You’ve got plans (plural) and co-workers (plural). OpenPlans now helps you with both: create multiple plans and collaborate on them with others in your team!
You’ll see your new profile page right after signing in. Please let us know how these new features are working for you. We know this has been a common request from OpenPlans users, so we are excited for you to start using it.
I have two long-held beliefs: that cities are the key to solving some of society’s most difficult challenges, and that one’s vocation is often the most effective mechanism by which a person can build for a better world. I have been most fortunate to integrate these beliefs through my work with many forward-thinking, outward-looking organizations Read more…
Save a thousand words (or more)… OpenPlans now supports images in your plans
Since launching our refreshed editor interface for OpenPlans pages, we’re turning to some major improvements for larger organizations. If you’re using OpenPlans with others or in a city, these changes are for you. Stay tuned.
We’ve just launched some changes to streamline the creation and editing of projects.
You’ll see the changes as soon as you log in to your OpenPlans.org account. We hope you’ll find the new layout easier to navigate.
We’ve added some much-requested features: you can now preview your page at any time. You can also add multiple text sections. Your embedded Shareabouts map can be at the top of the page, above or below your timeline – it’s your call.
The conference season is starting up again after the summer hiatus, and Team OpenPlans will be hitting the road throughout September. Come see us at one of the following gatherings –
We’re looking for an experienced operations manager. Are you someone who cares about tech for community engagement, and the great work of our siblings at Streetsblog and Street Films? Check out the job here.