Joomag April 5th, 2018

Update: 4.7.3- Joomag Is Now Available in Chinese!

Creating a global brand isn’t easy. It took years to build ours, and today we’re proud to announce that our services have expanded into China! Chinese users can now enjoy Joomag’s all-in-one platform in their native tongue. Simply select the language option from the top-right corner of our homepage to get started.

New Features

  • Chinese language option available on website.


  • Fixed: users could not restore the original mobile versions of their publications after downgrading plans.

  • Fixed: errors with the "Time" filter and "previous/next" buttons on the Audit Log page.

  • Fixed: it was impossible to revert a custom mobile version of a publication to its original format after an account was downgraded.

  • Fixed: problem with exiting Full Screen mode in Microsoft Edge.

  • Fixed: the total number of filtered entries in the Bounced Mails section of the Awesome CRM™ was incorrect.

  • Fixed: users could not add links to the custom mobile versions of their publications in email templates.

  • Fixed: users could not upload their own PDF versions for downloading.

  • Fixed: it was impossible to cancel stuck contacts during the uploading process.

  • Fixed: exception when importing excel files.

  • Fixed: links placed on a text were not highlighted after saving changes on a page.

  • Fixed: links placed on a text remained active after the text was deleted.

  • Fixed: the system template reset button did not work on Firefox.

  • Fixed: users could not copy/paste elements in the Crater™ Editor on the latest version of Google Chrome.

  • Fixed: images placed in portrait orientation were very large.

  • HTML5 fix: videos were unresponsive on mobile devices.

  • HTML5 fix: plugin pop-ups were not displaying content correctly.

  • HTML5 fix: background sounds would stop when playing an embedded YouTube or Vimeo video.

  • HTML5 fix: names of magazine issues were shown in subscription pop-ups.

  • HTML5 fix: On Mac devices, the left/right navigation arrows would remain visible on a page after zooming in on it. Users were also unable to move the page.

  • HTML5 fix: error when playing Youtube videos on mobile viewer.

  • HTML5 fix: rendering issue after selecting a page from a long-form publication.