Changelog

All notable changes to Learn Quickly can be found below.

Version 0.3.3 – 20191015

Features

  • Global setting to show only top level question rows on the dashboard.

Version 0.3.2 – 20190803

Features

  • Slack integration features removed from the Learn Quickly theme and moved to the new Learn Quickly for Slack plugin.

Version 0.3.1 – 20190724

Features

  • Global setting to enable Slack notifications. If enabled, newly published Experiments and comments on Experiments will appear as messages on the Slack channel specific in the settings.

Version 0.3.0 – 20190710

Features

  • Added an optional tag search field and category buttons to the Experiment Dashboard filter
  • Added animated spinner to the Experiment Dashboard loading message
  • Blog posts (or “Updates”) have been replaced with the standard WordPress commenting on Experiment posts (The “Blog” remains available for adding or editing post content)

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed issue where some top level questions were missing from the question tree on the Experiment posts

Version 0.2.1 – 20180122

Features

  • “Rotating Banners” widget for the site header

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed the font size and other styling issues on nested lists
  • Fixed word wrap issue in experiment page sidebar
  • Replaced em dash with en dash between start and end dates on experiment page

Version 0.2.0 – 20171019

Features

  • “How might we” and “Status” views on Experiments
  • Date and Status filter options on Experiments
  • Updates relocated to left sidebar on Experiments
  • Experiments sorted first by most recent start date, then by the sooner end date

Bug Fixes

  • On Experiments page, Questions row now appear even when all Experiments in that row are inactive

Version 0.1.1 – 20170427

Features

  • “How Might We…” section on homepage
  • Question hierarchy tree displayed on Experiment posts
  • Dynamic text-sizing on experiment tiles

Bug Fixes

  • Login button redirects to current page
  • Fixed issue where mobile menu breaks the page layout
  • Author name now visible on public updates