Changelog

New updates and improvements to Iteration X
November 3, 2023

Iteration X now integrates with Make.com

We're thrilled to share that Iteration X has joined the list of native integrations offered by Make.com! πŸŽ‰

In addition to our current integrations with Jira, Linear, and Asana, you can now effortlessly link Iteration X with thousands of other tools using our Make.com integration, starting with your preferred project management platforms, including Trello, Notion, Monday, and Clickup.

Not to mention, you can also easily export your issues into CSV reports, Google Sheets, or Airtable projects, making reporting on projects that much easier.

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October 16, 2023

Introducing Video Captures

New Feature Release: Video Captures Now Available in Iteration X πŸŽ‰
You can now record your screen and share it as a new issue in seconds.
Hit the 'Record screen' button whenever you need to share a bug or issue that requires a video to be communicated such as flows, interactions or animations.
This new feature is designed to help you give more context to your captured issues, without the need to switch between tools to do it.
The introduction of the Video Capture feature aligns with our mission to build and ship better products, faster.
We believe this feature will significantly reduce the time spent on bug reporting and all types of feedback, allowing you to allocate your valuable time to focus on building and shipping.

Improvements and Fixes‍

- Implement a new onboarding.
- Implement new modals and redesign existing ones.
- Implement new designs for sign up page, team cover and project cover.
- Rename roles.
- Remove sidebar in IE & Firefox.
- Reorganize the issues page layout.
- Implement new permissions regarding locked projects.
- Add new CTA to download the app and to upgrade plans.

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July 13, 2023

Introducing the Teams feature

Exciting Product Update! Introducing Teams Feature for Iteration X

Iteration X has just launched its latest feature: Teams! πŸŽ‰

Let's dive into the benefits that the Teams feature brings:

Simplified Collaboration:

No more hassle of individually inviting collaborators to each project! When you invite someone to join your team, they gain instant access to all the projects created by any team member. It's a streamlined approach that saves time and effort, allowing you to focus on what truly matters – improving websites and building new ones.‍

Manage Collaborator Permissions:

Maintaining control over your projects is crucial, and Iteration X understands that. With Teams, you have the power to assign roles to each team member – be it Manager, Contributor, or Viewer – ensuring the right level of access for everyone. This flexibility empowers you to contribute effectively while retaining the necessary control over your projects.‍

Efficient Workflow Management:

‍Boosting productivity is a top priority for Iteration X, and the Teams feature helps you achieve just that. Set priorities, assign issues to specific team members, and mark them as resolved – all in one place. This streamlined workflow management keeps you organized, focused, and highly effective, leading to enhanced productivity and smoother collaboration.

Getting started with Teams is as simple as logging into your Iteration X account and exploring the new functionalities. The first team is absolutely free and includes ONE unlimited project with unlimited collaborators and 15 external tasks.

June 26, 2023

New Project Management Center

Discover the new Project Management Center, a central place from where you can manage your projects and issues without switching tabs or tools!

βœ… You have now access to an overview of all the projects you’re currently working on, from the side bar, you can:

- Create new projects.
- Access your recent projects.
- View your issues.
- Manage your new invitations.
- Search for any project from our search bar.

βœ… When you select a project, you have an overview of all the relevant information you need:

- A project cover.
- Website URL.
- List of members with their permissions.
- Number of open issues and resolved ones.

βœ… You can now invite more collaborators and manage the settings of your projects right from one place.

βœ… When clicking on the Issues tab in your Project Management Center, you have directly access to you issues list, where you can browse you issues and manage them.

Clicking on an issue, now opens a panel in the right side of your screen where you can check all the technical information about the issue, you can assign issues, set priorities and mark issues as resolved.

The new Project Management Center is meant to be a central place where project members can collaborate to fix issues faster without the need to switch tabs or tools anymore.

May 16, 2023

Capture issues on Tablet and Mobile

You asked for it, we built it for you! πŸ‘‰ you can now capture issues on Tablet and Mobile directly from your Chrome Browser.

βœ… Either resize your chrome window and capture issues on Tablet or Mobile view.
βœ… Or use the dev tool in your Chrome browser to choose the exact device you want to capture issues in.

May 5, 2023

New Control Bar UI

We are excited to announce the new Iteration X control bar: capture, share and manage issues in one click, directly from any website. πŸš€
From one single elegant bar with minimal footprint, you can now:

βœ… Capture new issues.
βœ… Invite new collaborators.
βœ… View and browse issues.
βœ… Switch between light and dark mode.
βœ… Access the projects settings.
βœ… Rename your project.

May 4, 2023

New draggable Quick Access Menu

You can now drag and move the Quick Access Menu along the left part of the screen in case it hides something you wanted to capture.

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