We are almost halfway through the year, so a great time to post our recent updates and planned improvements for the rest of 2018.
Most of these updates will only be available with our most recent version of SubHub (3.2) so if you are using an older version please contact the support team to arrange a site review.
The automated emails which are sent out to members when they subscribe or due to renew, these have had a makeover and include your site logo.
Control Panel Layout
We’ve made some changes the control panel layout to help you easily navigate to the important feeds. If you have any suggestions for new feeds of data which would be useful for your business, please post your suggestions on our new community board here.
After years of neglect, the member profile design have been updated with a fresh new look. We plan to make further improvements to this popular feature, so let us know if you have any feedback or suggestions - add your ideas to our new community board here.
Stripe Upgrades- currently in beta.
This improvement has taken a little longer than hoped, due to the complexities involved when developing payment processors. With this update you can now choose how to handle member upgrades, and also offer set up / intro fees when members pay using Stripe. We are working with a select group of SubHub clients who are testing this with their live members. The aim is to release this update later in May.
TinyMCE Editor Updates - currently in beta
After hearing from many frustrated users who were desperate to copy and paste content into the editor, this feature will now be available via the WYSIWYG editors. If you regularly use tables within your content, this improvement will make them respond well on mobile devices.
Also the media manager has been updated, making it easier to manage your media files via the editor. More information about this can be found here.
Removal of File Upload Limit - currently in beta
We will end with a HUGE improvement. For any SubHub clients who need to upload video files which are larger than 100MB, our new file storage extension will enable you to use SubHub rather than a separate video host.
Thanks especially to a new client we have been working with, this improvement is in it’s final stages of beta testing and we hope to have this available for clients on request by the end of June.
Due to the amount of storage that will be required by users, anyone wishing to use this new extension will be asked to upgrade to the ‘Unlimited’ Hosting and Support package.