Over the last couple of months, we’ve been iterating on user-facing functionality. Read on to look at some of our new features and we’ve been working on since our last update. Also, we’re trying something new with our update posts by naming the release. With that being said, this release is called 1.7 Symmetry.
The number 1.7 comes from our internal versioning from our code deployments. We never released our versioning number until now.
Sometimes you’ll get a question through email or social media. If you already have a detailed answer within ChipBot, you can link directly to it by hitting “Expand” on the Insight. A modal will appear with a larger view of the content.
The modal will display a “Copy Link” button.
Clicking the “Copy Link” button allows you to paste a direct link to this modal and users hitting that link will see and have a chance to provide feedback.
Now you have three different types of Triggers available to popup on your website.
Below is a video we use on our Features page that highlights all three types.
Many of our users want to know what you can do with ChipBot and how they can improve it on their end.
I’m currently adding a video every 4 to 5 days and you can find them by clicking on Guides & Tutorials when you open ChipBot on the bottom right.
Since our last update post, we’ve spent a lot of time improving the actual ChipBot. These are the items currently working on what administrates ChipBot as well as the items that will unlock its full potential:
Also, we’re still open to feature requests and we review them as they come in. If you have an idea for ChipBot, let us know the use case!
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