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Sigle v1.7

  • Added custom domain to the app (beta).
  • Newsletter is out of beta and available for everyone.
  • Added ability to select the mailjet list where you send emails to.
  • Added ability to select the sender address where emails are sent from.
  • Added E2E tests suite to catch regressions and bugs.
  • Added a new enterprise plan.
  • Allow links in the twitter embeds.
  • [Custom domain] Improved pagination with a better system that can handle many pages.
  • [Custom domain] Collect emails from the landing and article pages.

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Sigle v1.6

  • Added newsletter capabilities to the app (beta).
  • Added a new Newsletter page to the dashboard to manage the newsletter settings.
  • Added a subscribe modal to the profile page and user card.
  • Added a login modal prompt when a logged out user tries to follow someone on the explore, public profile and public story pages.
  • Added CTA buttons to the editor.
  • User can now send test emails before publishing a story.
  • Added newsletter subscribe card at the bottom of the public story page.
  • Added a new settings page to manage current user email.
  • Allow users to add a canonical link to their stories via the editor settings.
  • Prefill user email when subscribing if user has email set.

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Sigle v1.5

  • Added mobile support to the editor.
  • Added Twitter embeds to the editor.
  • Added drag-and-drop support to the editor.
  • Improved drag-and-drop experience for the cover image.
  • Make the website responsive on mobile.
  • Fixed an issue causing articles not to be correctly indexed by crawlers.
  • Many small bug fixes across the app.

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Sigle v1.4

  • Added a social following system, you can follow other users and see their posts in your feed.
  • Added “Explore” page to discover writers using the platform.
  • Display The Explorer Guild creator + badge on the profile page of a user.
  • Show card displaying user information when hovering their name or avatar on the article page.
  • Redesign the header dropdown menu.
  • Added “Profile” page to the dashboard.
  • Added “Following” and “Followers” tabs on the “Profile” page.
  • Added RSS auto-discovery for all the blogs. So browser and RSS readers can automatically find the RSS feed of the blog.
  • Improved the login flow by including steps with progress indicators.
  • Improved tooling around the API to help developers.
  • Updated the mobile typography styles for a better user experience.
  • Improved the editor slash command behaviour, making it accessible for keyboard navigation.
  • Improved editor placeholder behaviour to give you more context when you write.

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Sigle v1.3

  • Created the NFT gated infrastructure to allow users to access premium features.
  • Added a new analytics page to the dashboard.
  • Added a new plan page to the dashboard.
  • Hiro login is out of beta and available for everyone.
  • Introducing the new settings layout.
  • Introducing the new profile page layout.
  • Changing your name in the settings also changes it in the header and other places.
  • Display the BNS next to the name on your profile page.
  • Added a “stories” tab on your profile page in order to add “following” and “followers” in the near future.
  • Improved login process with new signature flow.
  • New story cards on the profile page.
  • Change how profile images are displayed to be ready for more social features.
  • Custom SEO when sharing profile pages.
  • CTA to write a new story changed position.
  • A LOT of internal changes to the codebase, continuing redesign of old components.
  • We’re now able to detect when you’ve connected to Sigle with your BNS name misconfigured, and show you the guide on how to fix it.

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Sigle v1.2

  • Added a new dark mode to the app.
  • We’ve revisited the dashboard layout and redesigned the story cards to improve user experience and match our new design system.
  • The editor’s header remains visible when scrolling down, so you’re are able to save, publish and access settings at any time when writing.
  • Introducing share on social media: readers can share writer’s articles through new share buttons. Sharing content you love to Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin is just a click away.
  • Added Clarity highlighting support (the smart contract language of Stacks) to the editor.
  • Trying to leave or close the editor page with unsaved changes will now prompt a warning.

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