I’ve noticed many of the Support articles have finally been recently updated, as indicated my the date line as well as reading some.
Some blog articles have a red notice “Click here to see…” disclaimer, for example - One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Choosing the Right Tablo Recording Quality | Over The Air (OTA) DVR | Tablo. Now several have been edited/updated or otherwise altered and it’s current date remains the same?!? With out any notation the article has changed since it’s been released.
One example - Tablo FAQs: Do I Need Internet to Use a Tablo OTA DVR? | Over The Air (OTA) DVR | Tablo has changed not just clarify TV connected DVRs but add content, while the article is still dated as though it was released January 09, 2018 – long before an HDMI unit. Making no mention the article has been altered. This is just one example.
This can be misleading and possibly create miss-information when referencing one …then discovering it may or may not have the content you wanted to offer.
@TabloTV is it unreasonable to ask you note the date on your blog articles isn’t necessarily the date of last edit? Ideally, couldn’t blog editors note date of last edit?