Eagan, Minn. (Mar. 28, 2009) —
CaringBridge today launched several significant user.requested service enhancements aimed at making personal CaringBridge Web sites easier to use, visually streamlined and more customizable. The new features will improve the overall site experience for patients and their loved ones.
To continue to fulfill its mission of bringing together a global community of care, CaringBridge now provides its Web service in English or Spanish. Authors and visitors can select their preference on the top right-hand corner of the screen on CaringBridge.org.
Authors can now upload up to 51 photos and post them in journal entries. An added drag and drop feature helps authors organize photos and the file size allowed per photo has increased.
To make CaringBridge even more user-friendly, authors will experience a simplified Web site creation process and improved inline messaging and tool tips throughout the site. Privacy setting descriptions are more clearly defined to help authors make sites as open or private as they want.
Streamlined page designs, improved style templates, and new 1024 by 768 page resolution, come together to create an updated look and feel for CaringBridge.
CaringBridge authors and visitors will notice many new features that make creating, viewing and updating sites effortless. The new My CaringBridge tab provides one-stop access to sites created or visited, and important messages from CaringBridge. Using the My Information tab allows registered users to view and update their profile information. With the Author Services tab, authors can generate registered user reports, which they may now save to their computer for future reference.
CaringBridge has added a number of new features to enhance the site editing process.
Authors now enjoy:
CaringBridge is a nonprofit offering many ways for people to care for each other during any type of health event. Its mission is to amplify the love, hope and compassion in the world, making each health journey easier. For more information, visit www.CaringBridge.org.