Today we pushed out a bunch of awesome new updates, which I’m really excited about. Here’s a run down of all the new stuff…
We’ve updated the site design. There is now brand new navigation for the site as well as a new footer. (See the screenshots above.) Hope this will make it easier for you to find your way around the Web site.
We’ve added a site wide search. It searches across everything, including the forum, blog posts, and help articles. This should make it super easy to find that one forum or blog post that you need to learn how to customize the AddThis sharing experience just the way you want to.
We’ve updated our analytics. For those of you who saw our beta analytics, this should look pretty familiar.
One of the most exciting additions is that you can now break out your stats by domain. Within the analytics, if you go to any of the pages other than the summary, you’ll see a pull down menu that lets you filter by domain. This is something that a lot of you (and I) have been asking for it and it’s finally here.
One thing to note as well, when you login to your AddThis account, you’ll now be presented right away with your analytics. No more digging around to find the link.
Last but not least, we’ve added an AddThis swag store. You can now profess your love for sharing online by buying an AddThis t-shirt, polo, hoodie or even track jacket. Be on the lookout for me, as I’ll be traveling the country attending conferences this year and rocking out of some of this rad AddThis gear.
I have to give mad props to our user experience, design, and dev guys for all the work they’ve been doing on this release. They’ve been working really hard on all this and it really looks hot. I’d highly recommend checking out our Creative Director Jeff Wong’s blog post on the redesign. It goes into more detail about some of the design considerations that were taken.
As always, if you have any comments at all on any of this, drop a comment on this post, start a topic thread in the forum, or e-mail me personally – firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here to serve you and we want to make sure that we’re doing this as best as we possibly can. We can’t do this without your help and feedback.