Clariti Release Notes: Track content edits and see what’s affecting your performance

Monitor performance impact by tracking content edits with Clariti's new feature.

Ben Holland

General Manager

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Clariti is the content organization system built just for bloggers. Our goal is to help you understand what optimizations you need to make with your content, track the work, and see the results over time.

Thanks to feedback from our early adopter group, we’ve added some new features to Clariti — and I’m excited to share them with you, so you know what’s happening behind the scenes as we develop Clariti to be as helpful as possible for bloggers and content creators like you!

Task Completed = Annotation

Our goal is to help you make data-driven decisions and know how those decisions are affecting your content’s performance over time. We’re thrilled to announce two new features that will help you see the fruits of your labor!

When you complete a task within a project, the date that you complete the task now shows up on your graph timeline, so you’ll know whether those fixes are actually affecting the way your content is performing. No more guessing!

Screenshot of the Clariti timeline graph with annotations

Notes as Annotations

I’m sure many of you are wondering… What if I just want to make a note on the timeline, but I didn’t necessarily complete a task at that point in time? We’ve got you covered!

In this release, we’ve added the ability for you to add notes as annotations at any point in time! You can even go back and edit existing notes and add them as annotations onto your line graph.

Screenshot of the Clariti timeline graph with notes

Want to see it all in action?

Watch the September 2021 demo of Clariti to see how all of these features work together.

Video preview of September 2021 demo
Watch this behind-the-scenes demo with our Product Manager Ben Holland
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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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