Today we're launching the first version of our new briefing tool, we're excited to include this critical part of the creative workflow.
We're intending to rapidly ship improvements based on your feedback, so please feel free to send in any feedback using the live chat on the app.
We've also been hard at work cracking through a few bugs:
We have plenty of phenomenal updates coming your way, including improvements to MagicAI and some substantial improvements to how we display and allow users to search in Ads. Watch this space!
You now have access to Organisations! Our customers have been demanding it and now it's here, you can now share and edit across your entire organisation and invite users to join your organisation. All of your ads, boards and projects are accessible from within the organisation. You can also set your organisation's name.
We've added a new category of user, viewers. You can have unlimited viewers in an organisation and they're free. Viewers can't edit but they can view your ads and boards. A great way to get client sign off on projects.
You can now generate Viewer or Editor invite links for your organisation and share them with your team. These links don't expire after they're used, so it's easy to onboard an entire team of creators or creatives that you're working with!
Manage your team from the Workspace menu, add users, change user roles and even remove users from the team if it's time to say goodbye.
We've fixed a bug which was causing issues with the board numbering that occurred when some users changed the ordering of their storyboards.
We've made a few small tweaks to projects and storyboard creation, and storyboards can now be added directly from the project view.
You can now share your entire project with collaborators, making it even easier to stay in sync with your team as you develop storyboards.
You can now control the label options that are displayed within each of your storyboards. Working on a storyboard without captions? No worries.
We've added status markers on storyboards so that you can easily let your team know what stage of the process a storyboard is currently in.
We've added a new script view for storyboards so that you can focus on the copy. Don't worry; you can still drag and drop the modules.