We added a new automation action type that allows you to write data into Notion Databases.
To enable this action type you need to enable the Notion integration in the project settings. This will connect the project to Notion.
Read more about the integration in our documentation
There is also a tutorial that shows you how to collect emails from an HTML form using Splitbee Automations and the Notion integration. Learn more here.
There is a new way to exclude your own traffic from your Splitbee project. In the past you could exclude your IP address from your Splitbee project. This might not be ideal if your IP address changes frequently. You can now exclude your current device from tracking in the settings.
Introducing real-time online status. A live indicator of how many people are using your website (or app). It helps you get a feel of how many people are actively using your website. It's available in the analytics view as well as in the user explorer.
You can now add Splitbee to your home screen on iOS and Android as a progressive web app. This gives a great experience on the go. With this release, we added a lot of improvements to make our mobile experience to make it even better.
Not only that, but you can also add it as desktop app with Chrome. You can find more information here.
You can now send Slack notifications using our Webhook actions. Simply follow the official Slack guide to get the Webhook Endpoint for your Slack channel.
Just paste the JSON into the webhook payload that is supported by Slack.
You can also use dynamic variables using our templating system by typing
Start off your week with a growth report off your website.
It is just like the dashboard you know and love but sent right to your inbox. It even supports dark-mode.
We also include information about new Splitbee features!
There is now an easier way to interact with Splitbee on your website or web app. Our new library works perfectly together with Next.js, React, Vue.js, Angular or any other front-end stack you might have.
import splitbee from '@splitbee/web'splitbee.init()splitbee.track("Sign Up")
Learn more about @splitbee/web in our docs.
There are use-cases where you might want to run an automation only once per user. For example, we automatically send our users an onboarding email when they create a new project. This is great if they are using Splitbee for the first time, but not if they already an experienced user.
To solve this, you can now enable set automations to Run only once per user.
A good way to improve conversions is to focus your marketing resources on channels that already work out for you.
Filter you're dashboard for a conversion event to see the conversion rate per source. If you are running ads, you can check the conversion rate for each campaign or medium. It will also show you the conversion rate per user country, browser, and device. This is useful to find your target audience!
Splitbee automations now support email actions. These actions can be used to reactivate customers who haven't used your product in a while or simply notifying them of a successful action they did.
We're using them for Splitbee itself to drive all-important automations.
Some use-cases we covered using automated emails.
We introduced a new chart in the user details view. It's called Activity Chart and provides you an easy way to see how active a single user is. Find power-users or someone who went back to your app after not using it for a month.
It shows the activity per day over the last 6 months. The count is calculated from all events & page views from each day.
You can now notify yourself or your team about important actions that occur in your SaaS or website. Simply create a new automation with a Telegram action.
Just write our Splitbee bot a message to get your unique
chat id that is required for us to send you messages. The bot will only send messages you will define and will never be used as a marketing channel!