Runbooks v1.4 Released
It's been a while, but Runbooks v1.4 is now available. The delay is the result of a shift of focus to specifically serve small businesses. So, you'll notice that the main page at runbooks.app has changed a good deal for a start, and both signup and login have been greatly simplified (just email now: no passwords).
While most of our attention was on externally facing things, we added a few improvements within the product itself, too. You can now add markdown descriptions to your runbooks & runlogs. If you're a team admin, you can change your team's name. And, finally, we also fixed a number of bugs and minor nuisances.
As always, I love to hear your feedback on how Runbooks is working for you, and what you would like to see added in future releases!
— Andrew Miner
The landing page now focuses on the value of Runbooks for small businesses
Signup has been simplified to only require the user's email address
Users now use email login links instead of passwords to log in
Team admins can change the name of their team
Runbook editors can add a markdown description of a runbook/runlog
Clicking on the Runbooks logo returns you to your own dashboard (instead of the public landing page)
Revised the runbook & runlog icons to look more clearly like a book & clipboard, respectively
Record actual completed at time for each individual step (not just the last step)
Fixed the error page when an unknown page is requested
Fixed error when visiting with an expired session to simply return to the login page
Reduce event logging to only those which reflect user intent (i.e., not API calls)
Update event reporting to call out which sections of the landing page have been viewed