Last week we shipped FxA train-92 to production, with the following
The ability to change your primary email address is now live for initial
testing! It's behind a feature-flag, but if you have an @mozilla.com
address you can try it out by signing in to sync, clicking "manage account"
from your sync preferences, then adding "?canChangeEmail=true" to the page
URL. Please let us know if you find any bugs at this early stage.
Many of our graphics have been updated to be inline with the ongoing
Photon work, and to be just generally better all around.
The "devices and apps" list has received more polish, including some
cleanup of the device icons and the ability to show a "last synced"
timestamp where available. We'll slowly ramp up the tracking of these
timestamps over the coming weeks to be sure it doesn't negatively affect
The logic for opting users in to the Mozilla newsletter has been moved
into the backend, where we should be able to do a much more reliable job of
subscribing the user to the requested list.
We've added some more performance-related metrics, including route
timing information for the auth-server, and Phil has already built some
re:dash graphs to make use of it.
We now show the new "addresses" and "creditcards" sync engines in the
choose-what-to-sync-screen if the browser advertises support for them.
They're checked by default.
I've deliberately focused on just the most interesting and impact
highlights this time around. There's plenty more good stuff in there, and
if you're interested you can find it in the changelogs for each repo:
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