Release Notes

Easyling Release Notes April, 2021

Our April was fairly busy. As the lease on our headquarters expired, we moved to a new one, still in Budapest, about 5 minutes away from the old one. This may be the only good thing coming out of the lockdowns – as most of us are working from home, we could minimise this impact and be very productive. As vaccines are being rolled out, we are slowly returning to the new place. We released multiple great features like the ability to delete pages and we improved others like the JavaScript/JSON processing tools. We also integrated a new MT engine, DeepL. See the details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes June, 2020

In June, we have started to slowly return to the office now that the virus is starting to calm down in Hungary (fingers crossed). We had our first online masterclass, and plan to arrange further workshops. Also rolled out some exciting new features – see below the fold! Easyling masterclass 2020 We had our first online masterclass, with all the recorded sessions available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLesb7EpiQwOCl2DyT4-mC8abeVOFymMK8 . For more details, see https://www. Read the full article

Easyling Release Notes, Spring 2020

We hope you are doing well! Despite these challenging times, our team has been able to make some good progress, and release new features, and migrate several existing ones from Dashboard 1.0 to Dashboard 2.0. See more details after the jump! Work Package Generation option in Crawl Wizard tool We extended our Crawl Wizard tool. This new option allows you to generate a Work Package when you set up a Content Extraction crawl. Read the full article

Easyling Release Notes - end of 2019, early 2020

We have been busy with continuing the migration of several features to our new Dashboard 2, some unchanged while others in an improved format. Let’s take a closer look!New cards under Project Overview The Project Overview section has been extended with several new cards. We migrated the Staging domains settings and also the Miscellaneous options from the old Dashboard without any changes. For a better summary, we added a new card where the last finished crawl and the next upcoming/active crawl are visible. Read the full article

Easyling Release Notes - May 2019

Summer is almost around the corner, at least according to the calendar. During the spring, we have been busy with proceeding with Dashboard 2, transferring more and more features from the old interface while also adding some useful new subfeatures.This release includes a brand new and redesigned Publish Website UI, target language management, and a new Crawl Log Visualization & Filtering ability. Also, please note that the Easyling Master Class has been moved to 2019-07-11! Read the full article