Release Notes – 2021.09.30

Release Notes – 2021.09.30

 2021 M09 30

Highlights

  • New feature: Radial search by address
    We have expanded upon our radial search mode to include the option to use an address as a center point.
  • PPC Access and Permissions
    Everyone can view, but only the customer and super admins can edit now.
    Hidden for Express packages
  • Facebook App Updates
    The account that we use to create and manage Facebook login apps for customers is overloaded. Working on it, but in the meantime we can't provision any new apps. 
    We updated our customer website boilerplate privacy policy page to include instructions on how to request that your information be deleted. This was a new requirement to get Facebook app approval for customer websites.
  • Performance Improvements
    Doing a deep clean with the goal of removing dependencies and making our footprint smaller. Towards this end, we've upgraded or replaced many packages including node, npm, react, mapbox, and our sass compiler.

Updates

  • Saved Search: radial search from address
    The map radius search now has an additional option to Find Address. (available for both front and back end IDX searches). Enter an address to automatically do a radius search from the lat, lng coordinates of that address.
  • NC-MLBOR Keywords need updating
    Keyword search lookup tables have been rebuilt after a data provider change deprecated previous mappings.
  • Anne Townes Real Estate Sitemap
    Sitemaps should now have slightly more accurate lastmod properties for many page types.
  • Know which photo is causing the error
    The error message when uploading a listing photo that is too large will now include the name of the file that was too large.
  • Update react and react-dom packages
    Updated to latest version of react - 17
  • PPC permissions: Lock down
    CSRs who are not super-admins will get a red error message when attempting to save changes to Campaigns, Ad Groups, or Ads.
  • Facebook Platform Policy Restriction | www.martihamptonpremier.com 
    Set primary domain screen changed to handle SSO changes when switching primaries. Note that the Facebook app itself isn't deleted.
  • iHOUSEweb CRISNet Audit due 10/2/21
    Added an MLS compliance flag to require the display of license numbers in the Listed By section on listing details.
  • Audit showing non-CRISNet listings with CRISNet logo. due 10/2/21
    When originating MLS ID data is available on MLSes that share a single feed, we will now display the appropriate logo attached to listings.
  • AR1027438 - CA-CLAW MLS name has bad characters
  • Update mapbox-gl package
    Updated to the latest stable version of mapbox.
  • Update @turf packages
    Update the libraries used by the map drawing functionality.
  • Update node-sass package
    Update our css compiler to the latest version
  • Update react-dnd package
    Updated the package used for drag and drop functionality.
  • Update react and react-dom packages
    Upgraded to the latest stable version of react: 17
  • Stage 5-35 Testing | error when viewing/editing TL contacts
    Fixed issues with the BigQuery service establishing its Google Client after vendor updates broke it.
  • CA-MRMLS: conditional white-labeling
    Added a new compliance flag to control whether or not logos are selected based on originating MLS ID (when available).

Bug fixes

  • Send Receipt - Delayed Setups Missing
    Billing receipt now reflects delayed startup costs.
  • Create SS by Locations - Keyword Any
    Fixed issues with extended keywords options in the keywords filter when multiple instances of the keywords filter are present on the page at once.
  • MLS disclaimer still putting bad character in trademark
    Fixed an issue encoding special characters in MLS disclaimers.
  • ANOTHER FB app issue, privacy policy
    Added a section to the Privacy Policy that tells users how to request that their data be deleted.

Stephen Gruenholz

By Stephen Gruenholz

Stephen serves as both Graphics Manager and Product Manager at iHOUSEweb. He graduated from Cal Poly with a BS in Applied Art & Design and has been working as a Web Designer and Developer since 1998. He relentlessly pushes himself and the rest of the team to learn, grow, and innovate.