BlueInk’s new search functionality
Regular users of BlueInk may have noticed that BlueInk now has backend search functionality. Brad began work on this near the end of last week, and got it rolled out on Monday–which also happened to be National Inventor’s Day, though, like most inventors, we forgot to celebrate.
The new search functionality provides a quick and easy way to find content items without needing to remember its name. Additionally, users will see a list of pages the content item appears on. This allows the user to know exactly where the item is in use before they decide to edit it.
If you’ve not tried BlueInk yet, please check out the demo. We’d love to know what you think about it.
One of our primary goals with BlueInk is to save web content editors as much time as possible. We hope this adds to the arsenal of usability BlueInk already offers.