Web App Improvements: March 12, 2018

Page 1 of 1 (3 items)
This post has 2 Replies | 0 Followers

Posts 306
David Schwegler (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Mar 12 2018 10:04 AM

Since I haven’t given an update in a while, here’s some of the improvements we’ve rolled out to the Web App recently. It's not an exhaustive list, so if I missed anything valuable to you, feel free to mention it!

We've been making touch improvements, to allow you to interact on your tablet devices:

  • Added touch drag-drop support to panel tabs
  • Added touch gestures for press-and-hold and double-tap to make a selection in resources
  • Added touch handles for selections
  • Added better scrolling experience for track pads, especially for Chromebook

We’ve also been hard at work on the revamped Notes tool, which you can find more info about here.

  • Added Notebooks
  • Added Trash feature
  • Added note Tags with faceting (currently need to refresh the panel to make new tags appear in the facet list)
  • Added additional markup and styling options

We've also made some improvements to the site in general:

  • Small screens now default to a single-panel layout
  • Updated the trial info on the sign-in page
  • Improved initial site loading speed
  • Fixed Factbook articles not loading the same article when the page was refreshed 
  • Fixed panel tab tooltips appearing while dragging a panel
  • Fixed crash in sermon editor when syncing down changes
  • Fixed library panel not showing additional results
  • Fixed loading issues on latest version of Edge
  • Fixed rendering issue on Safari
  • Other various bug fixes and improvements. 

Lots of work is also happening behind the scenes for future improvements!

Thanks for your continued support and feedback!

Posts 67
Robert Bigouette | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 16 2018 6:52 AM

Great job guys. You keep adding to the value of this, totally made my upgrade worth it.

Posts 39
Andrew Biddinger | Forum Activity | Replied: Yesterday 8:52 AM
Web App UI Issue: The topbar on smaller screens covers the tab bars.
Page 1 of 1 (3 items) | RSS