A really interesting move from Flipboard today, announcing the launch of magazines that can only be viewed by the collaborators assigned to a particular group. 40 more words
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Flipboard, an online and mobile service that allows readers to explore content from around the web in a beautiful magazine-style layout as well as create topical, mobile magazines of their own, is today expanding its curation abilities with the debut of “Private Group Magazines.” As the name implies, these new magazines will only be visible to those members of a private group – meaning only those invited to collaborate on the magazine will be able to view the magazine or contribute content. 465 more words
For some context about how far the content consumption platform Flipboard has come in its now five-year history, start with a number: 15 million.
That’s how many “magazines” – collections of content ranging from news stories to sound files to YouTube clips – Flipboard users have created within the service since Flipboard’s launch in 2010, according to Marci McCue, Flipboard head of marketing wife of CEO and co-founder Mike McCue. 801 more words