November 17, 2021
Release Notes is a monthly summary of new features, product improvements and upcoming releases.
Each team has different processes. Sending your monitoring data to your favourite services and creating automations can help with saving time and increasing transparency. We built a Zapier integration, so you can connect to over 4,000 supported apps and create custom workflows without any coding required!
We created a handful of boilerplate workflows (Zaps) to try:
Learn more about the Zapier integration or enable it on your Calibre account today.
We created a free tool to check if your site passes the Core Web Vitals assessment. With Core Web Vitals Checker, you can see how many site visitors have a good experience and if your site is likely to lose ranking in Google. All based on Google’s Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) data:
When monitoring a page that includes redirects from the initially saved URL, Time to First Byte was not calculated correctly (not including the redirects). While we recommend testing URLs without redirects, the Time to First Byte calculation now includes them, if they’re present.
Our Test Agents now use Chrome 94 to test your Sites. You can always check the Chrome version in the Lighthouse JSON export or by inspecting the Request Headers for the first request in each Snapshot:
We documented how to enable and manage connecting to Zapier, so you can start creating custom workflows. We also added details about using Basic Authentication to log in to your apps while Calibre tests them.
We will send you our latest web performance advice and notifications about new Calibre features.