What's new in Outfit.
Our What’s New section makes it easy to follow along with our new features, bug fixes, major deploys and anything new in the app that we think is worth a mention.
Our New App Menu!
As Outfit has grown in leaps and bounds over the last year we've released a new application menu to consolidate all of the new and cool things we've been working on.
15th December 2016Learn More
Pre-populated Template Content Designer
Designers can now provide authors with a strong starting point when editing a document by prefilling data. Designers can do this by presetting inputs in the Template Variations tab.
25th November 2016
Customisable Background Images Designer
Designers can now implement customisable background images into templates with full width and height background images. This will now give authors the ability to reposition and scale an image to suit the context of a document.
17th October 2016Learn More
Assets are Now Downloadable from the Asset Library Admin
All users, with the exception of Contributors, can now download assets from the Asset library for local use.
14th October 2016
Set Maximum Number of Items in a Collection Designer
Designers can now define a maximum number of items in a collection. This is very useful when repeatable collections are used in conjunction with a constrained formats.
11th October 2016
New User Role: Contributor Contributor
Invite external contributers to specific projects, Easily invite your agencies to specific projects without exposing all your materials. Access rights are similar to a guest, but with the ability to browse projects and documents
9th September 2016
Restrict a team’s asset library to specified tags Designer
Make sure a team can only have access to imagery that they're allowed to use.
29th August 2016
Create a new input in a template without editing any code Designer
While in the template files view, select text in the preview and search through existing inputs, choose a relevant input and it will apply to the selected content.
8th of July 2016
New ways to create a template Designer
There are now two new ways to convert existing html into an outfit template:
- Upload a .zip file containing an index.html
- Paste a URL and we will create a template with the index.html and all the assets
8th of July 2016
Now the first thing you'll see when you open the app, your dashboard is a complete overview of what's happening in Outfit. The dashboard includes documents you've edited recently, documents exported recently, what other people in your team are creating and a whole lot of other activity previously hidden behind multiple menus and tabs. If you're a Designer, the dashboard will also show you information like the templates you've created recently. We're really excited about this feature and hope you will love it as much as we loved creating it.
22nd of June 2016
Restrict certain authors from exporting Admin
Force selected users to always have to request a review before being allowed to export.
19th of May 2016
Automatically remove formatting when pasting text. designer
Stop people from using off brand rich text in a template by removing the styling when they paste.
8th of April 2016
Link an image input to a tag designer
Only let authors chose from images tagged as 'background images' for using as a background.
3rd of April 2016
Max file size for .jpg exports Designer
You can now set a size limit on final exported files, this is helpful for optimising images and keeping the size down on images on social media.
25th of March 2016
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