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More usability and better performance

1 min read  •  July 23, 2014

While we have made a lot of refinements to the basic framework of the platform in recent times, today’s update includes some visible changes. The throughout constructive feedback has helped us to identify minor inconsistencies and to make suitable changes. A big thank you to everyone who took 5 minutes to tell our support team about his experiences with Stackfield!

The following things have been changed:

  • The “Personal” folder no longer exists. Previously personal Stacks could not be sorted into other folders than the “Personal”-folder. This update makes that possible. Now any Stack, be it a personal or shared one, can be moved to any folder. Also, the “Closed” folder has been removed. The sorting of Stacks, for “Personal” and “Closed” ones, takes now place through a filter in the Stack-search box. Your favorite Stack can still be attached permanently to the top of the Stack-list using the same Drop-Down menu as for filtering the Stacks. In addition, the folders can be used better by this change. The number of folders is limited to three in the basic-version of Stackfield, of which two were previously automatically created and forgiven – there is now more freedom.
  • Search live for files and upload new files via Drag&Drop.
  • The “Hide”-button for folding the Stack-list is now at the bottom of precisely this.
  • The Stackfield Blog can now be accessed via RSS-services, such as Feedly. So you can sit back and wait until our next article emerges in the news stream without the need to visit our blog. (German:, English:
  • A few more comments on the invisible changes: We have been able to improve the performance of Stackfield significantly in the last days and weeks. We are now storing some data of the Stacks in the cache of the browser. Therefore the data must not be downloaded again when you enter a Stack, but can be simply retrieved from the buffer. This improves the access time to Stacks that have already been opened during a session.

We are looking forward to receiving your feedback!

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Christopher Diesing
About the Author:
Christopher Diesing is the COO of Stackfield. He loves all kinds of marketing, product design as well as photography.
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