We’ve been busy redesigning many screens and dialogs over the past few months. Some of these changes will be launched later and we look forward to sharing all updates soon. A few of these updates we’ve already launched, like a design refresh of user profiles.
On a Papyrs site, each user has a profile card which people can use to look up more information about a team member (such as their status, position, expertise, and so on). With the new design, clicking on a user anywhere in the interface will bring up a new profile card, making it easier to quickly look up the details of the author of a page, or someone in the People directory, for example. Administrators can also access all user-related options from this profile card.
We’ve released a number of updates today to the editor and dropdown menus. The new menus should make it easier and faster to access page editing options.
To simplify things further, we’ve also split up the old “Page Settings” dialog. Page Settings are now split up into “Permissions & Subscriptions”, and “Page Properties”. Page properties is where you can change the name of the page, put it in a different folder, assign tags and so on. You can now also access both screens while editing the contents of the page.
We hope you find these updates useful. Stay tuned for more!
One of the updates we’ve released this month makes it easier to add and edit image galleries. The updated dialog includes a new option which will automatically adjust the images so they fit best on your page.
We’ve also made it easier to add or remove captions. When editing a page, just click on an image and a pop-up will show you the following options:
These are just some of the updates we’ve been working on, more is coming soon!
Using the page editor, you can add form fields directly to your pages to collect data and process requests on your Papyrs intranet.
We’ve recently released a couple of updates to the form records view, including an updated design, a quick find-as-you-type search, and sticky headers and scrollbars to make it easy to navigate large tables.
We hope you like these updates!
Ridestore is a fast-growing company in snow e-commerce. Next to offering familiar brands such as Adidas and Nike, they also created their own DopeSnow and Montec brands in collaboration with their customers in the snow wear community.
We talked to David at Ridestore about how they use Papyrs to enable everyone in their remote team to have access to all the information they need to be productive. Without having to ask around for pieces of vital information, the team can put all their focus on providing great customer service.
“Before Papyrs, we always needed to have someone available to answer to questions. Now, new crew members only have to check our intranet.”
— David Voge, Content Marketing Leader, Ridestore
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