Column Resize Fix
A bug that did not allow columns to be re-sized has been fixed. All editors should be able to re-size and edit columns on their sites without any issues.
Google Maps API Key Fix
A bug reported by a number of users with domain mapped sites, as a result of changes we made, has been resolved. The problem effected sites that displayed a the location of an address within a Google map. In order to rectify your own site we ask Premium users & Partners to please log into your network(s) and check your maps. If there is any issue, before contacting Customer Support, please retrieve a new Google maps API key from http://code.google.com/apis/maps/signup.html and insert it in the field which can be found under the 'Settings' tab on your network.
Show Viewers' Friends - Friends/Members Module
In the 'My friends/members' module (found in modules > Me & my community) there is now a new option to display the friends of the person who is signed in and viewing the page. Once the module is added to the page this option is managed by clicking the 'EDIT' button and in the first drop down of the Settings tab, choosing to display 'All friends of the signed-in user'.
Save/Save As Style Menu
In the style editor (accessed in the 'styles' > 'Customise style' tab) you have the ability to save your custom style as well "Save style as" - which enables you to name or re-name your style.
Members Tab User Flow Fixes
Some fixes have been implemented to resolve some issues within the member management tab of a network. These fixes allow "Pending" members to receive newsletters - as well as allowing "Newsletter" members to be successfully invited to join a network.
PLEASE NOTE: there is a known issue with Chrome browser not displaying the members tab as a result of this push. As a work-around please use the Firefox browser until this is fixed.
Search Module Fix - Draft Blog Post
A bug was resolved that was causing the Search modules (Search and Saved search) to display draft blog posts in their search results. This was due to the search modules indexing the posts incorrectly. Please note that if you are still experiencing this issue - you will need to re-save your draft posts so that the search database indexes them correctly as drafts.
We scheduled a small fix to resolve two issues today:
Template Channel Traffic Jams
An issue was resolved where replicating templates was causing a Traffic Jam as the template was automatically attempting to assign itself to a channel as part of a legacy issue. The templates are now able to be replicated again (visit the templates page: http://www.webjam.com/templates).
Redirect Loop Causing sites to Traffic Jam
Some users advised that their network was not appearing when their typed the URL straight in to the browser (as opposed to following a link). This issue has also been resolved. Users who were experiencing this should now be able to access their sites fine but either method.
Activity Email Fixes
There were some issues where activity report emails were being received blank and in some instances not being received at all. We have investigated this issue and believe the issue is now resolved. The activity reports should now be successfully delivered with all the necessary content.
Calendar Module Fixes
We have resolved two bugs that were being experienced with the calendar module. One fix now means that users are able to successfully create events. The second fix means that the option to create a new category is now fully functioning.
Forum Module Settings Lightbox Fix
There was a small cosmetic fix made to the settings lightbox for the forum module. This fix was to lengthen a field that was rendering at half the width of the column when a user wishes to provide multiple forums.
Yesterday, starting around 11:30am GMT and lasting until 19:40pm GMT, Webjam’s partner who providing the systems that allow browsers to find the webjam servers (DNS nameservers) was the target of a massive denial of service (DDoS) attack (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denial-of-service_attack for more information). The result was that many users had intermittent problems reaching the Webjam system, even though the system was up & running.
Because of the lack of information during the outage, Webjam decided to switch to another DNS provider. This was implemented last night and the changes went into effect throughout the night. Unfortunately two sub-domains weren’t setup correctly and caused issues this morning – most notably that the dashboard (my.webjam.com) wasn’t reachable. These have been fixed and the site is now fully operational.
We are currently experiencing some connection issues which are causing some users to not be able to reach the site. This is intermittently causing the site to appear down.
We are investigating this issue and hope to have a resolution soon.
We thank you for your patience and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
We scheduled a release today which included following items:
Webjam Outage/Server Problems
We are aware that for several hours today Webjam was down unexpectedly. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience this caused. We have made several bug fixes and code changes to prevent outages like this from happening again in the future. For more information visit the Editor's blog post: Downtime update for 18th December
Notification Counter (Anti-Spam measure) Reset Fix
You may have noticed that in recent weeks; in an attempt to reduce the level of spam that is being sent from Webjam, we have set up notification counters for such things as Blog notifications and inviting members to join pages or events. (For more information visit the Editor's blog post: Combatting spam) The tiers for these are set at 100 notifications per day for free users, 500 per day for Premium users and limitless for our Managed Services users. We noticed an issue with the count not resetting on a daily basis as it should have done. We have fixed this and the count will now be reset to the level it should be each day.
