- Ability to set Parent issue for any Jira issue type (i.e. Epic as a parent of User story) and not just subtasks.
- Added support for the Notion Status field in the widget form. 2-way sync of status is still not possible as Notion has not released API support for it yet.
- Added support for the Azure DevOps Parent field in the widget form.
- Improved mapping of ClickUp close status to Resolved Status in Marker.io
Automatically notify reporters when Monday-com items are completed.
Once you update an issue to a completed status within Monday-com, this will update the Marker status to resolved. It will also notify the reporter via email that the issue is complete.
To enable go under your project
Settings > Status Sync
For more information on setup, read our documentation.
Monday limits the number of monthly
automation eventsthat it sends to integrations on small plans. For this integration to work properly, we highly recommend that your team uses the Monday .com Pro plan.
Archive projects to stop feedback collection, without deleting everything.
Previously, if you wanted to keep a clean view in your project list, you had to permanently delete your projects. By archiving projects, you can now disable feedback reporting, while keeping the option to restore your projects later.
To archive your projects, go under the project
General settings > Archive. Alternatively, you can archive projects from your dashboard view.
Web addresses inside text areas are now automatically detected and turned into links.
When you input text into a field that contains a web address, Marker.io now detects it and turns it into a clickable link. This works for text fields inside your widget as well as in the comment section on the feedback page.
Search any feedback by website URL or page
As your team collect more and more feedback, it's important to be able to find feedback concerning a certain URL of your app/website.
You can now search for them easily by entering your url in the search bar.
Other small improvements:
- The feedback list becomes more compact to help you have a better overview of your project by seeing more feedback at once.
- The avatar goes to the left of the feedback to easily know who reported the feedback.
- Fixed a bug with very long titles.
- Other small UI tweaks…
Finally, the whole team wishes you a Happy new year, and all the best for 2023! 🔥
Collect website feedback as new Work Items in Azure DevOps.
If your team uses Microsoft Azure DevOps as your issue tracker, you're going to love this update. You can now collect bug reports and website feedback via Marker.io, directly into Azure. The integration will also automatically resolve Marker issues when a Work Item is closed in Azure.
You can learn more here->
You can also watch the demo video of the integration here 👇
Try your widget on a test demo website BEFORE installing it.
Installing the Marker-io widget on your website before even getting a chance to try it can be super frustrating. Not to mention, you often need a developer to help you out getting it installed.
With this new update, you can customize and play around with your widget BEFORE you even have to install it. You can even report test feedback and try all collaboration features.
widget settings, click on the link to
try it on demo website. We even left a few surprises 🐶
Collect feedback from different clients, into the same integration (eg: Jira project A)
This new feature opens up a ton of new workflow ideas!
For example, you could have 2 different widgets (website A & website B), with different default assignees (Developer A & Developer B), going into the same Jira project.
This will make a lot more sense if you watch this short 2min video -> https://screen.getmarker.io/c3WDFP
Collect and manage feedback directly in Marker io, without the need to connect an integration.
Our 2-way integrations with tools like Jira, Trello, ClickUp (and more) are what make Marker.io so unique. Your developers don't need to switch back and forth between tools.
But over the past few months, a lot more customers have requested the ability to create projects, without being forced to connect an integration.
Great news! It's now possible.
This new feature is a great way to get started with Marker.io and manage smaller projects.
How to get started?
When you create a new project from the dashboard, simply select
Now all you'll need to do is install the widget on your site, and start collecting feedback!
Make each project stand out, with custom favicons and thumbnails.
When you create a new project and provide a website domain (eg: netflix.com), we will automatically retrieve the website favicon and set it as your project icon.
We also take a screenshot of the website and set it as your project thumbnail.
To edit the favicon or thumbnail, go into any project, under
Settings > General.