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    Completed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi everyone,

    We are happy to let you know that social media buttons are now available.
    You can access them from the Elements Panel on the left. Just drag and drop them onto the canvas, adjust the settings in the panels on the right and publish.
    Tell us what you think and stay tuned for future releases.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Definitely needed! And also the option to upload an icon or image for the button as I have versions I want to implement rather than the stock blue button for Fb for example.

    A simple, 'share button for [social media]' option with maybe a couple of icons to choose from or upload option for custom icons. This is currently lacking in the 'Articles' element as I would really like to include a set of custom share buttons for each blog post.

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    Exciting news – we just beta launched the Blog Feature.
    Start designing by selecting “Blog” in the top menu of the Studio.

    Here’s a preview of what’s under the hood:

    Full Creative Control.
    You design the look & feel of all aspects
    of your clients’ blog posts and feed.

    Design in Context.
    Design your blog in real-time, as it appears
    on your website. No need for previews.

    In-Line Editing.
    CMS users may edit freely in Content Mode,
    updating their blog without affecting your design.

    SEO Optimized.
    Set your clients up for success in search
    with advanced SEO options.

    We’re really happy to share this feature with you so take a look, play around and design away.
    Looking forward to your feedback!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I agree, along with being able to select/input elements which you can then set to repeat on all articles when new ones are created instead of manually doing it every time, as at the moment the client has to rely on the designer to make the changes or has to learn how to do it themselves.

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