Newspapers across the globe are moving increasingly online and in many cases behind pay walls. But with so much free content to compete with, how do regional titles provide unique and relevant insights as well as ongoing value to their readership?
One of the biggest feature requests over the last year has been the ability to customize the content of web link tags on ThingLink. Previously, ThingLink would pull the metadata displayed on your web page and translate it into a tag with a picture and title that could not be edited. Now you can fully customize the content of these web link tags, including image, title, body text, and call-to-action button. Continue reading to learn more what this feature means, why it is valuable and how to use it.
SVG (scalable vector graphics) hotspot icons are now available on ThingLink with paid user accounts! Now users have the ability to set the icon size in the editor, and these SVG icons will then scale proportionally based on the width of the screen. This will improve the user experience of ThingLink, especially on mobile phones.
The number one concern we've heard from early adopters of our interactive 360° editor is that it’s difficult to find 360° content to use as a background image. We hear you!
We have just released a new editor for annotating 360 images. Premium and Corporate clients, as well as users with beta access will now see a 360 media upload link when they create a new image.
360 video editing is not yet supported for everyone, but will become available later this spring. See a full list of features and a how-to video here. Continue reading to learn how to access the new editor.
We are excited to announce the release of a brand new 360/VR multimedia editor that allows our users to annotate 360 images and 360 videos and view them in virtual reality.