Further Anti-spam Measures
We have also revised and updated our capcha code to make it even more efficient at dealing with spam. We hope to see the level of spam sent through.
Blog Notification Being Sent Twice Bug
An issue wherein blog notifications were being sent twice has been resolved. This was happening because member of a network were displaying twice in the notifications light-box and therefore "selecting all" was selecting every member twice. This issue has been resolved.
We had a push today which included the following items:
Top bar Enhancements
As part of our work to enhance easier use of the platform and to provide easier navigation to your profile page and your dashboard, we have added links to these in the top bar. On top of this, Premium users now have the ability to remove the site logo and Network title from the topbar altogether (this is done in the Premium Style Settings Tab of the Styles menu). For more information please visit the Editor's Blog post: Enhancements to the top bar
Page Privacy Bug Fix
We noticed an issue wherein the page privacy settings of a network were not updating/saving. We have managed to get to the bottom of this and have fixed it.
Sort "My Networks" by Newest First
You can now sort your list of created Networks (in your dashboard) so the the last one you created is displayed first. This means that you can locate the last network you were working on faster and more easily.
We had a push this morning that included the following items:
Footer Link FIxes
Members Tab Updates
We have resolved some problems within the members tab. There was an issue wherein the members that were selected was not being remembered when moving to another page. This has now been fixed so that you can manually select members of your network more easily.
There was also a fix made to the "Select All" functionality that exists in the members tab (by clicking on the checkbox at the top of your members list). This will select or deselect every member of your network - and the paging will not be affected by this.
Profile Module Truncation
Some people were having issues displaying information on their Profile module if it was in a thin column on the left or right of their site. All the text within the module now truncates correctly and stays in the column, instead of jutting into the column next to it and/or getting chopped off.
We had a scheduled release today which included the following items:
Brand New Webjam Website
Totally new website and homepage - spanning everything from homepage and layout to actual design, feel and navigation of the site. (http://www.webjam.com - for more information).
Profile Module "Visitor View"
An enhancement to the Profile Module which means it is able to be set so that the page visitor of a site sees their own profile, instead of the site creator's. This was requested by, and will prove very useful to organisations using this module on their intranet site.
"Owner" Now Displayed in Member Tab
This was raised with a view to helping co-editors include site owners in things like newsletters. The owner of a site is now displayed under the members tab (listed as "Owner") and can be selected for the purpose of contacting for newsletters, private messages or any of the other functionalities within that tab.
When you click EDIT in the Blog module header, under the 'Co-Editors' tab you can choose to additionally give editorial rights of the Blog module to some members using the 'Only members checked below' drop down. In this setting these selected members have full editorial rights within the module.
In addition, we have introduced a collaborative setting. You are able to make ALL members of the site Blog co-editors by choosing the 'All members' drop down. In this setting the all of your site members can post new blog posts but they will not be able to delete posts.
Today we pushed the following items and fixes:
Collaborative Blog Settings
You are able to select which members of your network will be able to post blogs on your network. You have the ability now under the 'Co-Editor' tab of the Blog module settings to either select 'All members', 'Site editors only' or 'Only members checked below' (& then select specific members). This allows network editors to provide full collaboration on blogs for community sites by using the 'All members' option. Please note that these members will not be able to delete blog posts.
Web Server Performance Fixes
We have made some enhancements to optimise performance this week. As is often the case it may take some time to fully appreciate the effect of these. Please check back for further updates.
Newsletter Preview Fix
There was a bug with the branded newsletter preview (available for Premium users) not matching the style of the sent newsletter. The issues with the space for the network's logo and the newsletter's header position have now been resolved.
Username / email on Sign in
We have altered the text slightly to clarify that you are able sign into your account by using either your username or your registered email address.
The following developments are now available to all users:
Calendar & Updated Event Modules
Two upgraded modules which work in unison to enable you and your network members the ability to create events (collaboratively if required) and display them either within a module or within a calendar interface.
For more information on how to use these modules, please visit this post: Event module upgrade & new calendar module
Fixed Link for “Back to Webjam” (Premium Payment)
There was a small bug where the link that should return you to your network on the payment screen did not take you back to the last screen you’ve viewed. This has been resolved.
Members Info Sort Functionality
In the 'members' tab of your network there is the ability to view the info given by your members on their registration form. This has been given a sort feature as well as adding details like the members full name and profile pic to better aid sorting and viewing.
