New Year, New Site

We welcome in 2018 with a new website – providing more information on the features of the Canvasflow platform.

Liam Handford

Liam Handford

January 17th, 2018 | Reading Time: 2 mins

We hope you had a great break over the New Year, and have dived back into the world of digital publishing. 2018 is set to be an exciting year and we’re excited to see your publications grow and evolve!

To start off the new year, let us introduce our new website, as we think it’s about time we’re clearer about what our integrations with each publishing platform really means for our customers. So, we’ve included a page for each detailing exactly how Canvasflow supports each specific platform:

Twixl Publisher

Pugpig Publish

Adobe AEM

Sprylab PurpleDS

Our ‘Publish‘ page shares some details about our social publishing which include Facebook, Apple News, Medium, and WordPress – with more information being released very soon.

We also put together a short video to help explain the value of Canvasflow for Publishers:


With every platform we integrate with, we do our best to provide a full two-way integration so that users can make the most of both what Canvasflow has to offer with its responsive article builder, content management and one-click multi-channel publishing, as well as all the features developed by the publishing platform you’re connected to. A great example is support for Twixl content items and ability to choose cell styles for Canvasflow content that’s connected to a Twixl app. The aim is to allow you to work almost exclusively on Canvasflow, to make your workflow easier, more efficient and less complicated.

We hope you now have even more confidence in recommending Canvasflow, with a much higher quality knowledge base of how we can support and change digital publishing workflows for the better.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions, or submit a feature request!

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