We've had a lot of requests for this one and we're happy to announce that it's now live and ready for use. No longer do you have to type in complete email addresses each time you send a client a project, track, or album from your site. We've implemented new "find-as-you-type" functionality that intelligently auto-completes the names or email addresses you type into the email sending overlay. This works in two easy ways: 1) you get quick access to emails you've already sent projects to in the past, and 2) email addresses that correspond to user accounts on your site can be quickly pulled up as well. So, no more copy/paste sessions when you want to send out an email! Just type in the first few letters of the user's name or email and let your site do the rest.
Custom pages, improved album pages and some metadata upload improvements highlight this latest feature release. Here's what it all means for you!
Enhanced Album Pages
You asked for it, you got it. We've had a ton of requests to display album art on album pages so we made it happen. You'll now notice that the black bar at the top of album pages is a little taller, the album art is displayed to the left, and the buttons are better organized off to the right.
Other items in this release
Some other items worth noting that also went out in this latest feature release:
- The catalog and label drop-down in the search field has been removed. We had issues with it's performance, it didn't really apply to everyone's site, and with the new filter tool flexibility those of you who want to filter by catalog or label can simply add it to the left with the Filter Manager tool.
- We improved the column name matching in the metadata spreadsheet upload tool. We'll continue to make this tool as intelligent as possible and this latest improvement should help with matching up your spreadsheet to your tracks.
- You can now import spreadsheets by keying on the track title instead of the filename. Some spreadsheets don't have filenames included and we struggled with matching those up. Now you can match on track title and as long as the title on the site matches the title on the spreadsheet, all of your other metdata fields should fall right in line.
- Safari wasn't correctly sizing the title field and was cutting off some characters - this is now fixed too.
That's it for this release - more to come very soon!