We are thrilled to announce a new feature Category Coloring that allows publishers to color code or categorize their content based on different topics, themes, or sections. This helps to organize and visually distinguish content which makes it easier for readers to quickly identify and navigate to the content that interests them.
To get started, go to the category section in the dashboard
You can set the preferred color for a category using Category Text color as shown below. Once set, click Save. It will start reflecting in website in category labels across respective pages
Website: Category page
Website: Article page
How does this feature help Digital Publishers?
Improved Content Organization: Category coloring allows publishers to categorize their content based on topics, themes, or sections. This makes it easier to manage and sort content, ensuring that it's well-organized and readily accessible.
Enhanced User Experience: By using color-coding, publishers make it easier for readers to quickly identify and navigate to the content that interests them. This can lead to longer engagement with the website and increased user satisfaction.
Increased Engagement: Users are more likely to engage with content that is easy to find and navigate. Category coloring can draw users' attention to specific sections, encouraging them to explore more articles or posts in those categories.
Content Highlighting: Publishers can use category coloring to highlight featured or important content. For example, breaking news or special reports categories can be easily distinguished from regular content by using distinctive colors.
Branding and Recognition: Consistent use of category colors can reinforce a publisher's branding. Over time, users may come to associate specific colors with certain topics or sections on the website, increasing brand recognition.
Accessibility Considerations: When implemented with accessibility in mind, category coloring can benefit a broader audience. Publishers can provide alternative methods for conveying category information to accommodate users with visual impairments.
In summary, category coloring benefits publishers by enhancing content organization, user experience, engagement, and branding. It's a valuable tool for content management and presentation, contributing to the overall success of a publisher's website or platform.