We just released
v3.3! This update comes with many bugfixes and improvements, as well as a new integration for PostgreSQL and an abstraction for quick replies.
By the way, this is a smaller release while we're heavily working on Jovo
v4. Join the discussion.
- New Features and Integrations
- Improvements and Bugfixes
- How to Update
- A Big Thank You
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Below is a list of new features that we're excited about. You can find the full changelog here.
PostgreSQL is a highly popular open source database. After MySQL, this is the second relational database that Jovo integrates with.
Sometimes, it's easier to tap or click than saying the whole thing. Many platforms like Google Assistant, Google Business Messages, and our Jovo Web Platform already support quick replies. These buttons that look like small chips (also called "suggestion chps" sometimes) remove friction and help guide the conversation.
As not all platforms support this feature, you would usually have to add them yourself for each platform. Now, we offer an easier way:
While we're working on Jovo
v4, we're exploring more and more ways to offer cleaner ways for cross-platform experiences.
One feature we have been supporting for a while was "platform handlers." This way, you can add intents that are only supported by one platform, and even add completely new experiences.
We've now made it easier to access this feature across platforms:
There are lots improvements that we've added in the last few months. Some of them include:
- Various improvements to Google Conversational Actions, an integration we launched in October
- Improve Web Client browser detection
- Support postback data for Google Business Messages
- Various improvements to the Jovo CLI
To update to the latest version of Jovo, use the following commands:
There are no breaking changes with this release. Update away!
Thanks a lot for all your help to the contributors of this release, including: