Knowledge engagement software company Bloomfire announced today that they have released a new no-code Homepage Builder feature in their platform. This feature allows businesses to customize the knowledge and content their users see on their Bloomfire homepage, ensuring users can quickly find the timely, relevant information they need to work efficiently.

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The Homepage Builder introduces drag-and-drop building blocks to Bloomfire, making it easy for customers to add, remove, and rearrange different types of content, such as topic-specific feeds, time-sensitive company updates, and banners with quick links to frequently-used pages or sites. This gives companies greater flexibility in how they package and deliver knowledge to their employees or customers–and allows them to curate and spotlight specific contributions or categories in minutes.

“The homepage is the entryway to our customers’ knowledge communities. It’s the first thing users see when they log into Bloomfire, and being able to customize the user experience on this page is a powerful way to capture users’ attention, encourage them to engage with their company’s collective knowledge, and arm them with the information they need to do their best work,” says Julie Sohn, Vice President of Product at Bloomfire. “We’re thrilled to give our customers a new, dynamic way to package and deliver knowledge to best meet their organization’s needs.”

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Bloomfire customers who previewed the Homepage Builder are already thinking about ways they can strategically use it to improve knowledge delivery. “The Homepage Builder is easy to use and allows us to personalize and customize the content seen by our various audiences,” says Michelle Craig, Business Information Consultant at Anthem.

The Homepage Builder allows users to add up to ten widgets to their organization’s Bloomfire homepage. Widgets can include HTML blocks, content feeds (based on criteria such as contributor, category, or keyword), or specific curated contributions. Users can add and remove widgets, rearrange their order, and choose to display them as full- or half-width using a drag-and-drop editor.

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