Zipline, New and Improved!

tired, yet content

[I’m CEO of Zooomr]

Well Kristopher has been working like a maniac the past 24 hours and has rolled out a brand new version of Zipline for Zooomr. Zipline is Zooomr’s feature that allows you to follow the photos and activity of your friends and contacts on Zooomr.

With the new version of Zipline you will now be able to see who is a fan of yours vs. a mutual contact. Fans are people who have added you as a friend or contact and are following you on zipline but people that you have not added back as a contact or friend. Mutual contacts are people who you list as friends and contacts and also list you back. If you haven’t already, check out who some of your fans are. I realized that a lot of people that somehow I’d missed making contacts at Zooomr are in there. I’m going to be adding a lot of new contacts in the next 24 hours.

Also there is now a public zipline available. This is a zipline where you can see everyone’s zipline across the entire site. With this feature we’ve also added a new privacy feature where if you so choose you can make ziplines private so that still only your friends, contacts, or friends/contacts will see them. These zipline messages will not appear in the general public zipline.

We’ve also added a new feature where if you upload a single photo, it will include the description to that photo in a zipline.

Kristopher will be following up in the near future with a video update on these new features. In the meantime check out our ziplines to get a sense of what is included in the new version of Zipline. Kristopher’s is here, and mine is here.

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  1. Matt says:

    Thats nice and all…but can we get some of the glaring bugs fixed? Thanks.

  2. Thomas Hawk says:

    Matt more fixes are coming.

  3. Danni says:

    I agree, lets just focus on the basics. I’d love to move from SmugMug, but not until it becomes more than an alpha.

    This focus on new functionality is disturbing to be honest.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I agree with the other posters. Lets get all the existing functionality working cross browser and get tools like jUploader working again. Till that happens I can’t justify a switch from Flickr.

  5. Jon says:

    Kristopher is probably overworked as it is… and doing a great job. Working on a major social site like this is not a small job! The prospects of Zooomr are exciting but I don’t envy his workload.