Below is a features list that the Nollr team will keep updated as we work tirelessly to improve Nollr for users. Features are listed in reverse chronological order to help show you the newest features first.
V 2.2 (April 2013)
Added Google Web Search Widget
Search Google from the comfort of your Nollr page.
V 2.1 (February 2013)
For users outside of the United States, temperature will be shown in degrees Celsius.
MAJOR VERSION V 2.0 (February 2013)
Explore is an entirely new section of Nollr where users can browse and search for public frames and public users across the entire Nollr system. It adds a whole new exploratory world to finding and adding relevant content to your Nollr start page.
Add Frame Helper
Adding frames has never been easier. When you hit the plus “+” icon in the top right of your dashboard, you’ll be greeted by a super-helpful widget, the Add Frame Helper. The Add Frame Helper will allow you to select frames from a Quick Pick list, hop over to the Explore section, or go completely custom with a frame based on your own supplied URL. Feel free to check out the Add Frame Helper Screencast to learn more.
After deciding to create a custom frame from the Add Frame Helper, you’ll be greeted with a single input to type or paste your custom URL into. After hitting “Suggest”, Nollr will automagically find you relevant visual content to use within the frame.
Simpler Frame URL Settings
In Nollr v1.0, frames were created by the management of multiple different-sized views, and different URLs that corresponded to each view. We think you’ll love the new, simpler, and more refined frame views. Each frame is now defined by only three main settings: the size of the frame (16:9 or 3:4), the Link URL (where does this frame take me if I click on it or the launch arrow), and the Content URL (what type of content is showing in the frame).
New Frame Settings
Thanks to the simplification of the frames settings, we made room for new customizable options. In the “More” menu on the back panel of any frame, you can change the background color (takes effect if the image in the frame is transparent), and add notes to any frame.
Paste in an RSS feed URL into a Nollr custom frame, and you’ll be greeted by the Nollr RSS view of the feed of your choice.