We’ve launched public roadmap!

At AnnounceKit we don’t like fluffy words. We make actions. Real actions.​

​You all have features you would like to be developed by our team. And we are eager to make it happen.

We’ve launched public roadmap, where you can contribute your suggestions and vote for the ones you want to see implemented.  

Or simply follow the link and see what is waiting for you in the next few months are heading.

​👉👉👉Check out our roadmap​

New Plans are available

As you’ve probably noticed, AnnounceKit team is committed to make our product more powerful and bring you more value. We’ve recently released new features: Feedback & Reactions, Subscription, and killed an ARMY of evil bugs. Segmentation and Intercom integrations are on their way! 🎉 🎉🎉

We want to make AnnounceKit affordable and suitable for teams of all sizes. Either you are just starting out or a successful business (Hurray!) we now offer a plan for each one of you. 🙌

Free plan: Simple solution for personal use to explore and try out.

Lite: For teams of all sizes who are just starting out.

Startup: Feature-rich solution for startups big or small.

Business: For enterprise teams with custom needs. (Coming soon)

Enjoy the new Subscription Feature

We are happy to announce that your users can now subscribe to your updates! 💃💃💃 Bring their attention to the latest news even when they are away from your website by automatically sending them an email to their inbox.

Your loyal customers will be excited to be the first to know.

You can make our team smile by subscribing to AnnounceKit announcements 🙃

Say Hi to User Feedback & Reactions

Announcekit now works both ways! With the new Feedback feature, your visitors can leave a reaction or text based response to your posts.

No more long survey users never fill in! 🙌

Make it easy for customers to react and share their feedback. All they need to do is to click on emoji! Discover right away if your company is on the right track.

Introduce smart ways to hear your user’s opinions and let them know that their voices are being heard.

Sounds great? Tell us your feedback down below 😉

Meet our new Sidebar Widget

Our sidebar widget is cooler than it was. Now you can display your full posts, including images, videos, code samples, etc within the widget. No need to direct users to a secondary page.

And this is not it! The sidebar is also faster than before, without adding any bloat to your pages. 🔥

Give it a shot using the new configuration settings on your widgets page and let us know if you have more suggestions.

Easier Authoring With the Rich Text Editor

Markdown is a great way to write content on any device, and that’s the main reason we prefer to use it :) It is difficult for some new users to write in markdown since it requires to look at the reference.

Now we support rich text editing features on post bodies, in addition to Markdown. It is a lot easier to decorate text / add links or images and view the resulting format as is while you are editing your posts.

You can also switch to Markdown editor anytime if you want and have the best of both worlds.

Language Support for Newsfeed and Changelog

Today we released language support for users who want to provide their changelogs fully in their native language.
Please note that only public feed and widgets will be translated. Dashboard will remain in English.

Currently supported languages;

  • English
  • German
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Italian
  • Portuguese
  • Turkish

Please get in touch for language requests.

Embeddable Feed Widget

We developed a new type of widget which you can embed to your dashboard or any visible place to ensure your users see your latest updates.

A Fresh Look for Widgets

We know how important is your website design and want to make a small contribution. Today we released a new look for our Popup and Sidebar widgets. Now, widgets are faster, smoother and lightweight.

Widgets created before this release will have the older design. To update your design you need to create a new one.

Importing Posts from Headway, GitHub

To make things easier for our users to migrate from other services or keep track of their GitHub releases, we just released the Import service.

You can find the panel under your project settings.

If you wish to import from Headway, simply select HeadWay as your source and provide the public feed url as source. In a couple of minutes, all your posts will appear under your Announcekit project.

Choosing GitHub provides a nice extra feature. When you provide a repo url, we’ll parse the releases and create automated changelog posts for you. As a bonus, if you choose Auto Import New Releases feature, we’ll keep importing new release notes from the repo. This way you can simply create GitHub releases and all the release logs will automatically appear on Announcekit!

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