New Track a Site Flow, Advanced Requests Filtering, Webhook Improvements and More

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Karolina Szczur

January 20, 2020

Release Notes is a monthly summary of new features and product improvements.

Add multiple pages and set testing schedule when adding Sites

We have streamlined the process of adding new Sites. Now, you’re able to add multiple pages and set the testing schedule when initially creating a Site. The URLs will also be validated, so it’s easier to ensure that you’re adding a reachable address.

You can still add more Pages and change Agent Settings later on in Site → Settings.

Sort and filter the Request Table and Asset Chart

On the Snapshot view, it’s now easier to filter and find specific requests. When toggling asset types on the Asset Transferred by Type chart, the Request table below will only show selected file types. Additionally, each column in the Request table can now be sorted by clicking on its heading.

Configure metrics in Pull Request Reviews

Pull Request Reviews will be available to all customers within the next few weeks, but we’re already making improvements based on the beta program.

You can now control which metrics will be highlighted in your Pull Request Reviews by either adding or ignoring them in /.calibre/config.yml file in your repository.

Get more data with webhooks

Webhooks API now includes two new fields—page uuid and profile_uuid, which can be helpful when visualising data obtained from Calibre.

Previously, there was a spelling mistake in the webhooks security header name Calibre-HMAC-SHA256-Signature. It’s now fixed.

Access Pull Requests straight from Metric charts

If you’re using Deployment Tracking, you can now easily navigate between Calibre and GitHub commits by clicking on a selected deployment marker on the Metric chart.

Fixes to CSV export

If you reordered Test Profiles and used the CSV metric data export, some of the data was missing. This issue has now been fixed, and CSV exports contain complete datasets.

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Karolina Szczur

Karolina is the Product Design Lead at Calibre. With years of design experience under her belt, she’s responsible for the comprehensive user experience spanning over product, visuals and content. Find her on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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