Web Monitoring by Visualping

Email alert when something changes on a webpage

#4 Product of the DayMarch 17, 2017
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Must have for Sneakerheads. VP has led to some ridiculous cops over the years - big fan.
@alexrubens not working on Adidas website
@alexrubens there are some trick and tips like using the US Proxy server and the Web-Monitor mode (as opposed to visual). You can always revert to the extension. Please write us at hello@visualping.io for assistance!
visualping is damn awesome, and this update is great. basically i can select an element on a webpage (in the graphic examples above, it's the price field of apple airpods) and then visualping will notify me when that element gets changed (i.e. the price changes).
Thank @_jacksmith - Excited to share our most important upgrade since the launch our our Chrome extension last year. We now allow users to track changes by selecting a web-element as opposed to an crop area on a website. You still get 2 sets of images in your inbox: before and after the change. The big advantage is that it reduces the number of false alarms any up to 90% for some of the most difficult sites to track.
@sergesalager I think PH people would love a special promo code ;) lol
@exlemor it's free unless you use it very heavily
@_jacksmith perhaps, I mis-read, but I thought it said 62 checks a month - which means if I have 2 websites [not that uncommon these days], and I check them 4 times a day (every 6 hours) [really not that often when you think about say being hacked and you'd want it to be checked like once every 30 minutes perhaps] x 31 days a month = 248 checks in a month... That would be a light use... even if you say every 12 hours [and 12 hours is really long in between checks], still 124 checks/month ...
@exlemor please shoot an email to hello@visualping.io and someone will give you some extra free credits. Same applies to anyone reading this thread ; - ) By the way, the first thing we'll do when closing our financing round is to be much more generous with our free plan (10-14 free checks a day).
Thank @_jacksmith - Excited to share our most important upgrade since the launch our our Chrome extension last year. We now allow users to track changes by selecting a web-element as opposed to an crop area on a website. You still get 2 sets of images in your inbox: before and after the change. The big advantage is that it reduces the number of false alarms any up to 90% for some of the most difficult sites to track.
Thanks @tpbtv. We are still making some tweaks so let us know if any remarks at hello@visualping.io
Sounds awesome!! Thanks for posting @_jacksmith and kudos to @sergesalager & the team. Time to start stalking Amazon Tech prices...
@david_west thanks for the comment. Please shoot us at email if you need anything from our side.
@david_west camelcamelcamel may actually be better for amazon prices. that even gives you a graph of historical price changes. visualping good for everything else
@_jacksmith I glanced at camelcamelcamel the other day but figured I didn't have enough humps. i.e. it's in need of a bit of a makeover. Will sneak another peek though.
@david_west yeah, the design sucks, but the functionality is still best in class for amazon
@sergesalager Thanks! Looks super easy to use and very generous to offer 2 pages a day foreverandeverandevermore. Hoping to get some good use out of it so just signed-up.