Another thing we'd like to do with HTML banners that came up in a
strategy meeting today, is to be able to offer a latest social media
feed on a card, to keep a browse page more dynamically updated,
encouraging more frequent visits to the app. We could feature a tweet,
pull and image and title from a latest blog post, or Facebook post...
Just the use of social media would be HUGE on HTML Cards.
Neil, we (Bates Creative), are highly interested in this feature,
primarily for our existing publication clients, who are looking to have
dynamic browse pages that entice users to revisit the app more
frequently. The use of HTML cards would enable us to keep a fresh look
within a few cards on a browse page, ticker-tape type treatment to
inform users of continuous updates, without the use of opt-in push
notifications. They would truly help to maintain a fresh look on browse
I'd like to suggest a feature regarding the Layout Tool: EITHER have it
open in a separate tab, OR add a Preflight button within the interfaceI
understand why you have now defaulted to have it open the last
collection upon launch. It becomes tedious, when testing your layout on
a device, to constantly switch back and forth from the Content area of
the tool, to the Layout Template, and having to reload your collection
each time you push an preflight update to your device. When I'm ready to
I too noticed this and wasn't sure if it was a feature, or a bug.
However, I much preferred when it would NOT open a collection by
default. When switching layouts, it still opens the last collection you
had open, even if it's associated with a different layout. PLEASE switch
it back to the way it was, where you had to "Import Collection" to view.
Often, I prefer to set up my cards and rules without the collection
visible, Makes it much faster to work that way.Thanks,Tommy
Report of Further Findings in testing the new Article from PDF within
Dashboard feature:4 articles were created and tested across 4 devices:
Articles: 1 Horizontal PDF - Full Page UNCHECKED1 Vertical PDF - Full
Page UNCHECKED1 Horizontal PDF - Full Page CHECKED - Horizontal Swipe
CHECKED1 Vertical PDF - Full Page CHECKEDDevices: iPhone 4S iOS 9.3.2 -
AEMM Preflight 2016.7 (d0f2d81)iPhone 6+ iOS 9.2.1 - AEMM Preflight
2016.7 (d0f2d81)iPad Mini iOS 9.3.1 - AEMM Preflight 2016.7
(d0f2d81)Nexus 7 ta...
PLEASE DISREGARD THE ABOVE OBSERVATION!!! Upon further testing on
additional devices, the function is working as requested. I'll need to
see what was causing the display bug on my initial test device. Thank
This past Tuesday, Adobe introduced the option to upload a PDF file
directly within the Dashboard as a content file! That's AWESOME!!!
Congratulations. However, I'm having some issues with the current
implementation:Seems as though the option "Fit one full page to screen"
has no effect on the uploaded file. I've uploaded a horizontal formatted
PDF - NON fit to page, a vertical PDF - NON fit to page, a horizontal
Fit to page PDF and a vertical fit to page PDF. Yet, ALL of the uploaded