Blog RSS Fixes
Fixes made to the RSS functionality for blogs. If the sidebar is removed from your blog module – the RSS and Atom links were also removed. This has been added in to the footer of the blog in such instances. We have also ensured that if your blog posts are reverted back to drafts, they will not disply in RSS feeds. There is still a slight delay with the Google feed cache removing this from the actual RSS feed however.
Further Tiny MCE fixes
We had reports that people were still having issues with editing Rich text modules using the updated Tiny MCE editor. We made a fix which should sort out any issues you have if the background for your site previously made the text difficult to read. We would also like to mention that this will be an ongoing repair process until we have whittled out all eventualities of this problem. Thanks to everyone for your patience on this.
Photo Module Alphabetical Slideshow Fix/Add Edit Button fix
A small bug with the photo module was not displaying photos alphabetically, when selected in the settings, has been resolved. There was also an issue with the add/edit buttons being hidden behind the module if the display was set to slideshow. This has also been fixed.
Highlighting Selected Styles in Styles Tab
An enhancement to the styles tab which is particularly useful to users with lots of different created styles. In styles > Choose a style > My style - the menu now displays which style you currently have selected by highlighting it orange.
Member Form Fix
The customisable community registration form has an option to select “support text” (for instance to support the Terms of service category) in the members > Members form tab. This has been removed from the 'Members info' tab as this is an unnecessary category.
Link Locking Caution Message
For some of our Branded Services users. The ability exists to link lock content from certain modules so that it is displayed on pages that are replicated from templates of their networks. To help understand the implications of this function, we have added a message stating this functionality can change the way replicating sites works. Feel free to contact us for more information about this amendment.
Adding Newsletter Recipient Fix
There seemed to be an error wherein adding an ad-hoc recipient to a newsletter would create a ghost entry for this recipient, though the actual entry would not display in the members tab. This was preventing further newsletters from being sent to these recipients and so, has been fixed.
Join From Topbar on Invite Only Sites
There was a small bug where hitting 'Join' from an invite-only site would display the registration form instead of advising that the site can only be joined via invite. This has now been fixed.
Friends/Member Module misaligned in IE
Internet Explorer users may have noticed a that users in their list with longer names were pushing the alignment out slightly. We have resolved this minor alignment problem.
Add Page Lightbox IE Error
There was another issue with Internet Explorer and the “Add Page” function within the Settings tab. The problem was that not all of text was displaying. This has also been fixed.
Members Invite Members Confirmation
When using the 'Members invite members' module on a site we noticed that once you’d invited members to join there was no confirmation that an invitation was sent. We have added a message to state that the email has been sent.
The Anti Spam +50 Blog Enhancement
We have introduced a new measure to tackle some of the spam generated by illegitimate users of the Webjam platform. When a blog post is created – editors will only be able to add 50 free format email addresses into the email address field of the “Notify your friends" lightbox. Editors & co-editors will still be able to send the post to all members &/or friends. This change does not affect sites with Premium, who have the ability to send notifications to any number of free format email addresses. For more information please read the blog post: Measures to detect and remove spam & spammers
TinyMCE Rich Text HTML Tweaks
We continue to work on some small issues with the TinyMCE Rich Text Editor. We noticed a couple of things which affect the style sheet as well as the size and ability to scroll for long messages and so have resolved these. This fix had a slight impact on certain aspects of various different sites, which we believe we have also resolved. If however anything untoward has occurred with the layout of your site – please get in touch by clicking on the 'Report an issue' link in the footer.
We've certainly had a busy week this week. Yesterday, Thursday 1 October, we relased the following fixes and new developments:
Restricted Search For Branded Services Users
Our Branded Services users can now experience the benefit of a more enhanced White Label solution within the search functionality. The search module (Search and Saved Search) can now be set to just search items within a given channel or branded network; meaning the search will only search about items relevant to your brand.
Blog Activity Displays when Page is Members Only
Up until now, your members-only blogs wouldn’t display information (posts, comments etc.) in other people’s activity feed. We have added a setting in the Update Services tab of the Blog module which enables your Blog activity to be displayed in the public activity feed, should you choose this option.
Newsletter Duplicate User Fix
We found a slightly confusing bug wherein there was a conflict when a user wanted to become a member when s/he was already subscribed as a newsletter recipient of a network. This has been resolved with an added insurance into making sure that only one email address can be registered with Webjam.
