June feature roundup: token-gated newsletters, multiple accounts, & sub-newsletters

We've been hard at work, and we're excited to announce some new features!

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Papyrus is now Paragraph

Today, we have some exciting news to share regarding the evolution of our company. We’re rebranding, and changing our name from Papyrus to Paragraph. This new brand better reflects our long-term vision and focus - helping creators publish content, reach their audience, build closer communities, and

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About Paragraph

Welcome to the Paragraph blog! We’ll post updates about the platform, deep-dives on the interesting tech we use, or general thoughts about the writing ecosystem as a whole on here. You can also find us on Twitter or on our Discord.

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Papyrus and web3: building better tools for the future of the creator economy

Exploring why we believe web3 will empower a whole new generation of content creators.

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#web3

Adding Support for Custom Domains

Announcing support for custom domains! Learn how to set one up in minutes.

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How we reduced Next.js page size by 3.5x and achieved a 98 Lighthouse score

At Papyrus, speed is always top-of-mind. We heavily focus on optimizing everything we can, and ensuring all of our static pages are as fast as can be. This blogpost is outlining some of the tips, tricks and best practices we discovered on our recent journey to attain a near-perfect Lighthouse score.

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#nextjs#react#programmingtips

What We're Excited About in Next.js 12

Papyrus is a blazing-fast, privacy-first, no-frills-attached platform for blogs & newsletters. Sign up and start writing posts just like this one. At Papyrus, we’re a heavy user of Next.js. We take advantage of features like image optimization, link prefetching, and incremental static regeneration

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#nextjs

Welcome to Papyrus!

The first version of Papyrus is officially released! Here's a brief overview of what we are and where we're headed.

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Fixing 'Cannot read property charCodeAt of undefined' in Google Cloud Functions

A quick tip on fixing a pesky, non-descriptive-stack-trace exception in Google Cloud Functions.

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#programmingtips#quicktips

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