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, October 5, 2020 at 3 PM CET.
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.
Are you approving content of a specific type, country or brand? Apply any filter in the Waiting Room to approve with ease. Set your default filter to make approvals even smoother.
Who’s changed the meta-information on all those files? No more asking around—just check the asset change history.
Choose your background color and apply it across an entire artboard with just one click and get your content to market faster.
What guidelines pages are viewed the most? And by how many users? Get insights into Brand Guidelines usage with Google Analytics.
Maintaining multiple brand guidelines? Make sure you stick to your custom brand names across all guidelines.
Adding text to the guidelines pages just got easier. One page, one style, no more errors.
Get your guidelines even more structured by adding spacing dividers in between content blocks.
Your data's security is always priority number one. As part of our commitment in maintaining the highest security standards for our users, we will implement a web application firewall (WAF). Having a WAF in place means that using Bynder is now more secure than ever. Put simply, a WAF monitors, filters, and blocks data packets as they travel to and from your web application or API.
Publish your videos faster by directly exporting them from Studio to Brightcove.
Publish your videos faster by directly exporting them from Studio to Facebook.
Working on multiple video formats? Your starting screen will now always be covering the full canvas, saving you some manual work.
Select and add text, image, or video elements to your video production with ease and drop them exactly where they should go on the timeline.