New Booster Type: Modal Booster
Modal Booster, who dis? 🤙 We're excited to announce our new modal booster that allows you to highlight important announcements on your website in a modal window, ensuring that your users see them!
It is a great way to draw attention to your time-sensitive, significant announcements, such as new products, version updates, special offers, or upcoming events. You can also use it to promote content that you think will be of interest to your users.
AI Writing Assistant 🤖
We have great news for you to spend less time writing and more time making product updates. Behold our new AI Writing Assistant to help write release notes! 🤖
Now you can announce product updates in seconds without worrying about writing or formatting them yourself. Just give some keywords, and our AI-powered assistant will take care of the rest!
It is a great way to come up with a beautiful outline and save time writing product announcements. So, whether you're releasing a new feature or just updating an existing one, be sure to try out our new AI writing assistant! The best part is that it's available for everyone to use!
PS: this announcement is written by AI 🤫
Custom CSS for Widget
We are happy to hit another great news this week! From now on, you can add custom CSS to your AnnounceKit widgets, which means that you can now customize the look, details, and feel of your widget as you wish to make it match your brand.
To add a custom CSS string to your widget, go to Edit Theme in Widgets and enter your CSS in the 'Custom CSS' field.
Post Cover Image 🖼
When announcing product updates, it is important to grab your users' attention with eye-catching visual elements and images, as much as anything. Then, let me uncover our new feature, post cover image 🖼
Now, you can add an image to display as a cover on your feed and widget. This way, you can showcase the scope of your updates in a more visually appealing way 😎 All in all, the aim is to help your users quickly notice and understand your awesome new update.
You only need to upload a cover image to your post in your content editor 🙆♀️ Once you've uploaded your image, it will automatically be added as the cover image and displayed on your standalone feed and widget! Happy cover imaging 😛
Create Your Own Post Templates
You might sometimes find yourself making the same announcement over and over, lose a lot of time writing release notes or sometimes inspiration just strikes... Good news! We are happy to announce that now you can create your own post templates to make your next announcement even faster ⚡
With this feature, you can save any of your announcements as a template and easily create ready-to-use, canned posts. You can also edit your templates at any time, so they're always ready to go when you need them.
All you need to do is go to your post editor and save the template you want. Happy announcing!
Post Summary Feature
Hey everyone 👋
We've got a new feature for you all who've been asking for a long time– the Post Summary! This will allow you to override a post summary for your long product updates to display a short overview on your widget concerning SEO and aesthetic purposes.
To use this feature, choose
Post Summary view mode on your widget to use this feature, go to the post editor, and enable the
Override Post Summary field. Enter your desired text, and you're all set 💁♀️
Post Details for More Post Insights
When we do something new, let's be honest, we love seeing outcomes. That's why we make that improvement at first. So, it is invaluable to understand how your works are performing and better understand your audience.
To see the performance more clearly, we are excited to announce a new and improved feature for AnnounceKit, the post details page!
Within this page, you will be able to see all of the stats and analytics for a related announcement, including the number of views, comments, and reactions. You'll also get insights into audience reach, satisfaction, email open rates.
Click on the view stats right under your posts; yes, yes here 👇
React Native SDK
We're excited to announce the release of the React Native SDK. It lets you quickly implement AnnounceKit into your React Native mobile apps and take advantage of its great features.
We're planning to expand on the mobile ecosystem and include Flutter, Android SDK supports. So stay tuned for updates!!