A brief announcement: we just launched Drops by Norby on Product Hunt! Click here to show your support and feel free to share with your team, friends, and fam. We greatly appreciate the support! 🙏.
This week, we’ve been focused on refinements and enhancements to some core Norby functionality – and we’ve added a few long-requested features. Let’s dive in!
Many of you have asked for the ability to include checkboxes, dropdowns, and other form elements in your custom fields, and as of last week you can!
In the Registration tab for any event or drop you can now add custom fields with different types. We currently support text areas, checkboxes (multiple selection) and select dropdowns(single selection). If there are other form elements you’d like to see, just reply to this email and let us know.
We’ve added support for inline images and image resizing to all of the rich text editors in Norby! That means you can now add inline images to your:
Try adding a GIF to your next email campaign or panelist and moderator profiles to the signup page for your next event!
We’ve made a bunch of small usability improvements throughout Norby over the last two weeks that should make it easier to navigate – and in particular, to handle large amounts of content and data:
Lani Halliday from Brutus Bakeshop is cooking up her signature Miso Chocolate Chip cookies along with surprise monthly drops. They tend to go pretty quickly so sign up for updates and don't miss out on the next batch 😉
Naseema McElroy aka the Debt Slaya is helping nursing professionals create the financial freedom they dream of with a strategic framework and support system that gets results. Sign upfor texts for her weekly Clubhouse discussions and check out her podcast Nurse on Fire.
Join Home from College Office Hours in partnership with Remember Their Voices for their event The First Generation Experience and Making an Impact on Campus on Friday 2/26. An important conversation on what it means to navigate identities and lifestyles in a predominant campus culture, and have a conversation about how to create lasting change.
‘Til next time,
Sam, Nick, and Steve