Keeping an eye on your site traffic is always a smart idea. Whether you’re checking how many people are finding you, or investigating a sudden spike, great stats help you keep things shipshape. And we’ve got some up our sleeve.
Working on a website as a team? Today’s update makes it easier to track what’s happening, flag up issues, tasks and bugs – and ask specific people to tackle them. Let’s take a look…
When you’re juggling websites, projects and teams, it’s not always easy to keep a close eye on how your server’s holding up – or how much space and memory you’ve got to play with.
Great websites don’t just appear overnight. They take time to build, craft and polish. A load of time. And brainpower. And coffee. So protecting all that hard work is always a priority, right?
Today’s update is all about whipping up WordPress sites faster than ever, with a little help from your favourite recipes. No, we’re not talking about your mum’s Victoria sponge (so put those eggs down), we’re talking about a super-easy shortcut you can take again and again.
When a website goes down, you need to know fast. Whether it’s your own site or a client’s, serious downtime can mean serious problems, from dented customer confidence to a dip in daily sales. Which is why we’re here to give you a super speedy heads-up.
Right from the start, we designed STORM to put you in the driving seat. So, whatever you wanted to get done, you’d have all the tools, toggles and controls you needed, right at your fingertips.
Nobody likes a slow search function. Or one that struggles to get you where you need to go. Which is why we’re always working hard to make the STORM search even better. And today we’ve got a couple of neat little updates we think you’ll love. Here they come…
If there’s one communication platform creatives love, it’s Slack. And we’re with you all the way. It’s smart, it’s simple, it’s intuitive… what’s not to love, right?
Our latest update brings the magic of Post-it notes right onto your STORM dashboard. So you can leave a note for yourself – or someone else – attached to any website you’re working on. It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s going to come in pretty handy…