A small segment of users were hit with login issues; we've now fixed those issues.
The collections access controls now auto-save, and don’t require you to click on Save every time. This should consequently save you time!
1. Access controls in the Create Shortcut popup
This was one of our most-requested features, and we’re happy that we can finally ship it to you fine folks. When you create a new Shortcut using the OSlash icon in your browser toolbar, you get a quick toggle to pick the right access controls for your new Shortcut.
1. OSlash in Google!
Your Google results page will now also include relevant results from OSlash. This is actually really cool so check it out!
1. More settings for power users!
A lot of OSlash power users have been asking for this, and it's finally here – you can now customize the OSlash Pin, o/ tab titles, and OSlash autocomplete to your heart’s content.
1. Sorting Shortcuts
Looking to find the most popular Shortcuts? You can now do that by sorting your Shortcuts list by the most hits.
1. Access level indicators for Shortcuts
We’ve added access level indicators for your Shortcuts so you can quickly tell if its a workspace, private or a public Shortcut.
1. Announcing our new help page on the website!
We went all out on making it easier and quicker to find help, just in case you were wondering how to do something with OSlash. Go check it out at https://www.oslash.com/help-center and let us know what you think!
1. Shortcut tags
You can now tag your Shortcuts to logically group them. Mixing your hobbies and your professional life in your same workspace? Worry not, now you can add tags like #hobby, #reading, #puppies, #work to neatly organize your growing list of Shortcuts.
1. Share the o/love
OSlash now lets you create your shortcuts with everybody; even people not using OSlash (although, we strongly believe they should).
2. Get recommended Shortcut names
Tired of coming up with names for Shortcuts? Worry not, we now have you covered. When creating Shortcuts, you get instant recommendations from OSlash now.
3. Apple Sign-In
Users on Apple devices can now also use Apple Sign-In as an authentication mechanism.
A big rewrite we’re internally dubbing “v2”, which changes a lot of our core bits behind the scenes to something much more powerful and easier to maintain.
The preferences pane for the Safari extension would sometimes not open. Sorry for the trouble, but this has now been fixed.
1. Let’s go on a wild Safari!
OSlash now works on Safari too! The team has put in a ton of work to port the OSlash extension to a third new browser, and it is finally available on Safari! Now even more users would be able to enjoy productivity from the comfort of their browser of choice.
The OSlash pin would sometimes not activate after installing the extension. This has now been fixed.
1. One Settings to rule them all
Starting this release, we’ve moved all your settings to one easy-to-find location.
1. A revamped notifications system
We’ve rewritten our real-time notifications system with a fresh new backend, and it is now multiple times faster than before.
1. More log-in options
In addition to Google accounts, we now support signing up and logging in with your Microsoft account as well. More log-in options are on their way!
All links are now pre-fetched intelligently before you are about to click on them. We won’t accept or deny that this is some kind of dark magic.
1. Login for protected Shortcuts
If you’re trying to access a Shortcut created inside a workspace, we now show you a quick login screen so you can quickly get to it.
1. Trending Shortcuts
We've got a brand new tab "Trending" on the dashboard, which will show you the trending Shortcuts of the day. Discover hot new Shortcuts in your workspace using this feature!
2. Group invites to new users
Now you can invite your friends to an OSlash group even if they’re not a part of the workspace. They’ll be sent an invite link that lands them directly in your group.
3. Context for collections
Creating a new Shortcut inside a collection is slightly easier now, thanks to some additional context on the page – we now show the parent collection’s name so you know where you are.
1. o/title in your history
Your Shortcuts are now easier to discover everywhere (including your history and Spotlight if you’re on a Mac), as page titles now use the o/shortcut-name.
1. Leave workspace
Users are now free to leave a workspace on OSlash. We still hope you find other workspaces that are useful to you.
Our onboarding experience is now more robust, so nobody is left behind.
1. Transfer Shortcuts when deleting an account
Admins can now transfer Shortcuts to another account when deleting an account.
1. Full dashboard on the web
With this, you can just go to https://app.oslash.com and get a functional OSlash experience in your favorite browser, without the need to install our extension. Of course, installing the extension will unlock the full OSlash experience with all its powerful features.
1. OSlash Autocomplete
Were you wishing OSlash was available in your own favorite apps? Your wish has now come true! With our autocomplete feature, you can now quickly pick and insert an OSlash Shortcut in your Gmail messages and Linear issues. We're also quickly adding support for more apps, so watch this space!
1. Firefox support 🥳
OSlash now supports Firefox 🥳. We heard from a lot of teams that love OSlash that they prefer Firefox, and so we set out to bring the same experience to a whole new browser. Our stellar engineering team was able to build it out in under a week, thanks to a solid and future-proof foundation (hint: we're also hiring!)
We've also been actively listening to user feedback, and so we've given the OSlash browser extension a fresh coat of paint – things are now easier to find and friendlier to navigate. And as always, we've included a whole host of fixes and improvements to make sure you can keep using OSlash carefree.
1. A new Slack app
Add the brand new OSlash Slack app to your workspace to get all the Shortcut goodness right inside Slack. Note that this feature is being gradually rolled out to customers globally.
2. Layout & usability changes
3. OSlash changelog
A new page that will display new product updates and features is now included in the extension. In fact, you're reading this on that very page!
4. Redesigned browser popup
We've listened to you, and the redesigned browser popup makes it faster and simpler to create a new shortcut or edit an existing one.
5. Support & help via Intercom
We've added a new help section in the Dashboard sidebar so it is easier for you to reach out to us.