iModeler Tutorial – Our new feature will change the way of sharing modeling pictures on the web
If you are a regular guest on iModeler you’d already know that improvements to our platform happen frequently, and for the most part without ado. But once in a while we’re launching a major upgrade that aims at bringing the experience of your iModeler membership to another level. We are happy to announce that one such upgrade has been completed during the week.
Almost exactly a year ago such an upgrade was the launch of iModeler 2, a complete rewrite of our platform that brought modern visuals and a wealth of functional improvements. The work we put into reimagining the system back then has laid the foundation for the fantastic growth of iModeler that we experience today.
We are thrilled to announce a new feature that is likely to change the way of sharing modeling pictures on the web.
iModeler makes it fabulously easy to add pictures to your postings, and mixing pictures with text is simple, too. But what if you want to point out or describe something ON a picture? Like highlighting the spot that you’ve worked on or labeling the paints used for the different camouflage colors. Like here:
There wasn’t any easy way of doing it on the web, right? Well… now there is. Starting today, iModeler will allow you to do just that, right in our post editor. In a way that does not affect your picture file so that it can also be viewed “clean” if desired.
Watch this video to learn how:
This feature is in Beta, meaning we’re providing you with access even though some improvements might still be required. As usual, all feedback will be greatly appreciated, but most importantly – please give it a try. You can do it while leaving a comment below… 🙂