New User Experience Enhancements
For newly registering users we’ve made a few slight modifications. We’ve made it easier to update your profile information by adding a link from the initial welcome message straight to your profile page. From there the Profile module also has an added button to update profile information, or “add more info”.
Here is a summary of the latest release for the following developments and fixes:
Moderation on Forums
Within the settings of the Forums module, under the Moderation tab, you can choose to designate members of your networks the ability to lock posts (prevent further responses), delete posts or topics and make the forum topics sticky (so that they always appear at the top of the forum).
Activity Feed Fix
Further to the work carried out last week to resolve the ongoing issues with the activity feed. We have more fixes in place that should resolve the issue with the feed displaying as code.
Members Information/Registration/Members Form Fixes
We noticed a couple issues in special circumstances where the members registration form does not appear for newly registering users. In addition the Channel Networks tab was sometimes displaying incorrect entries for our Branded Services users. Fixes have been made to resolve both of these problems.
Email Verification Lightbox
Though it was a minor issue, the email verification lightbox had no “close” button. We’ve added this, so now you don’t have to hit “Esc”.
Add Contact Lightbox
After a review of the “Add Contact” lightbox we have decreased the amount of personal information displayed as this can be found on your profile page(if you choose to display it). Therefore, have slightly altered its appearance to streamline the process of adding people as a friend in your contacts section.
Further Rich HTML Editor (TinyMCE) Updates
Further to last weeks post, more updates have been made to the Rich HTML Editor to encompass changes made from your style sheet (under the Style Tab on your page control settings). For full details please read the 'Have you noticed changes on your site' post in the Editor's Community blog: http://www.webjam.com/community/$webjam_blog/2009/09/29/have_you_noticed_style_changes_on_your_site.
Further to our update earlier this week regarding the activity feed, we are aware that the fixes applied to the activity log have not completely resolved the issue and the activity feed is appearing as code, or not appearing at all on user's dashboards (my.webjam.com). We are investigating the cause and hope have a resolution as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience while try to solve this issue.
Luke, on behalf of the Webjam team
UPDATE 29/09/2009: These issues should now be resolved.
We scheduled a release today for the following fixes and updates:
As a result of monitoring, we have noticed a higher level of spam being sent using the Webjam platform over the previous few weeks, as a result we have put a in a fix making it more difficult for spammers to send email. Thank you to everyone who has reported spam emails.
Activity Log Fixes
A fix was put in to resolve the intermittent issue of the dashboard activity log being displayed as code, rather than in it's correct format. In addition we added a fix to resolve issues with responding to event invites from the dashboard.
New Tiny MCE Editor
The MCE Editor is used to format rich text in some modules, these include Rich Text Module, Blog Module, Glossary Module, Post-it Note Module and Newsletter Editor. This has been updated to reflect the latest version of the software.
Turn off "Share This" Option
The "Share this" button that features on blogs can now be switched off in the edit settings menu of the blog module. We are aware of issues Google Chrome and Safari users may be experiencing with viewing this button and are still working on a resolution for this.
Select All Option For Notify Friends
Also in regards to the blog module we have added the ability to "select all" from your friends or members list when deciding who to notify of updates to your blog. This can be found as soon as you publish your blog post and click on "Notify your Friends".
Development work also continues on the new Calendar/Event module. We will update you more on this in future posts.
In the latest development cycle, the Webjam development team have been working on optimising both the speed and security of the platform.
We've made several enhancements to the security of the system - most of these are not visible to our users. The biggest change that you might notice is that new passwords now need to be at least eight characters in length. For added security, always make sure your password contains both letters and numbers and isn't something that can be easily guessed.
We have made some changes behind the scenes to make Webjam run faster and more efficiently. If you have a large number of members in your network (like some of our Branded Services clients for example), then you may notice things running a little faster than before.
That's all for now. Be sure to check back for more updates.
The Webjam team have released the following developments:
The module enables you to display Twitter feed on your Webjam site or display a feed from Twitter on any given search word or hashtag search phrase.
Forum One Line Preview Option
There is now a setting in the forum module which enables a one line preview for that given conversation. This is performed for the first post only.
As you may have already read in the Editors blog, we have re-designed the lightboxes on the site.
We have noticed a few inconsistencies in the appearance of some module lightboxes and we are working on resolving these.
Thank you for your patience.
