We have officially added support for storing your file previews to Microsoft’s Azure Blob Storage. Since we launched we’ve only supported uploading previews to Amazon S3, but recently we’ve gotten more and more requests to add support for Azure. You asked, we listened and delivered.
Getting started is easy. After you’ve upgraded your application, you’ll be able to pick Microsoft Azure as storage.
Once you’ve entered your Azure’s account credentials you’ll be able to check everything is working correctly by clicking on Try.
Once your storage is successfully configured, your application is ready to upload previews directly to Azure. Do you need to your have your previews uploaded somewhere else? Let us know!
Now you can also regenerate your application’s Server API Key, Server API Secret, and Client API.
As always we’d love to know if you have any questions or feedback. Try it out and let us know what you think email@example.com.
Last week we introduced an update to the project’s page that made finding projects easier with the use of sorting and ordering. Today we released another update to enhance the project’s page.
Projects can now be displayed in a list, which offers a more compact view of your projects without loosing any functionality offered by the grid view. As with sorting and ordering preferences, when you change the layout of your projects your layout preference is saved. So when you visit your project’s page again, everything is where you left it.
This simple feature along with sorting and ordering of projects brings us one step closer to making the perfect project’s for hard-working teams around the world.