The New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series highlights new and upcoming features, add-on’s, services and general amazing-ness happening at AudioAcrobat. Readers will discover what is changing, how it might influence their strategies and the many advantages ‘change’ itself has to offer.
If you are a return reader at this here AudioAcrobat-flavored WordPress Weblog it is more than likely that you’ve noticed some major design changes to our WordPress.com site in the last three weeks, which includes an improved iPad-friendly mobile design and interface.
For those of you who have been wondering if the images popping up on WordPress, Facebook and Twitter are a prelude to a new AudioAcrobat.com site re-design and/or release of new features, the wait is over. Consider this your confirmation.
The screenshot seen at the top of this post was taken from the new AudioAcrobat.com home page, which could very well now be LIVE — click here to test! This new home page does seem to hint at AudioAcrobat’s availability on your favorite smartphone… Coincidence? Not at all.
Perhaps you’ve even read Pt. I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII and/or Pt. VIII of the New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series and have already discovered the first eight new features to be announced. If so, our hats off to you … and here’s New Feature #9!
New Feature #9: New AudioNote Editor
It’s been a long time coming, and we’re proud to announce the first major update to AudioAcrobat’s AudioNotes feature since its release in 2004. As mentioned in Pt. VI of the New AudioAcrobat Features and Design Series, there is a new feature which allows members to insert a contact form and collect Lead Capture Leads with just a click of a button. This feature makes up just one of the 50+ buttons found in the New AudioNote Editor.
Users will see a new “Source” button located in the top-left of the New AudioNote Editor, which grants quick access to the Source Code aka HTML Code of the AudioNote. Here, members can insert any HTML Code they like, which includes PayPal buttons, additional media players and any other available 3rd party code.
The “Preview” button is the fourth from the left on the top row and allows members to open a preview of their AudioNote in its current form in a brand-new browser window. This is very helpful for seeing exactly how your AudioNote will look once published and viewed by your audience.
There’s a lot more included here, but we’ll save some of the fun for you to discover on your own!
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