Time’s flying by so fast, but the team hasn’t stopped working at all! We’ve got plenty of updates for you this time around:
Fixed a bug where no dashboards could be edited.
It’s now more obvious when widgets have configuration options that can be edited.
Additional backend work.
Fixed duplicate open rate widget on Email dashboard. It’s now unsubscribed rate.
Default dashboards can no longer be edited.
The email sequence table widget now has pagination.
We’ve fixed a bug with widgets not indicating that a failure to load data happened.
Additional backend work to improve performance.
The biggest new feature is a new email performance dashboard. New widgets include the ability to see how many emails are sent, bounced, unsubscribed, opened, clicked, and converted. See which sequences are performing the best. (For conversion tracking, you’ll need either the Blue Odin or AFL WooCommerce UTM Tracker WordPress plugin)
You can now export CSV versions of the orders and customers. They’ll match the current filters you have for the orders page.
A new All Sites At A Glance widget. You can add the new widget to see the sales performance of all sites at once. This widget is not affected by the site filter.
You’ll now be warned if navigating away from the dashboard if you’re in the middle of editing the dashboard, so no more lost changes.
Multiple widgets will now work with all sites selected.
Table widgets can now be configured to use one, two, or three columns, allowing for more flexible layouts.
Multiple minor style changes to various widgets to make them work better on smaller screens.
Many behind the scenes work to improve performance and keep your data secure.
Happy new year guys! The team’s been very busy these past few weeks working on various improvements and bug fixes:
Improvement: Made the Help and Forum links more prominent, moving them into the main menu and duplicating links in the top right. Help pages are now context relevant where available.
Improvement: You are now asked for confirmation before deleting a site, so you don’t accidentally delete them.
Improvement: The individual customer page has had a facelift, and now includes a list of the emails they’ve been sent.
Improvement: You can now delete custom dashboards. The default dashboard can not be deleted.
Bug Fix: We fixed a bug with the heights of widgets on the dashboard so they behave more sensibly when being moved around.
Bug Fix: We fixed a bug with logging in not immediately taking you to the default dashboard. You should no longer be presented with a grey screen on log in.
Bug Fix: We fixed a bug with manually linking your WooCommerce store during onboarding. You should no longer be redirected back to the first step. We have also made minor cosmetic improvements to the onboarding process so you know where you are in the process.
Bug Fix: Finally, we fixed a bug with widgets if the date period was a day long. This should mean that you see data on the first day of the week or month. Graphs now show hourly values for that day rather than a single daily figure.
The Blue Odin dev team deserves all the credit for their hard work.
14 months after the project started, they have ticked off a lot of boxes on the roadmap.
They continue to polish and improve the main features whilst working on adding new ones as well.
Here are their most notable achievements for this month!
Customizable dashboards – users can now add, remove, and reorder widgets
Ability to add additional dashboards by cloning an existing dashboard
Improved Menu UX
Header widget to break up sections
Order event list
UTM Source revenue widget
Blue Odin’s been a work-in-progress for almost a year.
The team’s been gearing up for the upcoming soft launch in a few weeks. And we’re all very excited to welcome and onboard WooCommerce store owners to Blue Odin!
Here’s the progress done so far this month:
Display previews for an order
Show orders for an email sequence
Set the sending email address
Campaign editor updates
Placeholders in email subject lines
Set the name for sending address
Hmmm… so the team’s been super busy with other things.
But we’ve picked up right where we left off in December.
Here’s what’s been done so far this month:
The team’s been on a roll for a few months now.
Before the year ended, our hardworking devs reported the following accomplishments!
Dashboard – Global View added
Added time ranges to the Date Range Selector
Chart improvements – 1 hour breakdown
Happy new year!
Month #3 since Blue Odin’s inception.
The whole team’s been hard at work, trying to add as many of the features outlined in the product roadmap as they can.
Countless pots of coffee and tea and brainstorming sessions later, they proudly reported the following update:
Order Page updates – Order Status
Improved page layout
Sales by Day page updates
Sales By Day page
Added Currency to WooCommerce store
Added Date Range Selector
Integrated Google Analytics
Update Main Menu
Added Testing & Admin interface
Product Page – Product list
Dashboard – Added Cost of Goods metric
Dashboard – Added Profit calculation
Order data import
Month #2 of Blue Odin’s existence.
The dev team continues to bring our founders’ vision to life.
In addition to adding and setting up the first WooCommerce store, they also worked on these key sections of the Dashboard:
Dashboard – added Sales metric
Dashboard – Added Orders metric
10th September 2020 – Project Started!
This is Blue Odin’s ground zero!
For this month, we’ve laid the foundation and groundwork for Blue Odin’s future success.
From 10th September until the end of the month, the dev team worked on: