New Features: Multi-Select Overlays, Embed Privacy (December 2022)

Multi-Select and Resize Overlays + Alignment Tools

We’ve seriously upgraded ease-of-use in our overlay editor. You can now select multiple overlays to move and resize them, simply by dragging your mouse over the overlays you’d like to select.


Now you can move and resize multiple overlays at the same time.

We also added alignment tools to help you evenly distribute your overlays with the click of a button.

Stay tuned for even more exciting updates to our overlay editor coming soon!

Embed Privacy Settings

We heard your feedback about wanting more control over who access your adventrs. With the new Embed Privacy setting in the Options tab, you’ll be able to choose between three visibility options:

  • Anywhere (default): Anyone can copy and use the embed code

  • Nowhere: The adventr can only be viewed on 

  • Specific domains: The adventr can only be viewed on a specific domain (or domains) that you specify by entering the URL(s). 

This feature is available for users on the Business plan.



Resources for Boosting Engagement via Early Interactivity

We’ve learned that having interactions earlier in adventrs boosts viewer engagement significantly. It sets the precedent within moments of having a viewer’s attention that their role as a viewer is more involved than with a typical linear video.

We’ve provided a few examples as inspiration that you can easily implement in your adventrs. In the future, we’ll help you set them up directly within your project as well. For now, we’ll nudge you if you’re about to publish a project without interactivity within the first 10 seconds.


New Terms and Privacy Policies

We’ve updated our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies. You’ll need to agree to them again upon the next time you log in to proceed to Adventr. 

Let us know here in the Adventr Community Forum how else we can improve onboarding and learning Adventr. We hear your suggestions loud and clear and are constantly improving the platform, thanks to your feedback.


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They should also think about the possibility of blocking the possibility of the right button function, for the code of the page. You should think about it. Because anyone can see and know where the code comes from. There is little point in hiding the code or putting your own website if in the rightclick function you see  frame source the address of the adventr player.

Hi Jean, No need to worry. Even if you copy the source address of the player, it won't work unless it is embedded on the correct domain. 

-- Peter from Adventr

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