Following lean principles, we are quickly drawing to a close our beta testing period. At Six Degrees Of Data we're all hoping that the world is ready for a radical new way to use documents and web pages.
At least we won't die not knowing.
A big thank you to all our testers who identified a number of bugs and suggested a number of future features. Your help has been invaluable and as promised we have listened to you.
Bridger version 1.0 is coming later this week with the following requested enhancements:
- Summary texts and the full text original documents now include color-coded hyperlinks to all bridges. The links are to dynamically created profiles. This feature can also be switched on and off as you wish from within the screen.
- Help is now available within most Bridger screens. These include short instructional videos and step-by-step instructions to guide new users.
- We now have a YouTube Channel with a dozen or more videos to help you get the most out of Bridger. More videos are appearing each week.
- Easier navigation through further gesture support. Swipe left and right to move back and forward through most Bridger screens - or use the browser buttons. Your choice.
Finally, and best of all, we have decided to keep Bridger 1.0 completely free for all users. So point your smartphone and tablet browser to www.sixdegreesofdata.com and see how Bridger can transform your documents. It's free to use and there is nothing to install.
So it has been a busy couple of weeks.
Until we release 1.0, there are new videos to check out. Of course, as you use Bridger in the coming days you will see the features mentioned above being introduced. Try them out for yourself and, as always, all feedback is welcome.