The Citationsy Newsletter 04: Introducing Nightmode
It’s been quite a while since I wrote one of these, but I’ve been busy with building mainly boring backend things.
There a couple small things to announce though:
1. Music referencing has arrived in Citationsy. You can now search for a song from a database of over 40 million songs to automagically create a citation for it. You even get a little album cover image on the search.
2. Finally: Alphabetic sorting of references! Not much more to explain than that, really. I know lots of you have been asking for this, and I finally built it.
3. There was a very annoying bug that would sometimes cause people’s references to disappear. I believe I have managed to fix it, but if it ever happens to you: please email me and I will take care of it. If you have been affected by this bug in the past please get in touch and I will add a month to your subscription by way of apologising.
4. Nightmode! Click the little “Nightmode” button to switch to a darker mode, perfectly suited for those late-night referencing sessions. Here’s what it looks like:
A couple weeks ago Citationsy was named the #1 EdTech startup from Scandinavia to look out for.
I also did a short interview over at 7questions.co
Thank you for being a customer, and as always: email me anytime (firstname.lastname@example.org) with feedback or if you need help with anything.
If you have an idea for a cool new feature I’d love to hear about it.
Have a great week,