First Features for Digishare 3.0 & Premium Content Feeds

Here at Digishare, we’re continually looking to refine our tools and add new functionality, all with the aim of allowing you to do more, easier. Each month we’ll be sharing a short blog post talking about the changes we’ve made to Digishare in the past month, and what new features you can look forward to in the future.

Digishare 3.0 Update

The development of Digishare 3.0 continues apace, which means we can now reveal the first functionality that we’re excited to present to you on launch.

The ability to process large volumes of pages at once is a high priority for many of our clients. That’s why Digishare 3.0 will allow you to bulk-publish approved pages from the StoryBuilder Overview, rather than product by product within the editor. As these pages will have already been approved as part of the creation process, we hope this will go a long way towards streamlining our users’ workflow.

Navigating to multiple different pages to complete a single task can be frustrating and time-consuming. That’s why allowing our clients to access various tools and information within StoryBuilder is one of our core aims for Digishare 3.0. With the latest version, you will see a brief overview of where your product content has been published without having to navigate away from StoryBuilder or launch the Publishing Tracker.

Work is continuing to accelerate on the new version of our platform, so please check back next month to hear the latest news about Digishare 3.0.

Premium Content Feeds for Amazon

We’re proud to announce that we have completed the first successful test of a Premium A+ Content feed for Amazon. 

In collaboration with one of our most valuable clients, we have created a successful integration that allows a standard content feed to provide Premium Content in the correct format for Amazon platforms.

This feed integration allows partners to:

  • Flag which module to use
  • Match content to the module fields
  • Provide both desktop and mobile imagery
  • Utilise feeds designed for basic content

Having experienced this process first hand, we believe other customer feeds may also be easily adapted to include premium content. We hope to highlight our journey in a future case study, so that everyone can see how painless and efficient it can be to automatically load Premium Content onto Amazon.