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We are thrilled to provide you with a new dynamic and engaging way to explore our plans and progress, as well as giving you a space share your own ideas and have your say on the future of Super. This new platform makes it easy to navigate requested and upcoming features, vote on their value, and track their progress. Submission guidelines In order to keep the idea board clean and focused, we expect submissions to meet the following requirements: Make sure your idea title is clear and specific e.g. "Make it so that I can have my website in two languages" should become "Multi-language Support" Write a concise rationale explaining why the feature is needed and how you would use it Add images and links to help explain your idea Assign a category Choose from the list of topics at the bottom of your post. New Feature: Something entirely new added to the Super app Styling and Customization: Additional options in the site design/theme system Integration: Connection with an external/third-party tool Notion Compatability: Creating support for a Notion feature Improvement: Improving upon an existing Super feature Our team is committed to delivering the best experience possible, and we hope this roadmap helps you stay informed and excited about what’s to come. Thank you for joining us on this journey and we look forward to seeing your ideas ⚡️
This feature enables users to make pages inaccessible/hidden on their live site by returning a 404 status code. This can be useful for hiding certain pages you don't want visible to the user but want to keep for structure. E.g. a master database page
Notion does not have forms and so we use a third party tool like notionforms or chilipepper to have forms on our notion pages that go straight to the notion databases... but it would be awesome if we could have forms in super instead of in a third party tool.
The ability to customize the 404 page on your Super site.
Analytics is going to be a huge feature that will give users the ability to track and analyze user behavior and make data-driven decisions to optimize their website for better performance and user experience – right in the Super dashboard.
301 and 302 redirects are useful because they allow website owners to redirect users and search engines from one URL to another. A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect that notifies search engines that the original URL has been permanently moved to a new location. This helps to transfer the SEO value of the old URL to the new one. A 302 redirect is a temporary redirect that tells search engines that the original URL has been temporarily moved to a new location. This is useful when a website is undergoing maintenance or when a page is temporarily unavailable.
I am aware of the third tool option, with MemberSpace in my case. I tried it but I found it a little bit technical. I think it would be a very nice improvement to add a membership feature as simple to apply as the password protection.
It would be great if you could offer to have a great experience for someone like me who offers a web page to users in different countries. I have translations of my pages in notion, but it’s currently not a great user experience to expose these to users. Some of my pages are translated, some of them are not (so there’s a fallback to English).
It would be great for users to be able to select multiple filters on databases, rather than simply selecting from pre-built views, and also for them to be able to sort database items by any field.
In case your database has more than 100 items, the ability to have a load more button to show the others items of the database (ie, from 101 to 200 and so on). Thanks
Currently, secondary database views are not linkable, meaning that users can't be sent directly to a specific language view or other subset of a database. The current process is to send them to the main database page with instructions on how to view the relevant tab, which is poor UX.
I would like to add a navbar with a custom menu AND keep the breadcrumb cause it's a good way to navigate in my website.
Today the options to make your website visually in line with the rest of your branding is a bit limited, this is mainly to do with the colors that are limited to chose from in my opinion. Would be great to have the possibility to add you own hex colors and decide for example if you want all H1 titles in a certain color, all H2's in another etc.
We need a button, not a colored background that interacts when you click
Id like all my blog pages to be under the “/blog” this can be done by keeping then under a database called “blog”, however if i have a database view on my home page that contains a list of blogs, they will be added under “/“ instead of “/blog”. Page urls should probably ignore the view and be linked under the page of the database.