Great news! CloudSponge complies with the GDPR's Data Processing requirements.
Good news! Yandex.ru support is back.
This week, most of our Yahoo imports started failing. Here's what we learned about this issue and how we worked around a new quirk in Yahoo's authorization to keep our service stable.
After 15 years, Plaxo is no more. It is a sad day.
We’ve just completed some big changes to our widget that you may not have noticed.
The CloudSponge Address Book Widget is very versatile. Our customers have adapted the list of contacts for many different situations and requirements. Here's how.
This is a complete walkthrough for setting up your CloudSponge account to be able to connect to Google address books.
How Nextdoor used CloudSponge to accelerate platform invitations
TL;DR No worries, we don't use CloudFlare.
Starting Jan 3, 2017, some of our customers and users may have noticed that AOL address books were not connecting reliably. In fact, most of them were failing. We researched the issue and raised it with AOL’s development team and they quickly resolved the issue.
We have updated the HTML in our new widget and it will affect anyone using custom CSS.
How Gainfully cut project timeline by 80% and accelerated user onboarding with CloudSponge
Yes, our new widget is beautiful, but it's about much more than just aesthetics.
Existing customers can modernize the address book widget now.
We rebuilt our address book widget from the ground up and we know you're going to love it.
As part of our commitment to privacy, we're ensuring that customers use their own Google Developer account.
We've published our internal tool as a micro site
Google released Chrome 45, completely removing the Java plugin support
Please review our latest revisions.
Our widget has a new option that helps it work better on mobile devices. This will keep the user experience in a single browser window for best compatibility on mobile devices.
Attention Customers! We've updated our snippet code.
We've enhanced our /services endpoint
Facebook v2.0 has made our integration useless.
Gmail import broke for about 2 hours today.
Facebook friends are no longer available and our integration won't be useful much longer.
We've updated our Yahoo integration to use their new OAuth2 authentication.
Attention customers! Google branding must be OAuth2.0
We've added contact importing for UOL, Terra and BOL.
Join our Facebook Integration waiting list to get early access to our new Facebook import feature.
A brutally honest reflection of 2013 by the people behind CloudSponge.
A breakdown of our diagnosis of recent Yahoo Contact API failures.
Windows Live has changed often lately, but if you were using CloudSponge you probably didn’t notice.
Google deprecated their OAuth1.0 implementation some time ago and we've finally updated our service to use the newer OAuth2.0.
We've obtained OAuth access to AOL's contacts API, which means that we'll be able to provide a much improved user experience along the lines of Gmail and Yahoo imports.
We built a CSV import for AOL that mirrors our support for Outlook.com imports
We made some major improvements to the user experience for CSV file imports.
The user experience for our CSV imports needs to be improved, we're working on it.
Our support for Windows Live/MSN/Hotmail will continue after June 25, 2012 without our customers having to do any development.
You can customize the language or even the tone of the widget to match your site.
Deep widget links allow you to hyperlink to each address book source directly on your page and style them however you like.
We've made it easy to add CloudSponge contact importing to your BuddyPress site.