Chrome plugin and version 1.2.1 of expoze.io are now live

December 24, 2021

The one with the Chrome plugin

Chrome plugin and version 1.2.1 of expoze.io are now live

In today's release (v1.2.1)
We added/updated the following functionality:

  • We've launched our brand new Chrome plugin, allowing you to analyze websites on the fly!
  • We've significantly added to our recently launched Knowledge Base.
  • We've also added a direct link to our knowledge base to the main menu of expoze.io.
  • We've added the first knowledge base articles to the corresponding pages in expoze.io, so you are now able to find articles related to the page you are on in our platform by clicking the question mark in the bottom right corner of your screen.
We fixed the following/squished the following bugs:
  • In some scenarios using special characters in user invites wasn't allowed while it should be
  • We fixed some issues with the reset password functionality
  • Certain tax numbers were shown as incorrect while they shouldn't be
  • SSO didn't work for certain organisations
  • Usernames were capital sensitive while they shouldn't be
  • Complete exports didn't include the raw heatmap data file for certain users
  • Invited users couldn't be deleted from an organisation
  • Invited users invites couldn't be revoked
  • The UK wasn't selectable in the country selector
  • For some older analysis an error was generated when opening the file
  • After running a heatmap, the mouse could no longer be used for zooming in and out
  • The main body text was unreadable in dark mode for Chrome
  • When naming a new AOI, it took the name of the AOI named last
  • Heatmap visibility slider didn't consistently work when clicking it.
  • Workspaces with subspaces in it couldn't be deleted.
  • In certain scenarios our GUI would generate errors when using Safari
Thanks for reporting the bugs to us, we can't do this without you. If you happen to run into a bug yourself, don't hesitate to get in touch with us through our support page.

A glimpse of what's coming
We love being open about what we're currently working on, so we wanted to give you a glimpse of what's to come in our next releases by providing a publicly available roadmap. We also give visitors the option to upvote certain features and ideas so we can better understand what we should be working on!

Keep in mind these are work in progress and thus priorities might shift, leading to features being pushed to a release later down the road or not being released at all.