It has been an exciting (albeit busy) 11 months since we released the first version of SnapSea into production. And today, I am proud to announce that thanks to our wonderful clients, concerted development efforts and a little bit of old-fashioned elbow grease, we have now successfully launched a complete overhaul to our platform.
This latest version of SnapSea encompasses our learnings through thousands and thousands of images and videos acquired by our client base, countless conversations with clients and creators alike and a thoughtful approach to user experience.
We are excited to announce the introduction of several new features, including but not limited to: a shareable Media Centre, Collections and embedded galleries and a detailed glimpse into your network of content creators.
Clients now have access to establish a public-facing Media Centre comprising of their hosted assets available to trusted partners and clients. By adding trusted emails, external partners can be provided access to the contents of the client's media library with the ability to download and view hosted assets of that client.
Collections are a unique way of organising your visual assets into galleries, both embedded or accessible via a direct link. If you would like to highlight a particular destination, product or event of your brand, you can organise assets into simplified galleries to display via your website or social media presence.
The newly added creators tab allows for the easy identification of the top creators within your direct network. By highlighting your top creators, you can collaborate with these creators directly, communicate with them for enhanced insight into what makes your brand special. This intimate relationship with your customers can facilitate an understanding of why they have gone to such lengths to post about your brand, allowing you to create an increasingly robust product array for your customers.
Alongside these new features, we have sped up upload times, made the approval process more enjoyable for content creators and enhanced several features in the curation process.