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Charlie Springer
Productivity

Tracker Screencast: How Many Ways Can You View a File Attachment?

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This screencast covers a lot of bases. Check it out to see file attachments and full page story view in action! There are a couple ways to attach files. Drag them into an open story or press the paper clip button, and don’t forget, you can drag in multiple files at once! Click the cogwheel to download or delete the image. The same rules apply in full page story view. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
News

Tracker Now on CloudFront

For the third time this week, we experienced more CDN issues this morning, causing images and CSS to not load properly for users in places like Toronto, New York, and others. We did everything we could to get our CDN provider to resolve the issue, but at the same began investigating other options. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
News

More Trouble with the CDN

We’re getting more reports this morning from customers who are unable to load Pivotal Tracker images/css. We were optimistic that this was resolved by CDNetworks yesterday afternoon, but clearly that seems to not be the case. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
News

Update on Todays CDN Issues

At around 3pm Pacific today, we finally received word from our CDN provider that traffic had been rerouted around the “node” causing today’s problems for users in certain locations (manifesting as slow or failed loads of images and stylesheets). The change may have taken some time to propagate to everyone, but at this point the issue should be resolved. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
News

Problems with Our CDN

As some of you have (painfully) noticed, we’ve been having problems with our CDN (content distribution network), causing slow or failing loads of certain Tracker “assets” including images and style sheets. This is affecting users in certain locations only: over the weekend it was South America and certain US cities, while this morning it seems to be mostly the east coast and parts of Canada. Read more...