Since our solution widgets have been upgraded to include tracking of user actions, our dashboard now offers click event analytics to provide insights on your user actions. With the analytics dashboard page, you can visualize and download the click-through rates, click rank, add-to-wishlist rate, and add-to-cart rates by solution. You can also analyze the metrics over time. The dashboard also has a page for viewing the usage of each of the solutions through API calls and bandwidth used. Download any of this data to perform your own detailed analysis or comparisons.
Now a new data sync method, FTP upload, is available for you to index images to the ViSenze server. If you have a large database and need to keep your data synced with ViSenze regularly but not real-time, just upload your data file regularly to ViSenze's FTP server, and we will process your data automatically. Please check out this article for more details and contact your account manager or write to firstname.lastname@example.org to get your ViSenze FTP account.
What's one of the most important thing for visual search experience? Speed!
As our visual tech solutions are exposed to more and consumers from multiple countries, to increase our service availability and provide a better user experience across wider geographical areas, our infrastructure has been upgraded to be deployed across the world. Now we are glad to announce the opening of our new datacenter in California. The end-to-end search latency from North America is now dramatically reduced.
You can choose to be hosted on this datacenter by contacting your account manager or write to email@example.com.
We have just updated our search algorithms for fashion products, resulting in a significant improvement in the search quality - by about 20% or even more! This has been automatically rolled out for your account on the backend so that your users can enjoy faster and more relevant search results right away.
We have launched a new API Playground UX with the following changes to your dashboard:
- All the objects recognized in a query image will be displayed when searching with the Automatic Object Recognition feature, as opposed to previously, where only the object with the highest confidence score would be shown.
- An empty "product_types" API response will be returned when a stated object is not detected in your query image.
- The Advanced Search Parameters bar has been made collapsable by default, so that you can focus on the search process itself.
Our website for fellow developers and engineers has gone through a complete revamp. Besides getting a makeover with better navigation, you can now find best practices and guides for visual tech use cases and applications easily, along with great presentations of our APIs and SDKs.
You can skip the step of re-uploading an image query using the
im_id returned from each upload search api call. This saves bandwidth and improves speed, which is great for performing search refinement on your results.
We have added two new types of API keys with search-only or data-only permission to your dashboard, giving you more permission control within your account.