Latest Bluescape Release Improves Collaboration Technology with Multiple, Different Content Types

New capabilities of the latest Bluescape release make collaboration technology easier for teams using multiple and different types of content on a project.

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Visual content collaboration technology solutions provider Bluescape says the latest release of its software enables collaboration for dispersed teams, allowing them to innovate, iterate and deliver new products faster by making it easier for teams using multiple and different types of content on a project.

With a focus on improving the way teams work with multiple, different types of content during a project, the release introduces new features — Canvas, Bluescape Clipboard and Layout — meant to evolve its virtual workspace solution, according to a press release by the collaboration technology company.

“With each release of Bluescape, we move individuals and teams further towards realizing a digital workspace experience that reflects how they want and need to work, without the restrictions imposed by today’s technology and data silos,” says Peter Jackson, CEO, Bluescape.

“This release is a significant step forward.”

More from the press release on Bluescape’s newest features:

  • Canvas provides easier workspace navigation and a more cohesive shared experience of content. Instead of a pinpoint location, Canvas defines a windowpane view of diverse content assets that makes it simpler for teams to work with a shared collection of assets as a whole, rather than by individual content type.
  • Bluescape Clipboard allows you to copy content from one workspace to another, making it easier to share the same content in different workspaces with different teams. Once copied, the content persists on your clipboard until the next copy you make—the difference being that the content is directly tied to your account, and supports any Bluescape workspace elements.
  • Layout adds a new element of structure to the workspace with the ability to align and arrange content within a grid. In addition to tightening visuals for presentation, Layout supports teams that require specific structural elements to define workflows.

“We try to identify patterns, and derive solutions from them, rather than just churn out features,” says Andy Markham, VP of product management, Bluescape.

“As a result, we’re able to keep introducing new modes of ideation, design and content experience that support a range of ways users want to work and collaborate and incrementally knock down the barriers to innovation and progress. ”