Welcome to our September release!
Our two biggest releases of the year include an introduction to the next wave of tailored content and new management capability to extend your usage of Tiled across departments and/or use cases.
The introduction of Personalization is geared to set up both business users and microapp creators for success and change how audiences engage and connects with microapps. We have created user-friendly inline editing capabilities when personalizing a microapp and a new and improved UI/UX in the viewer and builder.
It’s simple, with the new personalization capabilities, business users can easily create “just in time” personalized content by simply filling in the blanks. This provides a more efficient workflow, where editors can spend more time creating new content and base users can spend more time prospecting.
Base users can seamlessly add custom content and context by uploading from their device or using URL links. We are opening a door to further empower base users to no longer depend on editors, while still creating guardrails to ensure the overall brand is not jeopardized.
Start creating your dynamic microapps → How to create dynamic elements
Start creating your personalized instance → How to create personalized instances of a microapp
Get answers to your questions → Personalization FAQ
Multi-Library is a new configuration of Tiled available to customers in the Enterprise Tier and above. It allows for much greater flexibility and team enablement within Tiled by allowing users to be part of multiple libraries with different permissions and access to each one.
For example, a user could be a Base User in Library 1 but have full administration rights in Library 2.
The Multi-Library functionality adds several different schemas with which to utilize your Tiled account. A few of them include:
Accounts leveraging the universal link in Microapp Settings will notice the following new workflow for their users:
You may have noticed we’ve rebranded! You should see updated Tiled logo across our platform.
Note: Mobile updates by the end of September
Assets are no longer disappearing in the builder when editing or switching between instances.
Users can scroll smoothly again in a microapp whether they are on desktop or the mobile app.