Clariti Release Notes: Top requested features to start the new year!

New this month! Filter blog content by month, reorder tasks in a project, preview images on hover, plus more!

Ben Holland

General Manager

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We’re striving to make Clariti the best blog content organization system, built just for bloggers and content creators. We’re always improving the platform, and today I’m excited to announce our latest feature releases!

🏆 Top Requested Feature – Filter by month published

One of our top requested features is to be able to filter by seasonality. One major part of that is being able to filter all content by season, regardless of what year it was published. You can now filter content by “month published” without having to specify a year, so that you can filter Summer content, holiday content, or posts in early Spring. Here is how to use it:

Filtering blog content by season in Clariti

This filter is extremely versatile, particularly when determining the relevance of content during specific times of the year. Soon, we’ll introduce the capability to track the optimal performance period for each post! Stay tuned! 

🏆 Top Requested Feature – Reorder tasks in a project

We’ve been getting this feature request for quite some time, and it’s finally possible to reorder tasks in a project. Simply edit an existing project and you can drag tasks into a different order.

Reordering tasks in a project in Clariti

🖼️ Preview images upon hover

Trying to audit your post images, but not sure which image is which? Hover over the image name in the content details view, and a preview of the image will appear. 

Hovering over image names to show a visual preview of the image in Clariti

Other fixes and improvements

  • Fixed a bug where posts were showing up after they were deleted.
  • Edit and delete notes and events
  • Added back the event timeline
  • Fixed the font sizes in projects
  • Fixed an issue where the performance chart wasn’t working properly
  • Fixed an issue where traffic source data wasn’t pulled properly
  • Fixed an issue where sites that only had GA4 couldn’t set up their account completely

Curious to see what other updates we’ve made recently? Check out our latest product updates here!

Reminder: Update to the new Clariti Plugin

Make sure to update to the latest version of the Clariti plugin (version 1.1.1), which now includes the ability to sync review ratings from Tasty Recipes and WP Recipe Maker. It also includes enhanced security, more reliable site verification, and a significantly more efficient synchronization process.

Clariti Course on Food Blogger Pro is now live!

We often hear from our Clariti community that leveraging Clariti’s full capabilities can be a challenge. There is so much that Clariti offers! With such a broad array of features, how do you make sure it fits into your workflow? In partnership with Food Blogger Pro, we put together a dedicated course to help you get the most out of Clariti. We’re offering this resource completely free to current Clariti users!

Join Our Affiliate Program! 🎊

As you share your love of Clariti with your blogging friends, you can earn up to $20 for each new subscriber who joins from your unique affiliate link.

Become a part of our Clariti Affiliate Program today and  promote our $45 Forever plan before it’s gone!

Public Roadmap

Don’t see an update on this list that you hoped for? Submit your feature requests and upvote items that you care about on our public roadmap.

We’ve created a new public roadmap where you can submit your feature requests and “upvote” items you care about. We’re always looking for feedback and ways to improve Clariti. We’d love your contributions to our roadmap!

To view our roadmap, please go to: https://clariti.canny.io/ (Be sure to bookmark this link!)

We designed Clariti to make the process of blog tracking and optimization easier — significantly faster and more organized — for bloggers like you to refresh your extensive library of blog content, so you can increase your traffic, revenue, and SEO ranking.

We want you to be successful in using Clariti, and we’re working relentlessly to create updates that meet your needs. Thank you for being a part of what we’re building Clariti to be!

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About the Author

Ben is a father of 2 boys, a husband, a musician, a woodworker, and a product guy. Ben has spent nearly 15 years building software products from mobile apps, games, to web apps. He has a Bachelor of Science in Writing & Rhetoric from the University of Utah, an MBA from Arizona State University, and a Master of Science in Business Analytics.

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