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New Postmark changelog

We’ve always known that as an infrastructure tool, Postmark isn’t a tool you log into every day. If we’re doing our job, you just set it and forget it. That’s great to a degree, but it makes it more difficult for us to share news about updates. Even though an update may be a small change, in many cases, itcan be really useful. And since not every update can justify a blog post or newsletter, we wanted to do a better job notifying you of changes.

So for those of you who want to stay on the cutting edge of Postmark improvements, we’ve launched a brand new changelog where we’ll document every update so you’re always up on the latest news.

A screenshot of the new Postmark changelog.
View updates and bug fixes related to Postmark and filter by category.

We’ll still share big announcements on the blog and newsletter and in the header of the web site and application, but this way you can stay current on smaller things like bug fixes, infrastructure improvements, API enhancements, and much more.

You can even filter the updates to only the areas you’re interested in: web, mobile, API, infrastructure, company, and labs. You can subscribe to feeds for the updates or sign up to receive the updates by email. That way, you’ll never miss out on a new improvement that can make Postmark even better for you.

Matt West

Matt West

Product designer working on Postmark and DMARC Digests.