We’ve got some exciting new updates we’ve been working on that we think you’ll find useful, making your Bynder experience even better.
These features will be made available by Monday, August 24, 2020 at 3 PM CET.
By cleaning up the interface and creating more clear names and descriptions for each option, permissions profile management in Bynder is now more intuitive for admins to configure profiles, assign permissions, and see what each profile has the ability to do. This update will be rolled out to our customers in phases between August 19, 2020 and September 7th, 2020.
“Why don’t I see that!?” If you use metaproperty options to determine what users or groups have access to assets, you can now view those permissions on the asset detail view. This helps to diagnose why certain users or groups have access or not.
Our new default theme is more flexible and future proof than ever. No matter what features, modules or header images are added, or which screen size your users have, it’ll always deliver a consistent user experience.
Users on Advanced Digital Brand Templates can now pick and choose which artboards to download, send to the asset bank, or alternatively send to the Waiting Room, individually or in groups—direct from the document overview.
No more pesky spelling mistakes on your content! Do a quick spell check directly in Digital Brand Templates before you export your document or send for approval.
You can now view all of your guides in a tile view or list view to easily scan and find the guide you are looking for. Additionally, information like the creation date of the guide is also displayed in the list view.
For easy customization, there are now three new section layout options available including one with three symmetrical columns, as well as distributing the two column layouts asymmetrically in a 30/70 ratio or a 70/30 ratio. These expand the previously existing single column and double column layouts.
Hyperlink email addresses within your guides so users can click and directly open up an email to the address listed. Simply click to add a link in the text widget, type “mailto:” and then the email address you would like to link to.
For assets embedded on a page, viewers can now click to enlarge, with options to view the full asset detail in the DAM (if they are a user) or download the embedded image if available.
View and configure the Job Overview by using custom campaign and job metaproperties as columns and filters. You can also add quick notes directly from the overview. Contact your Customer Success Manager to enable this feature.
To be more efficient when working on the go, users can now upload multiple assets at once to the DAM through the iOS and Android mobile apps.
For quicker access, admins and those with the right permissions are now able to configure uploads to skip the Waiting Room and go straight into the asset bank.
To quickly start utilizing videos created on your mobile device, users can now upload video assets into the DAM through the iOS mobile app.
Users can now download and share assets on the go both individually or through collections via the Android mobile app.
We have made some enhancements to our Drupal 8 connector to make the integration more powerful. They include support for documents, the option to import assets into Drupal to utilize native functionality or use CDN links, and automatic updates to synced assets and metadata.
Automatically sync your Getty purchased stock to Bynder by sending it to the Waiting Room for approval before storing in the asset bank.
Automatically sync your Shutterstock purchased stock to Bynder by sending it to the Waiting Room for approval before storing in the asset bank.
We’ve launched an improved knowledge base to help you more easily find and access information related to your Bynder portal. Why not see for yourself?