Updated our 'normal' heatmap preset, significant system upgrades and our new Beta testing program!
October 19, 2023
It's been a while, but we're finally ready to share some updates. This time it's a big backend architecture upgrade.
In today's release (v1.4.2)
We added/updated the following functionality:
- Changed the default boost setting of the normal heatmap preset from 2.0 to 1.1
- Fixed some bugs related to plan management
- Fixed a bug related to user management for freemium accounts
- Upgraded our back-end architecture to facilitate a modular setup. This means that we will be able to connect multiple predictive models through one pipeline, and therefore quickly and easily add new predictive functionality to expoze.io (more on this coming soon 😉)
While it may not seem like a big list, this architecture upgrade is our biggest release to date and we're very proud to have reached this milestone so that we can bring you more valuable predictive insights in the near future. Beta Testing Program
We know we've been a little quiet on the update front recently, but that is going to change! We have lots of great ideas that we would like to share with our loyal user base. From new kinds of metrics, to UI upgrades, benchmarks, API endpoints and integrations. But getting your feedback on new features is important - which is why we're launching a Beta Testing Program!
Interested in participating in surveys, user tests, and pilot testing of brand new features from expoze.io? Sign up for our Beta Testing Program by filling in your details here. If you choose to sign up, we'll be in touch if a suitable testing opportunity pops up!Become a testerA 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 works 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.
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