News Feed Indexing Engine Upgrade

Today we made a major software update to our feed indexing engine. The objective of the update is to ensure Protopage continues to offer the widest possible support for all of the different variations of news feeds available on the internet.

We’re closely monitoring our indexing statistics to check that everything goes smoothly. Please let us know if you notice any specific issues with any news feeds on your Protopage.

7 Responses to “News Feed Indexing Engine Upgrade”

  1. Steve Morton Says:

    Many thanks for the update. I use the news feeds a lot so I will know of any problems quite quickly.

    But your system does identify the correct news feed better than anything else I’ve tried!

  2. suraj Says:

    “I have bookmarked your homepage, it’s great and full of info.”

  3. Pete Says:

    Hi There,
    How I can make sure my content (bookmarks, notes) just don’t vanish?
    Can I take a personal copy (backup) of my page?
    Nobody grant me to have the page for free forever.
    Please let me know.
    Regards.
    Canada

  4. J Says:

    I have the same question as Pete from Canada: how do I make a backup copy of my page just in case (god forbid…) something ever happens to protopage?
    Thanks,
    J
    London.

  5. Laith Renno Says:

    I have the same question as well. It would be great to have a way to backup everything we have in protopage or at least let us know what kind of disaster recovery you have setup.

  6. Protopage Team Says:

    Pete, J, Laith: We have a dual layer backup mechanism in place. Firstly, we have continuous live backups of the Protopage databases through a process called ‘replication’. This means that if the main Protopage servers were to suddenly catastrophically fail, we can fall back to the live backup servers.

    Secondly, we perform daily backups of the Protopage backups to an offsite backup provider. This means that even if the entire datacenter were to melt down, your Protopages are safe. Offsite backups are encrypted using high strength AES encryption, in order to keep the backups private.

  7. Natasha Says:

    Can I take a personal copy of my protopage which I can update periodically?

    I have already made some mistakes and inadvertently deleted a number of entries before realising.

    I want to guard against MY future mistakes. Is this possible?

    Thank you

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