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Ashore Now Supports Multiple Languages

Georgetown, TX—May 09, 2022—Ashore App is proud to announce a key update, the ability to support custom review screen labels in multiple languages. Now, approvers will be able to review and submit decisions on proofs in their native language.  On the review screen, Ashore will use the meta-data in your reviewer’s browser to automatically display…

Ashore App Announces the Release of Live Web Proofing

With this new feature, approvers will be able to review and comment on live websites at various screen sizes. This new capability streamlines website development and review by enabling approvers to comment on live webpages, taking the guesswork out of feedback…

Ashore Announces New Integration With Loom

September 27, 2021 | Georgetown, TX — Ashore is excited to announce an integration with video messaging tool, Loom. With this new integration, Ashore users and their approvers will be able to present ideas and collaborate better together with the power of video, all at no extra cost.  Loom is a unique video messaging app…

Ashore App Introduces New Version Comparison Feature

September 15, 2021 | Georgetown, TX — Ashore App is thrilled to announce the release of our latest feature, Version Comparison. With this feature, Ashore users and approvers now have the ability to compare any two versions of a proof side by side, regardless of file type or formatting differences.  Version Comparison is a simple…

Case Study: Ashore Helps Captain Notepad Chart a Faster Course

The mission of Ashore has always been to help our users get approval on their projects faster. We do this by helping creatives ask for better feedback, by making it as easy as possible for customers to review and give approval, and by keeping everyone up to date with the proofing process. Essentially, Ashore facilitates…

We’re Tired Of Zoom Making Us Tired

At the start of COVID-19, Zoom became our window to the outside world. Video calls felt like the one way we could communicate with coworkers and friends, but a year later we’ve come to loathe the dreaded Zoom call – and for valid reasons. Stanford researchers have found what we’ve all been arguing the past…

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