This article contains a short description for each new update or announcement for ThingLink. Check out the links to learn more!
Updates & Announcements
Minor updates - improved scene selector for tours & changes to default scene names
August, 28th 2019
- All image titles now default to the file name instead of 'My Interactive Image'
- We've improved scene selector UI for users with shared folders
Minor updates - tag animation & custom icons for all
August, 26th 2019
- Custom icons are now available to all users
- You can enable pulsing tag animation for all tags in a scene
August, 21st 2019
We've rolled out an early test of collaborative editing for all content from shared folders, available to all paid eLearning users and as well as Marketing & Editorial Premium Team subscribers. Now you can simultaneously edit any media with your colleagues. Read more & see a simple example by clicking the header link.
August, 12th 2019
Since August 2019 ThingLink is one of Embed.ly providers. This means that you can now embed ThingLink content into websites that use Embed.ly, such as Medium and others.
July, 24th 2019
On July, 24th 2019 we've added basic keyboards accessibility for viewing content created in our new editor. The update is available for all content, including 360° images & videos. Click the link above for a short description of controls.
June 27, 2019
The post contains an overview of all major changes & updates received by ThingLink's products in the first 7 months of 2019 as well as a few examples of their implementation.
June 20, 2019
ThingLink has integrated Microsoft's Immersive Reader, which means all text descriptions, lessons, virtual tours, infographics, and videos created with ThingLink’s new editor now come with an integrated reading tool and automatic language translation capability.
June 20, 2019
The article contains an overview of recent changes to all ThingLink editors, including new & updated tag types, a radar feature for 360 content & more!
April 25, 2019
'...The solution we came up with lets anyone record their introduction to a topic and save it in the background of a virtual tour. This also includes being able to define a sequence for informational hotspots that matches with the narration and guides viewers’ attention during a tour.'
See the full article for a how-to video, an inspiring example and more information.