you can have the full SaaS boilerplate "just" for $239
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My Takeouts Delivered Demo Complete
My Takeouts demo is complete and ready to be validated. It explains in detail what the project is about and features a calculator to test out the new
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Released my first MVP to HackerNews
The first version of ImageCart is ready to share! Users can sign up and use the service for hosting their own private Docker repositories. I've made s
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Launched #3 on Product Hunt
This was about a 9 hour coding project, and a lot of that was spent polishing things like the little product hunt gif. A good idea matters, but polish
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