New Import Source: GitHub Releases 🎊

New 1 week ago Paulo, Founder

From now on you can import GitHub releases into Changelogfy.

This can happen in two ways:

  1. A simple import.
  2. Automatic import, this means that every time a new GitHub Release is released it will be automatically imported into your Changelogfy project.

Warning: For now this feature is only available for public repositories on GitHub.



New JavaScript SDK

Improvement 1 week ago Paulo, Founder


Today we release the new fully rewritten javascript SDK, you won't be able to see any major visual changes.

But this update is very important for Changelogfy because it will support the new updates we are preparing for this month.

*PS: If you use SPA mode, don't forget change from:

let changelogfy = new changelogfy(config);
let changelogfy.init();



For more info, click here.



Minor improvements in the Widget 🔧

Improvement 4 weeks ago Paulo, Founder

Today we made some minor improvements to the widget for iPhones and introduced two new functions in api javascript.

From now on you can open and close our In App Widget by API.

To learn more about this please click here.



Changelogfy finally is out of beta 🎉

New 1 month ago Paulo, Founder

As we mentioned earlier, Changelogfy is finally out of beta!

From now on all accounts are in the trial period until the last day of August 2019, if you would like to sign one of our plans, this is already possible.

Until the last day of August, all beta users will be able to subscribe to any of our plans for 50% off for a full year!

If you do not subscribe to any of our plans by the end of the trial period, your account will be downgraded to the FREE plan.

👉👉👉 Click here to understand the difference between the plans.



Introducing Danish language 🇩🇰

New 1 month ago Paulo, Founder

At the request of our users, we include the Danish language in the changelog widget and public page.

If you feel the need for more languages, please contact us.