Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Announcing Interactive Sets

Today we launched a new feature on Polyvore that will make discovering those items that catch your eye a whole lot easier. When looking at a set, you'll now be able to mouse over any of the individual items you see there! Then, you can click on any item to view a larger thumbnail and see more details about it.



How cool is that!

You'll also notice that we've streamlined the item list on the right so that you can quickly see where to get what, and which items may no longer be available. (If you are a retailer with a product feed, you can feature your highest quality product photos and your most up-to-date catalog on Polyvore - just send us a link to your feed at: info [at] polyvore [dot] com)

We are so excited about this feature - it brings Polyvore to a whole new and incredibly interactive level. We always knew that creating sets was addictive, and now simply viewing them will be, too. Have fun discovering, and let us know what you think.

7 comments:

Chani said...

I just noticed this function, it's great and it makes Polyvore so much more professional! Well done! I guess that also facilitates some copyright problems.

Claudeia said...

It's so, so, so great! I love this aplication! And I'm glad about all the new functions that I've been discovered :) Great job!!

♥Teresa♥ said...

I love this new feature! Keep up the good work!

technochocolate said...

Hey, idk if this is the place to ask, probably not, but...
a set that I keep updating usually will always move to the first on my set list. I like it this way, because since I'm constantly changing this one set, people can see the differences and keep up on it.
Why does it now put it way far down in my list, to where it was when I first published it?

lulucool said...

claps guys. you are just the best!!! :))))))

Sarah said...

Hi technochocolate - We've updated the set list so that your latest set will only appear after the first time you publish it. Editing a set and re-publishing it will no longer move it to the front of the list. If you have any issues with this or other suggestions, feel free to write us at "feedback [at] polyvore [dot] com"

Anonymous said...

Hey, idk if this is the place to ask, probably not, but...
a set that I keep updating usually will always move to the first on my set list. I like it this way, because since I'm constantly changing this one set, people can see the differences and keep up on it.
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