Thursday, April 19, 2012

Release 0.18

Two Menus Only

With read-only access you will probably like to "comment" a Choosle or to work on your own "copy" of it.

While with edit access you can work on the Choosle directly and the "save" command becomes more important than the "copy" one.

As the administrator of your own Choosle you might want to "share" it rather than writing comments your content.

Of course all the other menus are still available as sub-menus of the "more" pull-down.

New Share Dialog
After two previous versions (June 2011 and August 2011) the new sharing dialog has become more powerful, yet still easy to use.
You can now share your Choosle with your friends directly. No special link necessary.
Of course you can still generate special links to share with any group of people.
Who ever receives such a link has access as specified here, independent of his login.

Shortcuts allow you to quickly send Choosle messages via Facebook, Email or Twitter.
Simply click on the corresponding shortcut image and a message with the link to your Choosle will be prepared for you.
You can also try to use your own Email client (depends on your system setup).

Authors and Editors
Now the author and all the editors are listed next to the title of the Choosle. Also the date shows the time of the last change instead of the creation date. The tool-tip still shows the author and the creation time.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Release 0.17

Facebook Login
Until now you could login via your Google, Yahoo,... or another OpenID account. Now you can also use your Facebook account.
So when you are on Facebook regularly, you now have simple and quick access to Choosle.

Choosle Login
If you don't have a Google, Yahoo,... or Facebook account or you just don't want to use one of them, you can register now at Choosle directly.
You can connect other accounts later (see following chapter).

Connect Accounts
When you are logged in with your Google account, you can connect your Facebook account to the same user settings in Choosle. Of course this also works the other way round or with any other account.
This way you can browse all your Choosles and see your settings applied, independent how you log into the system.

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Release 0.16

Change History
When you build a Choosle together with your friends, you may want to know who has done what and when.
A protocol of saved actions shows you what's going on.

Note: Changes made before February 2012 were not recorded!

Options in Search Results
A short list of options in a search result helps you to find the right Choosle more easily.
The first few options, compared in a Choosle, are enumerated on one line per search result.