I'm very thankful to you for publishing a clear and informative changelog, and I'm always excited to read through it.
Currently, the changelog can only be accessed when there was a new update - a notification-like button pops up, which leads to https://kagi.com/changelog. The page contains only the most recent set of changes. This is not ideal, for the following reasons:
- If I click on the notification, forget to study the change log, and close its tab, it's tough to get back to it later, especially on a different device.
- If multiple releases have been made since I last checked the log, I can only view the updates of the most recent release.
- Together, this means I lose some opportunities to discover new features you implemented, as well as the ability to easily discover (without posting here) why e.g. some of my queries behave differently now than they did a month earlier.
- Have a link to the changelog always present (e.g. in the headline or in the footer), and make it prominent when a new release lands. This differs from existing behavior mostly by not hiding the link after I click on it once.
- Have the changelog page at https://kagi.com/changelog contain previous updates, in reverse chronological order - either on the same page, or accessible through pagination.