Posted Under: Federated Search,Marketing Announcements,Product Development
2014 has turned the corner and Deep Web Technologies is moving quickly toward some exciting goals. Our developers are draining the java and pounding the keyboard to produce a new version of Explorit that will allow greater flexibility and more robust features. We’re very excited to see the nimble and feature-rich product of much planning and work right around the corner.
Throughout 2014, we’ll be lifting the veil on new features and functionality, some of which will automatically be included in our updated Explorit. Other features will accompany customers with more specialized solutions. Here’s a sneak peek!
Multilingual Searching: We’ve had great success with Multilingual Searching in WorldWideScience.org, so we thought that we’d take our Multilingual searching to the next level by opening up the languages we can include. Languages are complicated, and we’re taking Explorit to the next level to deal with that complexity. Our multilingual searchers who want to find precise results translated from other languages into their language will find our updates very simple and easy to use.
Mini-Explorit: Many of our customers have asked about getting a smaller “widgetized” version of Explorit for a page in their website. Introducing…Mini-Explorit! Mini-Explorit can sit on a webpage, search and show results quickly without going to the full application. It’s self-contained. With this new feature, we’ve got you covered for those fast homepage searches.
My (Personal) Library: With the My Library feature, users can select results and save them to their My Library. When they log out, their results will be saved, safe and snug, awaiting their return. Of course, at any time, users can email, print, export or just keep saving their results. We’re not picky, and neither is our My Library.
Oh, there are plenty of other slick features coming down the pike. Interested in knowing more about these and other features? Let us know!
Here’s hoping you find a fulfilling 2014!