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A year in the planning. Months in the making. Weeks in the testing. And days in the procrastinating *just in case* it isnít perfect. Novlr 3.0 is now here.
Novlr is growing up fast. Last year we spent a lot of time fleshing out what the Novlr brand needs to be for the next few years. We rolled it out across our website and socials to check it felt right. It does. With this brand upgrade to Novlr itself, you can see why it matters: Novlr's interface is better designed, it's cleaner, easier to use, and therefore it's a more effective writing platform.
Watch the video intro to 3.0
Thomas talks through what's new in 3.0
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It's a full redesign. We took hundreds of bits of micro feedback to improve all areas of the app, including paving the way for all the features still to come.
Here's a blog post highlighting the major changes in Novlr 3.0.
If you don't have 3.0 yet
Novlr uses caching to decrease load time and increase the app's performance, this means it can take some time for you to get the latest upgrade. Your browser also uses caching. If you want to force yourself onto 3.0, and a hard refresh hasn't got it for you, you should log out and clear your browser cache* before logging back in again.
*Do not clear cache if you are offline and have un-synced offline work.
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As always, anything you want to chat to us about, we're all ears.
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