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NEW FEATURE: Grid and element labelling

Grid and element labelling

Method Grid just got better!

Very happy to announce our biggest feature update to date: the ability to (colour) label grids and elements. This, in turn, opens up a whole new aesthetic dimension for architects and builders: enabling them to bring methodologies visually to life for all users. Further, grids can now be filtered by grid labels as a powerful piece of new functionality.

This has been a massive development release for us – one we have wanted to do for some time as it was requested by multiple beta users at a very early stage. We hope you appreciate the way it has been designed to work; as always, all feedback welcome.

Looking down the line, we also see this release laying the foundation for access categorisation i.e. only certain account members can access grids of a certain label/category. A number of you have spoken to us about that (please contact us also if you have a specific use case you would like us to bear in mind in this regard).

Please note that there are a few new action buttons involved in this new release. To support you in getting going with this, we have added to our FAQ library – so please see there for any initial questions you may have (see, for example:  “What are grid labels?”, What are element labels?”).

The short video below seeks to give you an overview of the key aspects of this exciting new set of features. The best way to learn, however, is to just play around with it all … happy gridding!



Coming next …

We are now very close to the v3 (public) beta launch – which will include the reveal of our completely new website (describing Method Grid features, testimonials, early thoughts on future pricing etc). We will “soft launch” this ahead of any promotion such that our (private) beta community can provide feedback, spot any final bugs etc. Watch this space.

Please keep all feedback and ideas for future improvements/enhancements coming!

Is there a feature you would love to see us add to our development stack? If so, please let us know in the comments below or contact us here.

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