New: Slack App
This month, we’re pleased to announce our first integration with a one of the most popular workflow tools – Slack.
Our official Slack App sends notifications to a Slack channel (or channels) of your choice when a content creator approves your Rights Management request. You’ll see the post media, caption, network and current moderation status right there in the message.
Direct Asset Downloads
When a Rights Management request is approved by the content creator, the image or video is sent directly to Stackla Asset Manager, so we’ve included an action button to download a high resolution version of the asset directly from the notification.
You can also choose to configure your Slack notifications to include Publish, Queue and Disable buttons so your Slack channel members can moderate freshly approved content from directly in Slack.
Our official Slack App is available to all customers. Install it from the Slack App Directory today.
You can find installation and configuration instructions here.
New: Send To... Webhooks
Webhooks are a powerful tool for connecting Stackla to many of the third party technologies you use every day.
In response to common events such as a new Tile being created or a Rights Management request being approved, you can configure a notification with relevant data to be sent to a URL of your choice. Typically these notifications are automated and sent on every instance of the event, however there are times when you want to be selective about sending notifications.
Our new “Send To…” webhooks allow you to configure an option to be added to a Tile or Asset’s action menu in Stackla. Selecting the option on any Tile or Asset will fire the relevant webhook.
When combined with a middleware tool like Zapier, this makes it easy to create workflows such as sending an Asset to Google drive or data captured by Rights Management to Salesforce.
Send To… webhooks are available now for all customers with our standard webhooks feature.
New: Two Factor Authentication
Two Factor Authentication (2FA) is becoming a standard best practice for securing web apps.
By adding an additional authentication layer on top of the typical username + password, two factor authentication helps secure your favourite web apps and the data held within them.
Stackla is no exception – we recently added support for two factor authentication, compatible with all common 2FA apps such as Google Authenticator.
We strongly recommend encouraging your Stack Admins to configure 2FA authentication.
Our official Chrome Extension has been updated to support sending Rights Management requests on Twitter.
Stackla Asset Manager Batch Tagging
Stackla Asset Manager now supports batch tagging of multiple Assets.
Our Zapier Plugin has been updated to improve available Actions:
Support for sending image and video assets to SAM as part of Tile creation Action
Additional fields added to 'Update Tile' Action