These features are currently scheduled or in the pipeline. We might change the roadmap based on the user feedback.
Monitor data and event history
RSS feed for monitors
Consume monitored data via API
First highlight of the holiday goodies 🎁: the Interactive Editor, which is an improved way to create a monitor with confidence. It allows you to interactively extract data and refine your selectors before saving it, as well as preview the data we'll extract immediately!
And trigger your webhook manually, to ensure everything works as expected.
We also shipped many improvements as suggested by our users and their needs:
Monitors can be disabled and re-enabled (disabled monitors do not count against your quota)
The Home page allows you to filter and search for your monitors
Better error management: Monitors inform you when they fail, highlighting what happened exactly
The Help Center is improved and contains a tutorial section (expect regular improvements here)
Resetting passwords is now possible! Yay!
A refreshed design, moving us beyond the MVP stage
Last but not least, we introduced new tiered plans, inspired by how the product was used so far. We offer plans that range from 10 to 500 monitors, with frequencies between 1 hour and 1 minute. Need more monitors or a faster frequency? Just shoot us a mail.
This major update builds on our learnings from the first wave of user feedback, about the difficulty of creating monitors. Among the biggest obstacles that our users encountered, finding the right CSS selectors was a common challenge.
So we shipped a brand new browser extension 🥳. It's available on Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Chromium Edge, and Brave using the Chrome web store. The extension makes selecting parts of a web page much easier, creating a monitor faster.
We also improved the user experience all around, squished many pesky bugs, and improved the performance overall.
On this fateful day, the 14th of October 2019, Monitoro was first released to the world and our initial users started flooding in, watching webpages for changes and extracting data in a newly convenient way.
This initial version is barebones, allowing to create a monitor assuming the user can get their own CSS selectors and webhooks.