Updates in Feedback Widget: Translations and Aftersend Event
We just deployed two new updates in the Ybug Feedback Widget - multi language translations setting and the "aftersend" event. These updates make it easier for developers to easily set up a multi-lingual widget and add custom functionality to the widget.
We have added a new "translations" setting that allows to easily set up multiple widget translations at once.
The "translations" setting is a classic multi-language JSON where each key is a language code (e.g. 'cs', 'en', 'pt', 'it') and the value is another JSON object containing key-value pairs for the different text elements in that language. The keys are the same as in the
So how is this actually different from the
translate setting? The
translate setting does not depend on the current widget language and takes precedence over the
meaning that any text elements defined in the
translate setting will override the corresponding text elements in the
translations setting for any language.
"aftersend" lifecycle event
We have added a new "aftersend" event that is triggered after the feedback report is sent to the Ybug servers. This event can be used to add custom functionality or to capture additional information after the report is sent. The event listener will receive a json object with report data as an argument, which includes the two new properties - "id" (an ID of the new feedback report) and "reportUrl" (a link to the report detail page in the Ybug dashboard).
To use these updates, simply include them in your Ybug settings and register event listeners as described in the documentation.
We hope that these new updates will make it even easier to customize the widget. As always, let us know if you have any questions or feedback!
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