Release Notes July
See the latest changes on KLASH.
By Tim Börjesson
Head of Design|13 July, 2022|4 min read
🚀 Improved functionality
All uploads are now synced across the cloud in realtime, which means you can organize, label, bookmark and do status changes even before large files are fully uploaded.
Jump to a specific frame by searching for it in the control panel.
Users are automatically added to your company workspace when signing up with a company email address.
See how many finished/unfinished tasks you have directly in the projects folder.
Choose streaming quality as you’re watching (original, 1080p, 720p, 480p, 360p).
Now you can draw on pictures!
🎨 UX improvements
The pen tool has moved out of the way of the editor (finally!) and now lives on the left hand side.
We’ve added four more marker colors to choose from.
Creating a new directory now shows a word limit. Keep it shorter than an old tweet.
We’ve simplified sharing. You can share all or specific versions with external users even if they don’t have a KLASH account and create share folders with files and catalogs. Just right click a file or folder and share away!
Added title to all pages to make it easier to keep track on which page you’ve visited in your history or if you want to bookmark a page in your browser.
🧹 Visual Changes
The share tab was a bit of a mess, but we’ve tidied it up and it now has a simplified and advanced view
Playback speed and quality now shows directly in the control panel.
The mini player and chromecast functions have moved in together under the settings icon.
You can see your current role and email in the top menu while in a project or studio.
🦟 Bug fixes
Frame counter now matches video frame rate for 25 fps files.
Images no longer shrink briefly when entering the studio.
Profile avatar is now perfectly aligned in project cards.
Google no longer auto searches when clicking on text in the mobile dropdown menu.
Now when you upload a large number of files, all of them are actually uploaded.
The "Set thumbnail" option was visible in Shares but did nothing. So we removed it.