Whether it is to bring you new features, security updates, or to improve features we already have, we are always updating Intuto.
On average we release updates to Intuto every 2 - 3 weeks, and each time we do, we publish the changes that we've made to the release notes page.
We sometimes need to take the site offline for a minimal amount of time, to run the updates. The update is usually complete in under 3 minutes so most users will not notice the site was down at all.
When we're planning an update, we will put a message on the login screen that looks something like below. We try to give at least 48 hours notice with these messages, but sometimes this is not possible when an urgent fix needs to be released to our users the same day. If the site is going to be offline for any longer than 5 minutes, we will explicitly note this in the login message, but this is not a common occurrence.
What will the users see?
When a user tries to access the site while the site while it is being taken offline, they may see an error popup like the one below, as the action they are trying to complete cannot be fulfilled.
After a page refresh, the user will see that the site is actually offline for an update.