As you may have noticed, we have introduced new changes to our products.
We wanted to share some details on them.
Non-members will have now access to the demo version of Library.
Until now, unless you had an access code, it was not possible to use any of our products.
For those who are not ready yet to become members of our platform, we give you access to our demo version of Library. The only difference between the demo version and the full version of Library is that we provide you with access to a neatly curated selection of content from the Library. But if you want to personalize the sidebar and add your favorite feeds and cultural catalogs you will need to become a full member.
We have updated our Chrome and Firefox extension “Save the internet” to work with Library
The browser extension was allowing you to save any content from the browser to the storage of your choice. Now the extension work with Library.
Whenever you are on YouTube, Vimeo, Soundcloud, Tumblr, and Flickr, you will be able to add a channel to Library with a simple right-click.
By the way, this also works with RSS, go to the URL of the feed, and our extension will offer to add them into one click too.
We’ve simplified the sidebar to focus on what matters
With the What’s new, and links to other services, we thought the sidebar would benefit from a small clean up.
We have moved the “What’s new” link to the Profile context menu, available when clicking on your profile picture in the top right corner.
We have dropped Google Analytics Because you deserve a more private experience.
This is something we wanted to do for a long time, but this new update was the perfect opportunity. We are now using Amplitude to measure and improve the product. While building the product, we will always look at ways to provide the most private experience. It is the reason why we thankful for your membership that supports our vision of a healthier internet experience.