What’s new?

You may have noticed that we’ve been doing small incremental changes to the thinglink.com web site. We’re not calling this a new “release”, since we keep releasing every few days or even daily (actually, we released twice today and it’s not even noon over here yet) and you probably wouldn’t want to see me post a blog entry every single time. But I’ll recapĀ  some of the changes we’ve been making lately.

First of all, we’ve concentrated on improving the service overall. We released the first version right before my holidays, and that means that there was a considerable backlog of issues when I came back… (Rule #17: never release before holidays. You’ll ruin them.) Anyway, thinglink.com should now work a lot better for people using Internet Explorer, and there should be no longer duplicated images on the front page. Linking to pages that have hashes now works, and you should no longer get a handful of cookies when you use thinglink.com.

The second thing you may notice is that we added the embed code directly to the editor, so you no longer have to hunt for your photo after clicking “done”. Just copy and paste it directly from the editor. Yay!

Big thanks to all who have been testing thinglink.com so far and been supplying good feedback. Seriously, I don’t think we got one useless piece of advice, and even though we haven’t implemented and probably won’t implement all suggestions, we do read and think about every single one. Keep it coming – info@thinglink.com.

Oh, one more thing… We’re currently thinking about adding Facebook integration. How would you like to see us do it?

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