Content Team Lead @Instabug
Instabug Product Updates

Changes to In-App Chat

An easier way to manage your user conversations   We analyzed our users’ chat workflows and found that most of you don’t like having to switch back and forth between two tabs to access user conversations. Last year, we redesigned the experience of managing user conversations starting with re-ordering the bugs list and adding chat…

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Instabug Product Updates

Enhanced Repro Steps

A simpler experience for improved readability and masked views for user privacy   In order to make our Repro Steps feature more useful for app developers and mobile product managers, as well as to give app users more control over their data, we’ve redesigned the Repro Steps experience in your dashboard as well as in…

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Instabug Product Updates

React Native SDK 8.2.6

Introducing Network Logs and Private Views for React Native Apps   Recently, we released Version 8.2.6 of our React Native SDK, which contains two of the most frequently requested features from our users.   Network Logs Instabug can automatically log all network requests performed by your React Native app. Requests details, along with their responses,…

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Instabug Product Updates

In-App Survey Enhancements

Additional targeting options and a new App Rating template   Quickly get the feedback you want without additional scope and work from your dev team. Build custom surveys or use existing templates, set your target audience based on specific conditions, and ship right from the Instabug dashboard—no code changes required. Here’s what’s new with Instabug’s…

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Instabug Product Updates

Version Update and What’s New

Introducing in-app announcements that keep your app users invested   In-app announcements are easy-to-use templates that you can ship quickly to keep your app users up to date. What’s great about these announcements is that you can create, customize, and publish them right from the Surveys & Announcements tab of your Instabug dashboard without any…

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Creating UI Elements Programmatically Using PureLayout

Welcome to part two of Creating UIViews Programmatically Using PureLayout. In the first part, we built a simple mobile application’s UI completely in code without the use of Storyboards or NIBs. In this tutorial, we will cover some of the most used UI elements in all applications: UINavigationController/Bar UITableView Self-sizing UITableViewCell   UINavigationController Explained In an…

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