In our continuous journey to enhance user experience and eliminate bottlenecks, we proudly present our latest addition: Experiment Schedules. A feature designed with both simplicity and flexibility in mind, poised to revolutionize how you manage your experimental workflows.
Scheduling Made Simple
The beauty of Experiment Schedules lies in its intuitive approach to managing experiments. Users can now "Schedule Experiment" effortlessly, either for a distinct moment in the near future or on a consistent, repeating cycle.
The "Once" option is your go-to for those seeking a one-time setup. Need to run an experiment tonight at 10 pm? We have you covered.
However, the "Recurrently" option is a game-changer for experiments that need consistent repetition. Schedule your experiments by using well-known crontab expressions. This allows you to, e.g., schedule the experiment for every Friday at noon or perhaps every weekday at 10 p.m. – the choice is yours, and the possibilities are endless.
Crafted from Valuable Feedback
This innovation isn't just a result of our drive for perfection; it's a testament to the power of community feedback. Many of you voiced the need for reduced manual operations, a sentiment we often heard: "And then I realized that I want to do less manual work." We listened, and Experiment Schedules is our answer to that call.
We recognize that introducing automation can bring its own set of apprehensions. The fear of unintentionally impacting other teams or services is real. However, with Experiment Schedules, these worries are put to rest. Our automated system was meticulously designed to guarantee timely and accurate execution, ensuring your other processes remain undisturbed.
Aiming for the Future
Our goal has always been clear: empower users to identify risks early and emphasize automation. Your enthusiasm for a "continuous and automatic" experiment management system was the final piece of motivation we needed. With Experiment Schedules, this dream is realized, and we've also laid the foundation for many more advancements to come.
So, dive in, explore, and tell us what you think. After all, it's your feedback that drives us forward.