Please note that our product updates are added and maintained on: https://www.weavatools.com/product-updates/
There may be times where we also post here on Upvoty, but primarily the Product Update page on our website is where you can follow closer on our development work.
For a long time, our development team has worked hard to rebuild our Weava Chrome extension, which has now been released.
Due to technical debt and changing technologies, Weava has had to undergo considerable redevelopment to make the tool future-proof and with the right foundation to build additional improvements for you in the future. This has essentially meant that we have had to rebuild the software from scratch.
Finally, we have now released this re-developed version of Weava that will help us usher into the future with improved and additional features on the horizon for you and our 700,000+ users.
However, considering the scale of our update, and the amount of users Weava has, the newly released version has included some interruptions and performance-related issues, for which we humbly apologize for the inconvenience caused. The team is currently working tirelessly to have all these issues resolved as quickly as possible.
With our new foundation, Weava will finally be able to issue more frequent product updates and improvements to the software. And there will therefore also be more frequent updates here from the team of our work and plans, as well as more interactions with our users here on our Feature Request Portal in the time ahead.
We humbly apologize again for the inconvenience caused. But please rest assured that these current issues are a result of our hard work and aspiration to make Weava better for you, not that we are neglecting the software.
While we are still working on numerous large and fairly complex back-end matters related to APIs, our servers and more in order to ensure we have the best foundation to build new features upon, we have once again squeezed in some time to fix some bugs and introduce some front- and back-end enhancements to our users:
Overall we have made numerous updates and improvements to the storage limit functionality which was soft-launched in our previous update.
While we are still working on numerous large and fairly complex back-end matters related to APIs, our servers and more in order to ensure we have the best foundation to build new features upon, we have now squeezed in some time to introduce some front-end enhancements to our users:
We are currently working on numerous large API-related and other backend projects, as we outlined in weava.upvoty.com/b/feature-requests/brief-note-from-weava-team-on-current-progress-focus and therefore there will be some time until we implement our next front-end design and feature improvements.
In this process, as we were breaking up some of our monolithic code into proper microservice structures, some users may have encountered that some of our general pages on our website (www.weavatools.com) were down. That is now taken care of because our website is now properly split from the rest of our code and now is a proper stand-alone website. It is not nearly in a pristine condition that we aspire for it to be - but at least now it functions properly and can be properly maintained by our marketing team. This will, among others, also ensure that we are publishing a lot more articles and information on the website in the time ahead.
Allowing special URI characters in local PDFs
Edit source functionality
Launching 200K user promotion email
User subscription coupon implementation
Created the ability for user subscription coupons to be used upon payment of Weava premium. Just click "Do you have a coupon code?" on the payment page and insert coupon code.
We've undertaken a lot of back-end improvements, addressing legacy code, fixing inefficiencies and a lot more, including also migrating our web application to Angular 8.
Introducing user storage computation
Email unsubscribe feature & omit unnecessary emails
Deleting a collaborative folder now gives a warning:
In the future, once we have released a feature request, they will appear here in our changelog. It may also contain a specific link to an article about the feature in our Weava FAQ Knowledge Base that we are building out.