🎉 PushMetrics - Release Notes 1.0

The time has finally come for PushMetrics 1.0! We're proud to present the final changes that we packed into this release!

🎉 PushMetrics - Release Notes 1.0


Notebooks are now executed in a script-like manner. Meaning they can do (almost) anything you could do in a Python script, or an Airflow DAG.

For that, we have added these blocks (so far):
- Slack block
- Email block
- API block
- JINJA for execution logic (IF and FOR-LOOPS)

The idea is that you can re-create any repetitive task in a well-documented, shareable PushMetrics Notebook. Whenever you have to do that task again, you simply execute the Notebook or Page. Or you simply schedule it to execute by itself.

You win, because you safe time and work, especially when things are repetitive.
Your Team wins, because you can now build on top of each others work, get insight into what others are building. All in the complete context of a workflow.

I am sure that some of the following tasks will seem familiar:

  • Sending SQL data to Google Sheets
  • Iterate over a list of customers and send them Personalized Emails? Maybe with a CSV attached?
  • Create Slack messages enriched with SQL data for Beports or Alerts
  • Get a Customer ID from a database, followed by an API-Call

Well, you can do all of that now. Once. And then you schedule or execute ad-hoc.

Let's have a quick look at these new block-types:

Slack Blocks

Send messages to slack on demand or schedule. Any JINJA references, as with all blocks, will be resolved automatically.

A well designed KPI Slack message is probably one of the easiest ways to keep yourself and the Team informed without having to dig through databases and dashboards.

Wrap a block like this into an IF clause to create an alert anytime.

Email Blocks

The example below shows an Email block wrapped into a FOR loop. This would send a message for each row returned by the SQL block named users_query.

API Blocks

Being able to colaborate on API Calls and workflows that build on APIs is, for me, the most exciting new feature.
Reference data from a SQL block in your API call to enrich data in services like Intercom, Salesforce, or almost anywhere else.

Once a API block is designed you and your Team can duplicate and reuse it anywhere else.


Last but not least: For loops and IF statement is how you can now orchestrate execution logic in your Notebooks. Feel free to combine these as much as you like.

Kenneth Roos
Kenneth Roos

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