Simone posted on the blog that there is a new slideshow feature.
I went to look at one of my hubs that had a slideshow on it. It looks like the one pictured on the blog. Each image is on a separate page, not an overlay, and each page gets its own ad. At the end of the slideshow, and on the side of the page, is a link to go back to the hub. It does look cleaner without the old hub in the background, and maybe a possibility of increased revenue with the additional ads, although it does make loading a tad bit slower.
There is also the related links section which are for related slideshows. Once someone clicks on a related slideshow, they are done with your page unless they hit the back button.
The new slideshow has not yet been rolled out. It might be rolled out as soon as tomorrow, or early next week.
by ptosis5 years ago
Sometimes people don't want to see the whole slide show.
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by lucabrasi5 years ago
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by John Hansen2 years ago
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by Kannan Reddy5 years ago
How about a brand new slideshow capsule or adding this feature with the existing photo capsule.Your views?
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