Tiny has been recognized by EContent, for the sixth time, as one of the companies that “matter most in the digital content industry”. This doesn’t happen without our customers. This is your win too!
If you missed our TinyMCE webinar this week, you missed a good one – we reviewed important product updates from Q2 for the core editor, premium features and plugins, and Tiny Drive. We also talked about Tiny Product Week, Tiny Labs, and introduced a new third-party tech partner and the plugins this company has built…
You did it again. For the second time this year, TinyMCE is recognized by G2 Crowd as the #1 WYSIWYG editor in their Summer Grid® Report.
Overview On June 3, 2019, our pricing for Tiny Cloud subscriptions changes from ‘active users’ to ‘editor loads’. Any new Tiny Cloud premium subscriptions started on or after June 3 will use this new metric, as well as renewals which occur after June 2, 2019. Please note this change refers only to paid Cloud subscriptions….
The Tiny team is proud to announce that TinyMCE is recognized as #1 in WYSIWYG editing in G2 Crowd’s Spring Grid Report, with the highest rating and for ease of use.
Earlier this week we announced the next evolution of our rich text editing product line, TinyMCE 5. TinyMCE 5 is the replacement product for users of previous releases of EditLive! and TinyMCE. Read on to learn about your migration and support options.
Earlier this week we announced the next evolution of our rich text editing product line, TinyMCE 5. TinyMCE 5 is the replacement product for users of previous releases of Textbox.io and TinyMCE. Read on to learn about your migration and support options.
Tiny is proud to announce that Mike Hideo, Senior Director Software Engineering, was recently elected to Open Source Industry Australia’s board of directors. OSIA is the industry body representing Australia’s free & open source software (FOSS) companies.
The best thing about Tiny is its community. We help millions of developers around the world build amazing products for content creation. Some users have found enormous success after launching or integrating Tiny into their early versions – companies like Atlassian, Medium, Evernote, Zendesk, Drift, and WordPress. Almost daily, we have discussions with startups like…