Sometimes called a "changelog", where every month or quarter or so the developers post a list of important fixes, updates, features, or any other prominent changes done to their app.
The closest I found was this page: https://www.gocanvas.com/content/blog/category/canvas-release-notes/
It was updated regularly for almost tens years, but stopped in 2019. And looks like it used to be a selectable Blog category, but has since been removed. If there is a new changelog somewhere, I couldn't find it, and it should be made more easily accessible/discoverable.
If there is no changelog, there really needs to be, if only to generate confidence in your customers that this app is being actively worked on and updated. If this were a free app or $10/month, I wouldn't really care. But for the price we're paying, a changelog is necessary.
The reason this became an issue for me is because I've ran into some situations where I went, "why hasn't this been fixed/improved yet?" or "I'm surprised [insert feature] hasn't already been implemented". So I'd search for support or feature request threads where people expressed the same thoughts, and those threads would be years old. So then my next line of thinking is, "if they're not working on these things, what are they working on?" And I can't find anything for the last 3+ years, and it makes me worried that I'm paying hundreds of dollars for an app that is being poorly managed. If that's insulting, it's because I'm ignorant to the hard work you guys are doing, a problem remedied by having an active changelog.
Here's an example of what I'm talking about, I found this by searching 'app changelog' into google: https://linear.app/changelog
Despite the above, I'm overall very happy with what I'm able to accomplish with GoConvas, I just want it to get it even better!
Thank you for your time :)