Inline search and filters make finding posts easy. From the Home page, filter posts by project, tag, or author. From a project, quickly filter by author or tag. And from a profile, quickly filter a person's posts by project or tag.
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The grid is back!
The grid layout provides a 10,000-foot view of your team's work-in-progress. Posts are grouped by day, and each grid card provides a peek at the post's title, attachments, and comments, making it easy to find a post or decide what work needs a deeper look.
To change your layout preferences, click the "settings" icon on the Home view titlebar, then choose a layout preference in the expanded drawer.
Organizations can add unlimited viewers to follow progress across projects and join conversations on posts. Viewers can comment on and react to posts but can't create new posts, projects, tags, or digests.
All plans, including our free Starter plan, support unlimited viewers in your organization, making it easier to use Campsite as your team's source of truth for cross-functional decision-making and feedback.
Beginning Tuesday, July 25, our pricing structure will change so that organizations on the Pro plan will be billed for all seats with the Admin or Member role. You can manage your team's roles by visiting the People tab of the organization settings page.
Custom favorites give you quick sidebar access to the projects, people, tags, and posts most important to your work.
To add something to your favorites, look for the star icon on a project, profile, tag, or post page. Favorites can be reordered with drag-and-drop or removed with a click.
Add task lists to posts and comments by starting a new line with open and closed square brackets (). Task lists make it easy to add context about the state of a design, follow-up next steps, or action items from a critique.
Anyone can check tasks on a post or comment so that posts can be used as a shared task list.
In May, we shipped unbiased feedback as a tool to help designers get higher-quality feedback on their posts — this feature required viewers to leave their own comments before reading other people's feedback.
However, in the past two months, we've heard from many of you that while this behavior was useful, it was only necessary in certain contexts. Most of the time, people are looking for feedback without needing to reduce bias or blur existing comments.
Based on this feedback, we've split the act of requesting feedback and reducing bias in the comments into two separate toggles. This change gives post authors more control to reduce bias on certain posts where it makes sense.
To account for new team members viewing old posts, we proactively remove the blurred comments behavior after one week.
The feedback hub is a simple way to track who is blocked across your team. It highlights posts that need your feedback, alongside other posts from your team looking for anyone's feedback.
You can dismiss feedback requests if your input isn't needed, and any post older than a week will automatically be removed so that you only see high-signal posts relevant to the work happening today.
Projects can now be marked as "default" by organization admins. New team members will automatically follow every default project, ensuring people see important team-level posts or announcements.
We recommend setting up a few default projects for your organization to keep posts organized:
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Today we are proud to announce our SOC 2 Type II certification. This comes after an audit of how we work and manage customer data.
We believe strongly in protecting your team’s data; our new SOC 2 Type II Certification is proof that we use industry best practices to keep your work private and secure.
As a Campsite customer, you can request a copy of our report anytime by emailing us at email@example.com.
A SOC (System and Organization Controls) certification is a report issued by an independent auditing firm, demonstrating that an organization has effective controls for the security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of customer data. SOC certifications are standard in SaaS to assure customers that appropriate safeguards are in place.
Several types of SOC certifications are designed to address specific needs and requirements. The most common types are:
There’s also SOC 3 (SOC 2 but for public distribution) and SOC for Cybersecurity.
SOC 2 certifications come in 2 types: Type I and Type II:
As of today, Campsite is SOC 2 Type II certified.
The most significant benefit is that we now have a certificate showing a trusted auditor validated that we follow industry best practices. The certificate saves everyone time when customers evaluate if Campsite should be entrusted with their data. Now we simply refer to the SOC 2 Type II certification as proof.
We could have just met the bare minimum to get the certificate. But at Campsite, we went the extra mile to ensure you can secure your data even further with two-factor authentication and SSO. We will continue investing in privacy & security so that you never have to worry about the integrity of your data on Campsite.