A lot of great content is being clipped right now with Bundlr. To make sure you don’t miss it, we improved the activity page with better suggestions and made it the new homepage.
And there’s more! Now you can like and reclip the best clips you find. It’s a nice way to let someone know they’re doing a good job, and keep your bundles updated with new content.
Not feeling very social? We have one more new feature for you. Now you can move your clips to different bundles you own, to help you organize your content. Just place your mouse over a clip and click move.
Ever wanted to invite someone to collaborate on a bundle, but he or she doesn’t have an account yet? Now you can send an invitation with just their email. He or she will be automatically added as a collaborator as soon as they join Bundlr.
Here’s the new option:
You probably noticed already you can follow users and bundles inside Bundlr. You just need to click on the blue Follow button.
But did you know there are also RSS feeds for users and bundles? You can get notifications of new bundles a user created, or new clips added to a bundle on your feed reader. Just look for the orange RSS icon on your browser, or add “.rss” to a Bundlr user or bundle URL, to get the feed.
Here’s how a bundle feed looks like on the Yoleo reader:
You could already pick an individual clip image as the cover of a bundle. Now there’s another way.
The edit bundle page now includes a preview of the bundle cover and let’s you switch to other possible images, taken from the latest clips inside that bundle.
It’s time to make those covers shine :)
We are excited to tell that you can now import your existing bookmarks from almost anywhere into Bundlr.
You can import your bookmarks from any browser (Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari and Opera) and we also support several bookmarking services across the web such as:
Visit the import page to get instructions on how to export your bookmarks from those services.
This time, we launched something just for our premium users. (Jealous? Then checkout our inexpensive premium plan.)
It’s a new bundle stats page where you can see:
Plus, now you can also see the stats even if you’re just a collaborator, as long as the bundle owner as a premium plan. Enjoy ;)