The Webjam development team have released the following fixes:
Bookmark Favicon Fix
For those who were experiencing problems getting the bookmark module to return favicons successfully, we have issued a fix that enhances the search functionality behind this.
Additionally a bug which meant that sites with very long site descriptions could not be added as bookmarks has also been resolved.
Tag Cloud Fix
A fix was made to the tag cloud module so that when a tag is removed from its location (deleted from a blog etc.) the tag is also removed from the tag cloud. Please note that the module updates approximately every minute so be aware of this time frame once a tag is removed.
Two key things to have been developed and launched by the Webjam team this week:
Some extra enhancements were made to the Bookmarks module which has morphed into an entirely new module. Now, rather than just updating the module with links you are able to enter a URL which automatically searches and updates with descriptions/tags and favicons. These are then displayed in the module. The module can also made completely collaborative so that members of your networks can insert their own bookmarks too! Read more
Event Module Flow Fix
We noticed a small problem in the flow of inviting people to events in that once your guests have followed the link to your page in the email sent to them they are unable to fully complete their attendance response. This has been resolved and your event attendees should now fully be able to confirm their attendance. We are also working on enhancements to this module in light of much user feedback - watch here and the Webjam Blog for when this is launched.
We've noticed an issue around creating events and inviting people to events you've created. We are working hard to resolve this issue and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
We appreciate your patience while we work to get this fixed.
Custom Registration Form
Improvements to the custom Registration form include users now being able to write "support text" for the purpose of adding statements which new members can agree to using the (new) "Inline checkbox".
For example, on a network the editor may want new members to agree to the following support text:
"This site wishes to send you occasional emails containing relevant information and upcoming events"
and also adds the Inline checkbox:
and also adds the Inline checkbox:
"If you agree to receive occasional emails please tick this box" [ ]
Character Limit Removed from Glossary
We have been requested by users to remove the character limit from glossary module entries and this has been completed this week.
We have been busy developing the following fixes/enhancements to the Webjam platform:
Email Sent From
Fixes were made to email sent from addresses so that they should be successfully delivered to the recipients and be sent from the correct sender:
Network (name of network), user (the user's full name) or "Webjam" (our own info@webjam email address).
First/Last page navigation - forums module
An enhancement made in response to a user of the popular Ed Speleers site (http://www.edspeleers.com). When the number of pages exceeds 10 on a forum post - the option to select the first or last page is now given.
Enhancements to Blog and Members Form
Users previously requested a way to more easily manage comments on blog posts. This has been developed so that the blog editor can set how many comments can be displayed and in what order they are listed (old to new, new to old).
We have developed a brand new module on the Webjam platform:
The Glossary Wiki Module
This brand new feature enables editors and network members to add their own entries into a directory which then stores the entry in an easy-to-find alphabetised search.
Editors also have the option to moderate the entries and edits, as well as providing the ability to alter the collaboration settings.
For more information visit the Webjam blog post
This week we've made some enhancements to the dashboard, as well as tidying up by fixing a couple of small bugs.
My networks access
From the dashboard, as well as the hints and tips there is a mini-my networks module that lists three of your networks as well as a link to the actual 'my networks' page. The link to the Webjammers Community has been renamed 'Editors Community'.
Top bar changes
Some slight alterations have been made to the top bar so that when you are logged in, the Webjam logo links to your dashboard. When you are not logged in, you are directed to the Webjam homepage. Additionally an issue with the 'Join' button moving if the username was too long has been fixed.
The Webjam footer has been updated for all network sites including the removal of the columns of links, and there is a more discreet looking footer for Webjam corporate pages.
For more information on all of these things - please visit the Webjam Blog post.
Last week the Webjam Development Team released the following items:
Bug fixes made to emails
- Minor fixes made to ensure profile pictures and links to pages are present and displayed correctly in email notifications.
- Network email addresses are now correctly displayed in the "reply-to" address for newsletters and in the newsletter settings screen (accessed from the 'members' tab).
Premium Discount Field
A field has been added to the payment screen when upgrading to Premium to allow the input of promtional/discount codes supplied by Webjam. More on this feature will be announced in the coming months.
Fixes and Enhancements to Topbar
- A fix was made to the activity count in your topbar to ensure that the count corelates to the number of acitivties in your dashboard inbox.
- The ability to "Join" is now an option on any pages or networks you are are currently not affiliated with. This does not apply to Webjam corporate pages.
The Webjam Development Team has released the following bug fixes:
Support for Google's Chrome Browser
Google Chrome users can now expect:
- Tidied up and better rendered lightboxes.
