Chrome Extension

We’ve launched a brand new extension for Google Chrome that makes it even easier to put your best assets to work on the web.

The Stackla Chrome Extension creates a link between your Chrome browser and Stackla Asset Manager.

You download your assets, grab a publicly accessible link or drag and drop assets into your web apps.

You can learn more here: https://support.stackla.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000494316-Using-the-Stackla-Chrome-Extension

Similar Location Search

When you find a Tile you like and want to see more content from the same geolocation, just click the “Find Tiles from this location” option from the overflow menu.

Stackla will search through all the geotagged content in your Stack and sort it by proximity to your chosen Tile.

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Co-Pilot Predictive Display Ordering

When configuring Filters, there are two new options for sorting content that are powered by Co-Pilot.

Engagement

This option sorts content based on the likelihood that it will attract engagements – clicks, likes, votes, comments etc – from your end users.

Most Recommended

This option sorts content based on the number of Co-Pilot recommendations on a Tile.

Instant Filter Previews

We’ve given the Filter management screens an update, most notably when creating and editing a Filter, you’ll now get an instant preview of the content that will be displayed.

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AI-Powered Spam Detection

A new AI-powered spam detection filter is available on Pro and Platform tier Stacks. This filter identifies poor and low quality content to recommend for disabling.

To learn more and have this enabled on your Stack, contact your Customer Success Account Manager.

Co-Pilot Model Configuration

A new configuration screen has been added to give you greater control over your Co-Pilot configuration.

Options allow you to switch specific recommendation models on / off, adjust the model training schedule, initiate a manual model retrain and automate the application of Co-Pilot recommendations.

Learn more here.

General Improvements

GoConnect Auto Rights Management

When you configure a GoConnect, you now have the option to automatically mark all content submitted as “Rights Approved”.

On Stacks with Stackla Asset Manager enabled, images, videos and sound files submitted via a GoConnects with this option switched on will be automatically added as Assets on submission.

Flickr high quality images

When you request and receive rights for a Flickr image, we can now add the highest quality version to Stackla Asset Manager, whereas previously Flickr only provided a compressed, web quality version.

Instagram videos

Instagram videos now play directly in Curate > Content. Prior to this update, Instagram restrictions forced opening a new tab on instagram.com to play a video while curating content.

Instagram videos now play directly in Widgets. Prior to this update, Facebook restrictions forced opening a new tab on faceboook.com to play Facebook videos.

Facebook Videos

Facebook Videos - Facebook videos now play directly in Widgets. Previous Facebook restrictions forced opening a new tab on faceboook.com to play Facebook videos.

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