It’s been a busy month for MarkUp.io! Let’s take a look at some of the most recent bug fixes and other enhancements you’ll notice the next time you log on to MarkUp.io.
Latest Bug Fixes:
Easier customization of Workspace icons
Changing up your Workspace icon is now a breeze. Before, you might have noticed when uploading a new image you weren’t able to fully zoom out. With this update, this is no longer an issue!
Smoother reviewer experience when leaving comments
If you’re amongst the few who experienced your cursor jumping back to the start of a comment while you were still composing said comment, you’ll be thrilled to know that this is now fixed.
Email notifications now send you to the right location
Clicking on a comment from an email notification now automatically takes you to the place that comment appears in a MarkUp. This fix makes it much easier for you to quickly find specific comments and respond to them!
CMYK colors now properly display in PDFs
A few of our users working with print spreads have pointed out that, in some cases, the colors would change when uploading a PDF to MarkUp.io. We’re happy to say that this issue is now fixed, and your original PDF CMYK colors will look the same in the preview.
Consistent zoom level in Image and PDF MarkUps
We want document review to be as easy as possible for you. Now, when you select a zoom level in an image project, the view will stay consistent across pages and is stored in the session.
Increased video and image quality
Thanks to the community’s constructive feedback, we’ve greatly improved video quality so you can make contextual edits without being distracted by a loss of quality. At the same time, images are looking crisper on MarkUp.io and are being rendered at a much higher resolution than before.
Increased upload limits
Paid users can now upload 500GB of accepted file types a day, allowing you to markup more content and collaborate more easily on a day-to-day basis.
Please note that each MarkUp file you upload is still limited to 5GB per file. Keep an eye out as we are planning to release an improvement that will allow even larger files to be uploaded.
In the past, you had to delete the pin and re-post it if you wanted to move it. But not anymore! Today, when you’re working on a website, image, or video in MarkUp.io, you can easily drag and drop pins to a new location once they’ve been posted.
Improved visual cues for easier comment navigation
Now, when you click an active or resolved pin in a MarkUp, the corresponding comment is highlighted in the sidebar. With this added visibility, you’ll be able to find and clarify comments much more quickly.
Shareable MarkUp URLs
You can now copy and share a MarkUp URL with your collaborator, who will be taken directly to the MarkUp. If they are an unregistered user, once they interact with the MarkUp, they’ll be prompted to either sign up with their email address (which will allow them to keep better track of the feedback) or simply continue as a Guest user.
One more thing: if you’re on one of our paid plans, the ability to manage the share link by disabling it also affects the MarkUp URL. So, if you disable the share link to a MarkUp, Guests with access via that link and/or the URL will no longer be able to use either option to access the project.
Comment filtering by mentions
Now, you can instantly find comments relevant to you by clicking Mentions in the brand-new filter feature, which you can find in the comment panel. This will instantly show you all comments that directly mention you, as well as any comments that include the @project tag.
Better control and management of guests
In the past, if you wanted to remove someone from all your projects at once, it wasn’t possible—you’d have to remove them from each MarkUp separately. Similarly, you didn’t have one place to see all the Guests who had access to MarkUps on your Workspace.
You can now see a full list of Guests on the Team page, where we’ve separated users into two tabs: one for Members and one for Guests. In the Guest tab, you can see the name and email (if available) of any Guest associated with any MarkUp. From here, you can remove a Guest to remove access to your MarkUps.
That’s a wrap for this update!
See you back next month for our November product updates (trust us, it will be worth it!).
Want to read more (and see some demos of our new features in action)? Check out our blog post!