- Smoother navigating between tabs and subtabs.
- "Add module" working correctly so that you can add modules to your page (and see subpages and sub networks).
- Fix made to allow drag and drop of modules in Internet Explorer 6 browser.
- "Newsletter" members of networks are now able to join as full member.
- New "Remove Sidebar" option added to Blog module (check out http://www.webjam.com/community/$webjam_blog/2009/05/07/improvements_to_the_blog_module for more information).
- Custom registration form (Premium users only) now applies to "Sign in" lightbox.
New Developments to Webjam this week:
Ability to add a "Network email" so that notifications (Newsletters, invites etc.) are displayed as having a stipulated "from" address. Check out http://www.webjam.com/community/$webjam_blog/2009/05/07/send_emails_from_nominated_email_address for more information.
Big release today with some big enhancements:
A whole new dashboard layout to give you a much cleaner access to all everything you need. Check out http://www.webjam.com/community/$webjam_blog/2009/04/22/the_new_webjam_dashboard for more information.
Webjam to Networks
We've been cleaning up the whole platform to allow everyone to be fully immersed in the networks. Check out http://www.webjam.com/community/$webjam_blog/2009/04/24/from__webjams__to_your_very_own__networks for more information.
As of today, three new modules are available for all users in the "Webjam toolbox" tab of the Modules menu:
This allows you to add a search module onto their site which can be configured to display different defaults.
Provides you with the ability to set a pre-defined search to be displayed on their site.
Allows you to insert a module that searches all tags on their site and displays them in one place.
For more information about our new search functionality & the tag cloud module, visit the Webjam Blog post: Search & tag cloud modules for your site
These enhancements were made to the Webjam platform today:
- New option to "Join" in the topbar which allows you to register to Webjam and join the site you're viewing.
- Updated functionality to 'My webjams' and 'Page navigation' modules to enable you to prioritise your pages more easily using drag and drop.
- Added functionality to "Channel Settings tab" which enables Webjam partners to lock the modules they wish to replicate on each new page to prevent them from being edited.
In today's update the Newsletter has had the following functionality added:
- Brand new 'Subscribe to newsletter' module added (found in: modules > Me & my community). This module enables your users to subscribe/unsubscribe to your newsletters from your site.
Branded Services Users
- Ability to add Newsletter recipients to members area by adding email addresses. To try out this feature navigate to members > Newsletter settings and click the 'Add email addresses' button.
- Ability to add ad-hoc recipients from the Newsletter lightbox. Once you click on the 'Send newsletter' button (found in members > Members list) you will see the Newsletter lightbox where you are able to add additional recipients by email address.
- Stylistic change to the lightboxes to give sites a more neutral feel (i.e., less branding). For more info visit the Webjam Blog post: Pushes & the lightboxes looks a little lighter.
- Fix of issues around replication of module settings for the Blog, join this webjam, forums, and RSS feed modules.
- Fix of browser compatibilty issue on Internet Explorer.
- New "Sign-in" module created - insert a sign-in form anywhere on your site.
Webjam Branded Services partners now have the following enhancements to their service:
- Members form now able to be associated to a template so that the form appears on all replicated sites.
- Full replication of all Premium styles on templates (favicon, logo link and label, data).
- Full replication on all site settings on templates (privacy, tags, description)
- Ability to lock entire template pages to prevent settings from being edited or deleted.
- Ability to set modules to automatically appear on new pages created within replicated sites.
We at webjam decided it was a good idea to keep you informed of the changes we make on a regular basis; to improve our service to the platform and your overall experience of webjam. With this in mind, welcome to the first of many blog updates, informing you of any changes or fixes that have been put in place as a result of your feedback in the forums and/or our development as a company on the whole.
We schedule in fixes and releases every 1 – 2 weeks. These can include anything from a couple of minor amendments or tweaks, to big projects we’ve been working on and developing. The main aim here is to let you know what we’ve been up to and to provide you with any useful hints and tips if necessary.
So onto what we did last week...
- Fixes to improve general performance.
- Resolution of bugs around being able to scroll through pages of invited guests.
- Problems around displaying who’s attending an event and who isn’t resolved.
In Other News...
- Fields in the Premium Styles menu realigned.
Over the coming months, we will be developing some new and exciting projects so please check the Product Plan for more information and updates. Make sure you update the forums with any issues you may encounter, as well as reporting things directly by using the links in the footer.