Today we’re very proud to announce another big step forward for the Echo Experience Studio.
We’ve released a beautiful new project editing interface that makes it even easier to capture, curate and display social media content for your brand campaign, events and news coverage.
In this new interface, we’ve focused on making the Experience you’re building as central, big and bold as possible and consolidated all the options in a compact, clear and simple panel on the left. Simply expand each section on the left-hand panel and experiment with the dials. Your changes will be reflected in real-time on the full page to the right.
Of course you can still configure each individual app in your project by hovering over the app and clicking the Gear Icon. This reveals a powerful property sheet for advanced, per-app settings.
This release continues the leadership of the Echo Experience Studio as the most powerful, easy-to-use and widely accessible content Curation and Display platform on the market.
As always, these changes are the result of direct feedback from our customers, so we want to thank you for using the product and sending in your ideas and questions.
We’re happy to share that we’ve now made it easier than ever to configure or remove individual apps in your project.
Now, as you hover over each app in the Preview or Layout Editor, Configure and Delete buttons will appear. Click Configure to see a powerful in-line property sheet that allows you to modify every last detail of the app’s behavior and appearance.
As always we hope this makes using the Echo Studio even easier and look forward to your feedback!
Posted on January 9th, 2015 by Chris Saad
Posted in Release Notes
Every week we get amazing feedback from users and continue to iterate as fast as we can to make the Echo Experience Studio the best possible authoring environment to Aggregate, Curate and Display social media content for your Brand Campaigns, Events and Breaking News Coverage.
Today we’re proud to announce the following updates.
Improved Default Header Look and Feel
We’ve added a default cover image for all new projects.
We also tweaked the default Title and Subtitle values to [#hashtag] and [Template Type] respectively
We replaced the semi-transparent panel under the Title and Subtitle with a semi-transparent black gradient.
Existing projects continue to look and behave as they did before.
Improved UI affordances for Editing the Title and Subtitle.
Now when you hover over those elements in the Studio a semi-transparent black background appears to make it clearer that those values are in-line editable
Posted on December 5th, 2014 by Chris Saad
Posted in Release Notes
We are happy to detail the latest tweaks and improvements to the Echo Experience Studio released yesterday.
Hosted pages now display a beautiful loading screen until the page metadata is properly loaded
The Demo Banner on Demo Projects now slides in from the top to help customers better understand how to claim and keep their projects
Existing customers with multiple accounts can now have more control when claiming a demo project into their existing account. They are now asked to select a target account into which to import the project after logging in from a demo experience.
Truncated Project Titles or Subtitles on Hosted Pages now display a tooltip on mouse over