The first batch of updates is here!

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t's been a little over five months since we've launched Wallery.

It has been a wild ride and we are happy to say we’ve learned a lot about our users and how they are using our product. And still, we are continuing to learn and to grow!

Thanks to your valuable feedback, and through a lot of in-house testing and tinkering, we continue to work on improvements on our website and in the app itself with each day passed.

Aside from working on improvements and optimizations under-the-hood, we have also made a couple of changes you, the user, will have a chance to notice and try out on the front-end.

Here are some of the more notable changes we’ve implemented so far:

“Dummy” content will help you design your walls

We’ve included what we dubbed “dummy content” into Wallery Designer.

Now, after choosing a content source in Wallery Designer, you will see dummy content appear in the Designer’s stream.

Dummy content is here to help you design your wall and is never shown on your actual wall. It remains contained within the Wallery Designer.

Dummy content is here to help you design your social media walls. All of the changes you make in Wallery Designer will be applied to dummy content.
Dummy content is here to help you design your social media walls. All of the changes you make in Wallery Designer will be applied to dummy content.

Names, user handles and hashtags in Moderation panel are now clickable

Names, user handles, hashtags and links are now clickable in our Moderation interface.

Clicking on a hashtag or a user handle in Moderation will lead you to search results and user profiles, respectively.

Clicking on names, user handles, and hashtags in Moderation will lead you to user profiles or hashtag search results, respectively.
Clicking on names, user handles, and hashtags in Moderation will lead you to user profiles or hashtag search results, respectively.

Media links on embedded walls are now clickable

Clicking on a link shared in a social media post on an embedded wall now lets you follow that link.

Clicking on a link on an embedded wall will take you to the destination of the link.<br />
Ideal for cross-promotion!
Clicking on a link on an embedded wall will take you to the destination of the link.
Ideal for cross-promotion!

Wallery can now be embedded into Facebook pages

You asked, and we delivered! You can now embed Wallery into your Facebook pages. We will soon post a tutorial on how to do this on our blog, so be sure to check back if you need help with this one.

We believe these changes will enhance your user experience while within the Wallery app. With that goal, we are continuously working on further improving Wallery.

If you have any ideas or feedback you would like to share with us feel free to reach out to us at [email protected], or via our Twitter! We love hearing from our users and will be happy to hear your thoughts about Wallery.

Ines Anić

Social media expert at Walleryapp
Interested in all things social, Ines is our go-to person when it comes to new trends in social media. When she isn't blogging for Wallery she can usually be found gaming.
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