This week we launched Draft Mode, a feature designed to make the collection creation process much more efficient and user-friendly. With Draft Mode, you can start working on creating your collection, save progress, and return to editing at a later time.
While creating a collection, simply click the “Save Draft” button before leaving the page to pick up where you left off and continue working on your collection whenever you want. Previously saved drafts can be accessed under the “Drafts” tab on the Collections tab.
Here’s what else we shipped this week:
- Various improvements to our Portfolios tool, including a toggle between draft and public mode
- Significant speed improvements to our Collectors tab, especially with large imported collections (look for more here in the coming weeks)
- Fixed bugs related to some third-party collections not displaying properly in portfolios
- Fixed a bug where creator royalties were displayed as a percentage of the amount set during deployment
- Corrected an issue where token management pages were not displaying contract addresses
- Improved rendering of video and audio metadata
- 20+ other optimizations, design updates, and functional refinements
Yesterday, we teased the start of Exhibit with a 72-hour Open Edition called Tools by Highlight. Minting this collection grants holders early access to Exhibit by Highlight, a dynamic collection of 10,000 NFTs that explores the intersection of art, technology, and culture.
Exhibit also showcases how creators can use Highlight's rich toolkit to create their own full-featured NFT projects. Along with our own tooling, we used Figma for flushing out designs, Framer for website development, and our toolkit functions for deploying and showcasing our project.
Follow us on Twitter for more info as the project unfolds.