Two bug reports. Putting here because I wasn’t able to contact the team through the app, and I haven’t heard back after contacting support@opal email address.
First, the ‘Contact Us’ button in the app doesn’t seem to do anything. It moves as I press it, but nothing happens. If this is supposed to open the Instabug modal - it’s not. Neither does taking a screenshot.
Second, the Messenger app is blocked whenever Opal is active. This is despite me disabling it from being blocked on all the Opal filter sets. It’s frustrating because I often have to use Messenger for work, and means I have to take more breaks from Opal than are otherwise necessary.
Would love support on these. On iPhone XR, latest iOS.
Actually, I just noticed from the screenshot you send that Messenger may be blocked outside of Opal through screen time limits (the design when Opal shields an app is a black screen with the Opal logo).
I will send you a Loom video with some steps to try.
That’s not a bad hypothesis, but Messenger unblocks when I take a break in the Opal app, and isn’t blocked outside of the exact Opal schedule. So I don’t think it’s a different blocking app or screen time setting
Watched the Loom, tried the steps. No downtime or restrictions are active in native Screentime. Turned off Opal in screentime, opened the Opal app, went back to screentime and enabled it. Went to reconfigure blocks in Opal - hit clear again, re-added blocked items. Interestingly, all the websites disappeared and it only showed apps. I only blocked Instagram at first. Saved it, and Messenger wasn’t blocked!
But websites reappeared on the list, I blocked some of those again, and the app is again blocked.
Managed to track down the specific issue. Having any of l.facebook.com, m.facebook.com, or www.facebook.com blocked in Opal will cause the Messenger app to be blocked. If all of those aren’t set to blocked in Opal, Messenger works. I’m guessing this is reproducible @kenneth