Tagboard takes 2023 by storm: New home, new UX, new possibilities

We’re kicking off the new year with a bang, and we’re excited to announce our latest platform updates! Our team has been working hard behind the scenes to bring you a better user experience, performance enhancements, and brand new features.

First up, we’re talking big moves and changes.

Move to AWS

We’re proud to say Tagboard has officially migrated 100% of our cloud production infrastructure to Amazon Web Services (AWS). This isn’t just a small step, it’s a giant leap for “Tagboard-kind”. We’re talking increased reliability, stability, and uptime for our customers, who deserve the best– and expect nothing less.

By aligning ourselves with AWS, a company equally invested in media and cloud production, we’re opening up a whole new world of possibilities. We’re talking new features, new capabilities, and an overall more robust platform. We’re taking Tagboard to the next level, and we’re excited to have you join us on this journey.

Graphics builder gets UX updates

Speaking of changes, we’re introducing enhancements that will improve the overall usability of our platform. These updates will also build the foundation for future  features and integrations (that we’ll share more about later). Here are a few of the visual enhancements  coming to a Tagboard Graphics builder near you:

· An all new “Elements” section 

· Updates to layout and styling of the “Layers” section

· Collapsible functionality for each section

That’s right, you get a collapse. You get a collapse.  Every section collapses.

We’re also shaking things up with a new account management feature. We’ve  just made it super easy to change your email address within the platform. This new feature not only makes the platform more user friendly, but it also saves you time.

We hope these updates make it easier for you to create and manage your productions while reaching your 2023 goals. If you have any questions or feedback, you can always reach out to our support team (success@tagboard.com).

Keep your eyes peeled, we’ve got more updates to come.