We’ve been building and shipping faster than ever before - so fast that it’s easy to miss some of the new improvements that could speed up your subtitling workflow, or make Amara the perfect tool for your organization. As Amara’s product manager, I spend a lot of time looking at what we’re about to release … Continue reading Introducing the Amara Changelog
Highlights from our Latest Release Undo and Redo Last week, we released the long-awaited undo and redo actions in the editor with the keyboard shortcut ctrl+Z (on a PC) or cmd+Z (on a Mac)! Now you can step back a few steps and undo any messes. Split a sub by mistake? Go back. Made a … Continue reading Release Highlights: undo, redo, and updated styles
In the course of a routine security audit we have decided to disable changing account passwords using the API in the near future. Please let us know by Wednesday, June 6th if you currently require this capability in your workflow! If you need some lead time to adjust your code or workflow, we can wait … Continue reading Upcoming API change
We have some major improvements to the Amara editor planned for 2018. We’ve already gotten off to a running start with the addition of shift subtitles, split subtitles, and subtitle positioning, and there are many more to come! As we look forward, we have decided to remove our Legacy Editor from the site. Before we … Continue reading Last chance to tell us what you liked about the Legacy Editor!
This month we added the Stoney (Nakoda) language to Amara. Most of the languages in its subgroup, the Dakota subgroup of Siouan languages, are spoken further south, in the Mississippi Valley and Great Plains of Ohio, USA. The Stoneys are the only Siouan people that live entirely in Canada. Want tips on language preservation? We … Continue reading Stoney (Nakoda) language has been added
Hey Amara users, Please excuse our use of the Amara blog for a Participatory Culture Foundation post (that’s the non-profit that makes Amara!). We have some news about Miro Guide (www.miroguide.com), which is our channel listing website for Miro (www.getmiro.com). Miro and Miro Guide are a great project that we unfortunately have not been able … Continue reading miroguide.com is now a static website
Many teams have important information they want to share with their linguists, like who to contact with questions, or links to other helpful resources that team members have made or gathered. Now we have a simple and easy-to-find page for linguists to reference those resources! If your team’s administrator has entered some text for the … Continue reading Team Resources page for collaboration teams