When your users interact with the Olvy widgets, whether it is giving you feedback using your feedback widget or reacting "Awesome!" to a release note, you would want to know who the particular feedback or reaction is coming from.

User Identification allows you to add a user's information with the actions they take using Olvy widgets.

In order to identify a user you will just need to call the following function in your application when the application is loaded.

Example

OlvyUtils.setUser("<your-subdomain>",

{ name: "name of your user",

email: "email of your user",

identifier: "unique id for your user (primary key)",

tenant: "(optional) if your app is multi-tenant",

designation: "(optional) designation of your user",

meta: "(optional) takes a JSON object with any additional info"

})

Replace <your-subdomain> with the subdomain of your Olvy workspace. For example if your Olvy releases page is at acme.olvy.co then replace <your-subdomain> with acme

That's all. Olvy's script will not associate your user information with all actions they take.

When your users interact with the Olvy widgets, whether it is giving you feedback using your feedback widget or reacting "Awesome!" to a release note, you would want to know who the particular feedback or reaction is coming from.

User Identification allows you to add a user's information with the actions they take using Olvy widgets.

In order to identify a user you will just need to call the following function in your application when the application is loaded.

Example

OlvyUtils.setUser("<your-subdomain>",

{ name: "name of your user",

email: "email of your user",

identifier: "unique id for your user (primary key)",

tenant: "(optional) if your app is multi-tenant",

designation: "(optional) designation of your user",

meta: "(optional) takes a JSON object with any additional info"

})

Replace <your-subdomain> with the subdomain of your Olvy workspace. For example if your Olvy releases page is at acme.olvy.co then replace <your-subdomain> with acme

That's all. Olvy's script will not associate your user information with all actions they take.

When your users interact with the Olvy widgets, whether it is giving you feedback using your feedback widget or reacting "Awesome!" to a release note, you would want to know who the particular feedback or reaction is coming from.

User Identification allows you to add a user's information with the actions they take using Olvy widgets.

In order to identify a user you will just need to call the following function in your application when the application is loaded.

Example

OlvyUtils.setUser("<your-subdomain>",

{ name: "name of your user",

email: "email of your user",

identifier: "unique id for your user (primary key)",

tenant: "(optional) if your app is multi-tenant",

designation: "(optional) designation of your user",

meta: "(optional) takes a JSON object with any additional info"

})

Replace <your-subdomain> with the subdomain of your Olvy workspace. For example if your Olvy releases page is at acme.olvy.co then replace <your-subdomain> with acme

That's all. Olvy's script will not associate your user information with all actions they take.

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  • Feedback from @Bohdan Kononets
    Apr 24
    Hey @MotionHQ Team, It’s super hard to navigate between pages in Motion. It would be great if we can get Tabs in Lotion same as Superhuman’s
    Desktop app or Figma’s app.
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    Bohdan Kononets
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  • Feedback: “I need Tabs in Motion”
    Hi MotionHQ Team,
    I have been enjoying your app, we @acme group have our second brain on Motion.
    We use Motion extensively and there are a lot of pages that we usually need to switch between.
    It’s easier to open multiple pages on browser but for desktop app it comes hard to reference between different pages.

    We would love to see if I can open multiple pages inside the Motion’s desktop app.

    Thanks,
    Andrey
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    Bohdan Kononets
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  • Need Tabs in Desktop app
    Apr 24
    Hey Folks,
    Have been struggling to go back and forth, to take references from different pages. My use case I write long form articles in
    Motion and I want to open multiple pages while I am writing. It would be great If I can open multiple tabs in Motion on Desktop
    App
    Negative 50 %
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    Bohdan Kononets
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  • Tabs in Desktop App
    Apr 24
    Hey Folks,
    Have been struggling to go back and forth, to take references from different pages. My use case I write long form articles in
    Motion and I want to open multiple pages while I am writing. It would be great If I can open multiple tabs in Motion on Desktop
    App
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    Maria Soloveva
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