Published on March 21, 2019
Today we launched a significant amount of changes to the Wall Content page of the builder.
Among the changes were better navigation for editing and deleting content sources, like Twitter and Instagram. And cleaned up the filtering section to be more navigable.
We also moved post cycling from the Wall Content page to the Wall Design page (into the posts section), since it seems like that’s where most people expected to be able to adjust post cycling.
Finally, the Overview page got some adjustments to bring how it shows the content sources and design details.
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We’re excited to release a new layout that we’re calling the Multi-column Waterfall. The new layout allows you to have between four and eight columns (seven if showing a leaderboard, poll, etc) and the posts come in at the top, and get pushed off the bottom.
Today we added a new page to the dashboard that provides details for accessing your wall via our APIs. On this new page, you can get the embed code for embedding your social wall onto your website, get the URLs for a JSON or XML feed for any custom integrations you want to do, as well as provide ways for you to gain access to the Full API we offer or Everwall Direct. We’re excited to see how you’ll integrate Everwall!
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