Sizzy release notes
Sizzy release notes

Sizzy 0.19: Introducing Sizzy Projects πŸŽ‰





Hey everyone πŸ‘‹ Long time no see, huh? Well, we’ve been busy. Let's dig in!

Sizzy Projects

This is the feature that we were working on for the past 2 months, and we really hope that you will love it! 😍 It's really hard to summarize this amount of work in a short video, but Kitze will try his best to explain it in 2 minutes πŸ‘‡

πŸ—’ Side note: A team has been working on Sizzy since the beginning. Our team has 4 people for now and it's gonna grow soon. So even though Kitze is the public face behind it, everyone in the team should get credit for their hard work! Keep that in mind when praising our work πŸ˜‡

What is Sizzy projects?

Let's get the most important feature out of the way. Sizzy Projects is a complete game-changer for webdev and for browsing 😎


πŸ€– It’s an easy way to organize, manage, and navigate all the web development projects that you’re working on.

🌟 For every project you can save a list of bookmarks, reference links, todos, notes, etc. so all of your work remains in one place. This takes productivity to the next level!

πŸ“± Each project can be assigned to a view in Sizzy (Horizontal, Vertical, Focus, Responsive, Full, etc.) or a preset of devices. So when switching projects you can easily switch to a new set of devices in Sizzy 🀯

πŸ“‚ You can also open any project in Finder/Explorer or in the code editor of your choice. This makes switching between projects super easy!

🌍 When working on a Sizzy Project you’ll be able to open a mini-browser (yes, we went there) within Sizzy with all of your important reference links (like a project board, GitHub repo, Figma, deployment URL, documentation, etc.), so you don’t have to switch to another browser while doing some work.

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πŸ“ We’re working hard on documenting Sizzy Projects properly in our Help Center, and we’ll post a changelog update when the docs are published.

Managing permissions

Now you can (finally) manage permissions in Sizzy! πŸŽ‰

For example, when a website has push notifications, you can grant them or deny them from appearing in Sizzy.


If you grant the permission, push notifications will appear in Sizzy.


This refers to all kinds of permissions, not just push notifications. You can even manage media permissions, such as giving access to mic and camera for video calling and similar.

Once you grant or deny permission, a shield icon will appear in the URL bar which will allow you to change the permission, or to delete it.


πŸ‘‚ We have big plans for Sizzy Projects, but we really wanted to hear your feedback first, so we know how to develop it further.

πŸ“£ Please don’t hesitate to contact us, leave a card on our public board, or just mention us on Twitter.

P.S the weekly release schedule is back, yay πŸŽ‰

Enjoy πŸ™Œ