Linklay just got a whole lot better!
Now making shoppable images is even easier and better – our new features are explained below.
You can now give VAs and team members their own individual login to access your Linklay account. Team members have access to every gallery in your account.
If you’re creating shoppable images for your clients, you can now grant your clients access to their own gallery. Unlike team member access, Clients will only be able to access the galleries you give them permission to. Clients will be able to create and edit images under your account for the gallery they have access to.
Our pricing is now more affordable and suits the needs of businesses/blogs just started out, to the more seasoned with heavy traffic flow. We’ve changed our trial period to a free plan so time is no longer a limitation for those testing out shoppable images on your website. See pricing plans here.
Every shoppable image faces the fine balancing act between hotspots being noticeable, but not too brash. We now have the option to add a subtle animation to draw attention to hotspots.
Invite a friend to Linklay and gift them 10K extra views – and earn 10K views for yourself as well! More info and terms here.
Change your uploaded image
If you’ve already created all your hotspots, but notice something in the image that needs a little edit, you no longer need to create an image from scratch. Simply replace the image while keeping all the hotspots and info in place.
Notice your image needs a little nip while adding your shoppable hotspots? No problem! Just crop on the fly with our new cropping option.
If you want to see your image with its shoppable hotspots in action, simply save and click the new See Preview button. This will open a new tab with your shoppable image for you to have your final inspection before inserting it on your website.
Upload larger images
We’ve removed the image size restriction so you can upload those huge banner images you’ve been longing to make shoppable.
We created shortcode plugins for WordPress, Magento, Drupal and Joomla. This means, no matter how finickity your website site, your shoppable image code can’t be automatically edited by your website settings (an issue a handful of users faced). Simply save your image, and choose the platform to generate your shortcode. More info here.