October 15, 2020
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Exporting directly from the Calibre interface is now even more accessible. You can quickly export metric or Snapshot data from Pulse, Metric and Snapshot views. You can download a CSV, Lighthouse JSON or your page video render (depending on the context), or copy a pre-baked code snippet to use with the CLI.
We redesigned the primary navigation to make it faster and more straightforward to get around Calibre. Now, you can quickly switch your viewing context between both organisations and Sites, as well as create new ones.
When inspecting metric history charts on Pages Leaderboard and Budgets dashboard, you can now see corresponding deploys if you have enabled Deployment Tracking, are using the Netlify integration or Pull Request Reviews:
This information should make it easier to identify potential spikes visualised in the bar charts. Click on an individual bar to inspect changes further in the Snapshot view.
We exposed how long it takes for Calibre to test your Pages with Test Duration visible across the interface in the same way as any other trackable metric:
Test Duration portrays the duration of a singular test from its start to end.
We updated the documentation describing how to export your data out of Calibre to include the new export widget.
Image Actions, our Open Source GitHub Action that automatically optimises images in your Pull Requests, got a significant upgrade and can now be used with more complex workflows.
You can now see the difference in images pre and post-compression, run the optimisation on a selected schedule, run the action in compressOnly mode that allows for more complex combinations and more. Learn about all changes to Image Actions 2.0 here.
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