18 comments

  • Joe BlauJoe Blau, 4 years ago (edited 4 years ago )

    I'm glad that the team is adding new features, but it's getting more and more complicated to setup. The onboarding flow seems more confusing than before just to get back to the exact same layout I had before.

    19 points
    • Ahmet SulekAhmet Sulek, 4 years ago

      Agreed and thanks for the feedback! When coming out of beta we are planning to simplify the ui for all layouts as well as re-consider the onboarding steps. Willing to hear any further feedbacks.

      1 point
      • Chantal JandardChantal Jandard, 4 years ago

        Agreed with Joe Blau; the new UI is really overwhelming. I don't want to feel stressed every time I open a new tab. :<

        1 point
    • Irving TorresIrving Torres, 4 years ago

      I felt the same thing. After 30 seconds I closed the tab and went back to Muzli. They do seem like great features but it's a bit much.

      2 points
    • Shahzeb KhanShahzeb Khan, 4 years ago

      I miss the old Panda. :(

      1 point
  • Adam Nelson, 4 years ago

    Used to be that I could hover the icon next to a DN link and get a link to the comments section here. Has that been removed?

    2 points
  • Florian GrauFlorian Grau, 4 years ago
    • I love Panda, but I don't love it "60$ a year"-much. My sweet spot probably would have been 15$ a year. Nevertheless I wish you find enough people who get more value out if it and are willing to pay the price you ask.

    • I'd love the option to see only shared links in Panda's Twitter feed, similar to Safari's "shared links".

    2 points
    • William ChannerWilliam Channer, 4 years ago

      Hey Florian, the discounted yearly price will be $50 a year, for the beta period it's $30. We're planning to extend pro with more integrations and layouts. So maybe you'll get more out of it then. With regards to Twitter, good idea. We'll implement that! :)

      0 points
  • Joris RigerlJoris Rigerl, 4 years ago

    Congrats Ahmet and the team for launching!

    In case you're reading, here's a something that I noticed immediately: Having every link open in a new tab now instead of opening in place feels counterintuitive to me. Once I navigate somewhere I don't need to keep Panda open as it's just one keystroke away. Instead I now just end up with more empty Panda tabs. I would appreciate having an option to change that.

    2 points
  • Andy LeverenzAndy Leverenz, 4 years ago

    Nice release guys. I love the updates to the typography. I will say I'm a little overwhelmed by features. It's great to be progressive but at the same time providing limitations is somewhat more comfortable to me. Just my $0.02.

    1 point
  • Chris Rosenau, 4 years ago

    Gave up on it the minute it sent me to install a Chrome extension when I am running Firefox.

    1 point
  • Sauro Sauro , 4 years ago

    Still waiting for the option to filter the Dribbble feed by tags.

    0 points