We're starting a changelog 📣

Today we're are thrilled to introduce our product changelog.

Even though we work on TalkJS all the time, sometimes it may seem that not much is happening. This changelog is here to improve that very important part of the communication between you and us.

Going forward all the things we change will now be centralized here on our changelog. You can also subscribe to receive updates right to your inbox.

Minor performance improvement - 30th March 2020

Fixed: on("conversationSelected") to correctly fire when the conversation is selected.

Bug fixes - 27th Feb, 2020

Fixed: Certain characters were incorrectly encoded for real-time message translations
Fixed: Removed unnecessary dependancy for the JavaScript SDK
Fixed: A bug which would cause the single-conversation embeddable view from working correctly at times

Minor changes & Bug fixes - 14th Feb, 2020

  • Fixed: Sometimes email links were rendered incorrectly in the chat window

  • Fixed: Occasionally the the file drag-and-drop feature would trigger unexpectedly

  • Fixed: From time to time the chat's message field would have the incorrect height

  • Changed: Minor changes to the dashboard to make using it a little bit nicer

Search feature & Bug fixes - 10th Feb, 2020

  • Added: Users can now search for text within a conversation, available on the premium plan and above

  • Added: Improved the styling of the scroll bar for webkit specific browsers e.g. Chrome

  • Changed: Separated the role editor to a separate page to help reduce the bloat in the dashboard. Roles can now be edited by pressing the 'Roles' link found in the top left of the TalkJS Dashboard

  • Fixed: Improved the performance of listing the conversations a user is part of

  • Fixed: Under certain circumstances the scroll bar would't scroll to the bottom of the chat UI for the initial render

Bug Fixes - 23rd Jan, 2020

  • Fixed: System message with long text/words would overflow the message balloon

  • Fixed: Sometimes auto-generated avatar backgrounds defaulted to be white