News, Updates & Other Good Stuff


New Features Released: Improved Uploads, User Export Tool, and User Account Expiration

We have a couple of new features that were released over the weekend that we wanted to be sure you're aware of so you can begin using them right away:

1. Track File Updates - Admins can now upload new files for existing tracks on any track details page. This includes the ability to add any extra filetypes you wish (Word DOC's, PDF's, etc.), as well as the ability to remove any existing files you no longer want on your site. If you've got an MP3 and an AIFF for a track and you want to add a WAV, you can now do it on your own right from any track details page. Or, if you want to pull down an old MP3 to replace it with a new one, you can do that now as well. Just login securely and go to any track detail page to see this new upload feature in action.

2. User Export Tool - Admins can now export a list of their users by following this path on your site: Admin Panel > Manage Metadata > Export Data. This new tool is great for looking at all of your users at once in a simple report, and for exporting email addresses all at once for your email marketing needs.

3. Account Expiration - Admins can now set an expiration date for a user so on that specified date, the user will flip to a new Permission Profile. If you know you have a user (or group of users) who only need temporary access to your site, you can use this new tool to set their expiration date. Just go to the Manage Users section of your Admin Panel to access this new feature.

We hope you enjoy these new and improved features. As always, there's much more to come soon!


Coming In a Few Days: Improved UI For Track, Album, Catalog and Label Line Listings

new SourceAudio track line listings

Your New Track Line Listing Display Pattern

We recently made some key improvements to our list pages that we're excited to tell you about. We're constantly taking feedback from our users and when we're not supporting specific site requests, we're working on new ways to improve the experience of the platform and to add more value for everyone who comes into contact with it. These upcoming changes are small in terms of effort but you'll notice them quickly because they change the UI (for the better, of course) on some key pages. We just wanted to give you a heads up before the way your tracks, albums, labels and catalogs display simply change overnight. These aren't drastic changes and there's nothing you need to do to get ready for them but they're worth mentioning nonetheless before you stumble upon them yourselves: