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NEW FEATURE: Element links

In this latest release, we further refine your ability to add different link-based content areas to your elements.

Now, you can add a link-based content area for three distinct types of links:

(1) To your cloud hosted files; for example, as hosted on Google Drive, Dropbox, Office 365 or Sharepoint;

(2) To external web pages;

(3) To other Method Grid elements.

To add one of these element content areas, an architect/builder can select them from the “add element content areas” action button dropdown:

The example element below illustrates each of these content areas.

You will notice that cloud document links pull through the relevant platform icon alongside the link title you assign. For web links, the page’s favicon (the icon that you see in your browser tab for the web page) is pulled through to your element – and displayed alongside the link title you assign.

Please note that the previous link content area type (that could capture a mix of all types of these links) will be retained but, with this new release, you will now be able to specify the specific link type – allowing for richer user display.

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