January 29th, 2007 / 6 Comments
Shaun Inman has just released his latest version of Mint, a comprehensive web stats tool. I consider this a must have for any new site, and honestly I am not sure what I would do with out it. I guess the only downside to Mint being so good is that it can be very addictive.
As far as new features for Mint 2, I am most excited about the filtering by timespan on most tabs. For example, you can easily see the most visited pages in the last 2 hours, or check out where your referrals have come from in the last day only. These are very nice features built in to the default installation.
The new Visits graphs are also a nice addition, along with a new Pepper called Bird Feeder, which gives you a nice look at who is looking at your feeds.
My only complaint is the new look to Mint. For some reason it just doesn’t seem to have the same elegant, understated look as the previous version. The new style jumps out at you too much and is a little harder on the eyes.
Posted by Matt
January 26th, 2007 / 7 Comments
I quickly wanted to point people in the direction of www.vitalist.mobi, where you can check out our mobile version of Vitalist. Add, edit, and delete items from any mobile browser on your phone or PDA. Get updated on your ticklers and create new ones. Fill in the completed date field to mark items complete. Also, the Dashboard, as well as all of your lists, is accessible for those on the go.
It’s simple to use, and it works with any mobile web browser. We kept Vitalist.mobi as small as possible, so the pages should load quickly on any phone or network. Plus, this helps to keep your bandwidth usage low.
So, if you haven’t already, give it a try at www.vitalist.mobi or go to the tour to learn more and see screenshots. Let us know what you think.
Posted by Robert
January 26th, 2007 / 3 Comments
Thank you for checking out The Net Effect, the new blog for Vitalist Solutions.
We decided to start this blog because we felt we needed a way to let our users know what is going on here at Vitalist Solutions. We are constantly trying to improve Vitalist and we believe that your feedback here will help us tremendously.
So exactly what are we going to talk about? Well…Vitalist updates, feature announcements, ideas for features, polls, and surveys mainly. But there will also be some random stuff thrown in about our interests, hopefully to mix things up a bit.
So check back with us soon, and please give us your opinions.
Posted by Robert