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Feature Update Announcement: Web Story Enhanced

By Vigneshwari
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Enriched - Web Story

We are thrilled to announce a significant update to the Web story that we believe will greatly enhance your experience and offer even more value to your website and readers. Included with more enhanced UI & powerful addition to customization of slides, templates, control over CTA links, and much more. 

Key Highlights of the Enhancement:

Web story & slides customization is a single window



Provision to upload media, re-arrange slides by drag & drop at the bottom, delete slides, total slides count

Provision to Upload Images
Re-arrange slides by drag & drop


Pre-defined templates 

Choose the best format that meets your requirement


Slide-wise settings 

Fields for Title & Description as optional fields, CTA link & texts   

Slide Settings


Now, to get started, go to Create/Edit in the dashboard.

Step 1: Choose Web Story as shown below


Step 2: Click "Create web story" 

Step 3: Upload the images 



Step 4: Choose the template that works for you


Step 5: Fill in the details for slide-wise settings, title, description, CTA text (Text of the CTA button), CTA link (hyperlink of the CTA button) 

Note: "Show same CTA on all slides", if enabled, the CTA link and text mentioned in the first slide will be auto-filled for the rest of the slides. This is just to ease the user experience   


Once done, click save


View in Editor

View: Editor


View in Website | Desktop

Website: Desktop

View in Website | Mobile

Website: Mobile

Web stories have become an increasingly popular format for digital publishers, offering several benefits that can enhance user engagement and content visibility. These short, visually-rich, and interactive narratives are designed to capture the audience's attention and deliver information in an easily consumable manner. 

How does this feature help Digital Publishers?

Enhanced User Engagement: Web stories are visually captivating and offer an immersive experience with images. This leads to higher user engagement, encouraging visitors to spend more time on your website.

Interactive Elements: Web stories can incorporate interactive elements like clickable buttons, and swipeable carousels allowing users to engage with the content in a more dynamic way

Short and Snappy: Web stories are typically concise and to the point. They aim to deliver information or a narrative in a brief and focused manner, making them ideal for capturing attention in today's fast-paced digital environment

Discoverability: Web stories can be shared and discovered across various platforms, including Google Search, social media, and websites. They can appear in Google's "Discover" feed, search results carousel, and other prominent spaces, increasing their visibility

Storytelling: The format lends itself well to storytelling, enabling creators to structure their content in a narrative sequence. This can be particularly effective for conveying step-by-step tutorials, news updates, travel guides, and more.

SEO Benefits: Web stories can contribute to improved search engine optimization (SEO) by appearing in relevant search results and Google's "Discover" feed. They can attract organic traffic and provide a new avenue for content discovery.

Monetization Opportunities: Publishers can leverage web stories for monetization through sponsored content, affiliate marketing, or advertising, potentially generating additional revenue streams.

Social Media Integration: Web stories can be shared on social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat, expanding your content's reach beyond your website.

Overall, Web stories provide an opportunity for publishers, brands, and content creators to engage their audience in a fresh and visually captivating way. Incorporating web stories into your publishing strategy can lead to increased engagement, visibility, and user satisfaction, ultimately contributing to your website's growth and success.

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