Open Opera Changelog webpage after an update

  • I love Opera, but what really annoys me is the fact it updates itself and then opens up some general "What's new page" that doesn't really tell me what got updated (for example Opera 51 release showed the same "What's new" page as it was for Opera 50), so that's not exactly helpful. Can you guys make it work like Firefox does it? When it updates, it opens up a nice webpage of all the important highlights for the given update. I know you can go to Opera Desktop Blog, but the sorting of posts there is a mess and the info often comes a lot later which is annoying. Why not present it directly to the user so we always know what new goodies exactly we got. You can go explaining them into details later on Opera Desktop Blog, but a summary of new stuff like Firefox team does it would be greatly appreciated. It's one of things Mozilla does best out of all browsers, hands down. Having option to later access the changelog for version you're currently using (and all the old ones) would also be a nice thing to have so you can always check again what was the new stuff for your current version and also what was released in the past.

    FIREFOX EXAMPLE:
    https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/58.0/releasenotes/

  • @rejzor I've been thinking about something like this since a while and I guess it could be kinda helpful, specially for those users who don't read the blog and often are caught by some change that they don't know about.

    It could be a simple html or txt file, automatically opened after an update, listing in a user friendly language what was added, what was removed, what was changed and what was fixed that would be relevant for the users.

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