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
We’ve been listening to your feedback and today I’m excited to share our latest new feature for the Echo Experience Studio.
With templates, we’ve made creating stunning social experiences as easy as typing in a #hashtag and clicking Go. The Echo Studio will automatically generate a beautiful Social Stream, Social Media Wall, Social Waterfall, Social Stats or Social Hub experience for your Brand Marketing Campaign, Breaking News Coverage or Event.
Once the project is generated, you can share it with your audience or click ‘Edit’ to get the full Echo Experience Studio project editing experience.
Templates are available from our homepage (while you’re logged out) or from the Projects dashboard when you’re logged in.
Today we’re proud to announce two major updates that customers have been asking for…
1. New Hosted Pages Design
We’ve refreshed the look and feel of our Experience Pages so make them more modern and to include sharing buttons on the top right. This new design lends itself better to a wider range of use cases and lays the ground work for upcoming features (top secret!)
2. Project Wide Content Configuration
Now you can configure social content on your project (#hashtags, user timelines etc) once, and have them be applied to all the visualizations you drag onto your project. You can still override the content configuration on a per visualization basis by clicking on it and, in the property sheet to the right, expanding the ‘Social Content’ property group and clicking ‘Override’. This will clear the visualization and allow you to set content rules for that specific visualization only.
As always, we’d love your feedback on these changes and what you’d like to see next. Please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the chat box on the bottom right corner of the Echo Experience Studio interface.
Posted on October 15th, 2014 by Chris Saad
Posted in Release Notes
Just a quick note to let you know that our engineering and ops teams have taken all necessary steps to secure all our API endpoints and infrastructure against the Poodle vulnerability as of 2:00 a.m. PST, Oct, 15.