9 Dec 2013 - Thoughtstream 2.1.1 released
2.1.1 provides improvements in Converge and Priorities as well as a number of smaller improvements.
10 Oct 2013 - Thoughtstream 2.1.0 released
2.1.0 is a smaller release focused primarily on improving converge although also has some other improvements.
29 July 2013 - Thoughtstream 2.0 released
Release 2.0 is a major revision to our application as well as a host of smaller improvements.
21 December 2012 - Thoughtstream 1.7 released
Thoughtstream 1.7 provides a centralized login page, prettier self register URLs, improved and released iphone app, converge and reporting improvements, a new "demographic" question as well as other improvements
7 November 2012 - Saving PDF from Safari will be corrupt
When viewing a report in Thoughtstream and selecting 'save as a PDF' from the Safari File menu the resulting PDF will be corrupt.
7 November 2012 - Viewing reports with Mac Firefox results in
a blank window
When viewing Thoughtstream reports running Firefox for Mac the result is a blank window with a plugin error.
11 May 2012 - Thoughtstream version 1.6 released
1.6 provides major changes to the converge step, the ability for participants to self register for a Thoughtstream via shareable link and many small improvements for usability.
Apple has recently released Safari 5.1.7 which is available though Software Update on Apple computers running Mac OS 10.6 and 10.7. Due to recent Adobe Flash security exploits Apple Safari has now started disabling older versions of Adobe Flash Player.
The Thoughtstream support team have discovered that some email administrators are very diligent in making sure their users do not receive any SPAM. We support them in their efforts and work very hard to ensure that email from Thoughtstream is not SPAM and is handled correctly. Unfortunately some email servers are configured to reject any sender that they do not know..
10 April 2012 - Participant Removal and Contact Delete Changes in 1.6
In 1.6 we have made how participants are removed and contacts deleted more consistent and also prevented loss of participants thoughts and votes. This article has details about the use cases we had in mind as well as the detail of the user interface changes.
22 February 2012 - Thoughtstream version 1.5 released
Contains incremental improvements to Thoughtstream including major improvements to email sending, contact groups and improvements to participant entry of thoughts.
14 February 2012 - Email delivery and release 1.5.
This article provides more in depth technical details about how we send email and in particular what we do to avoid looking "spammy". It is of particular interest to IT Managers looking to understand what changes are needed to their mail servers to work with Thoughtstream.
30 January 2012 - Adobe Flash Player Security Settings can cause an error.
Adobe Flash Player security settings can cause a Thoughtstream "Bad Thing Happened" Error 2130 or Error 2134 when adding thoughts as a participant or logging into Thoughtstream as a facilitator.
23 September 2011 - Thoughtstream Security
What happens to my Thoughtstream data?
25 August 2011 - Thoughtstream version 1.4 released
1.4 provides primarily usability improvements for both participants and facilitators. In particular it allows a participant to "opt out" of a Thoughtstream and also for sending of automatic reminder emails.
16 July 2011 - Import contacts from Outlook to Thoughtstream
We now have a technique for transferring contact information from Outlook (and Exchange Servers) to Thoughtstream.
15 April 2011 - Thoughtstream version 1.3 released
1.3 provides a number of major enhancements as well as myriad smaller improvements based on feedback from customers.
10 January 2010 - Thoughtstream version 1.2 released
1.2 contains major changes to Thoughtstream making the participant experience dramatically simpler.
23 September 2010 - Thoughtstream version 1.1 released
1.1 adds some cool features needed by our customers.
21 July 2010 - Thoughtstream version 1.0 released
1.0 release marks the end of beta. It has a couple of major changes and numerous enhancements and fixes.