New on Behance: @Reply Messaging, Notifications, Apps & More

Behance Community -

We wanted to share a few exciting updates with you:

  • New Activity & Notifications: We want Behance to be simpler, faster, and more focused on the work. The newly designed Activity Feed will keep you connected to the latest work and appreciations by those you follow. We’re also surfacing work-in-progress (WIP) in the Activity Feed to help you get feedback when you want it.
  • @Reply Messaging: Just this week, we launched support for conversations within project and WIP comments. Mention any other member by name and they will receive a notification for the reference.
  • Behance Worldwide Portfolio Reviews: During the week of November 4-11, thousands of Behance members will come together for Portfolio Reviews in over 200 cities and towns around the world — organized by members and for members. Attend a Portfolio Review to present and get feedback on your work, hear from experienced professionals, and meet your local creative community.
  • Creative Cloud Integration: We continue to integrate community features in Adobe’s Creative Cloud, including the new desktop application that incorporates your Behance feed and the ability to post to Behance directly from Photoshop. Haven’t upgraded yet to the latest? Check it out.

 2 Million Members have published over 5 Million projects. The community continues to grow at an incredible pace. We also now have ~20 schools and organizations connected to Behance, including Pantone, RISD, SCAD, Pratt, and more.

We have more surprises for you, and we’re working hard to help you showcase your work more beautifully and easily – and get more exposure and opportunity.

Our team is constantly humbled (and motivated) by the quality of your work in Behance. We hope you will continue sharing your feedback and stories with us.

Here’s to a creative rest of 2013!

 

Behance Team

17 comments

  1. — October 17, 2013 4:21 pm

    The @Reply Messaging is a very useful feature. I waited a long time for this :)

  2. — October 17, 2013 6:31 pm

    Love most of these changes. But why have the very useful filter options for the Activity stream been taken away (or perhaps just hidden?)? I’m referring to the tick boxes that enabled one to see only work posted by connections vs. all appreciations. It’s much easier to keep up with the work of friends if we can screen out other categories of activity.

  3. D.A.P Dan
    — October 17, 2013 7:43 pm

    Bonjour à tous;Je suis content que vous suivais le travail de tous les créatifs au sein du Créative Cloud Adobe et plus.Moi pour le moment je ne présente pas mon travail cause que je suis débutant de plus je suis handicapée et je suis suivi par un service de tutelle et je me consacre pour les cinq Année a venir qu’a
    ma formation ;Aussi je tenais a précisé qu’une parti de mon travail que je fait a dans les métadonnée des Droits pour moi légitime appartement aussi à Adobe
    juste pour vous remerciée de l’aide que vous ma portée au quotidiens
    En vous souhaitent toutes la réussite que vous mérité a vous Behance et Adobe .
    PS en se moment je travail peu cause des problèmes de sécurité et que Adobe remette mon dossier a jour parce que moi je ni comprend pas grand chose.

    Je vous souhaite une bonne continuation a tous .

    Dan

  4. Rizwaan Bhagani
    — October 17, 2013 9:06 pm

    :)

  5. ken
    — October 17, 2013 9:37 pm

    and still no drop down menus

  6. maicol
    — October 17, 2013 9:54 pm

    Hello, before the new design one could see in the list of projects only activity I gave I like, but with the new version can not find it.

    Can you help me where I find this option.

    thanks

  7. — October 17, 2013 11:31 pm

    I’m still pretty new to Behance and have been concentrating on building my portfolio page so far.

    What I’d love is to be able to log in and not see anything but my portfolio at first. Then when I’m ready, I’d like to be able to review work from people I’m following.

    Maybe I can and I just don’t know how to set my preferences. Right now, I’m following only 4 people (or so) and yet this one person’s work constantly fills my screen when I log onto my site. He can’t possibly have so much new work each day. I wish there were a list somewhere on the log-in page so I can click and view the people I follow, one person at a time. And I’d like those people to be listed under the category that represents them.

    I’m a big fan of Pinterest and have been on their site for several years now. It has a similar problem. If I follow lots of individuals I need to keep a list of their names and the board(s) I’m following on my desktop because their boards get dumped into a big pool called “following.” I’m concerned that the same thing happens with Behance and I won’t feel in control of the viewing experience.

    Did any of that make sense?

  8. Lisa Z.
    — October 17, 2013 11:43 pm

    I’ve been on Behance for awhile and honestly, I’m looking to move due to the limited modes of presentation. While options for digital presentation are progressively becoming becoming more attractive and animated, i.e. FLIPBOOKS – Behance is still FLAT, boring, “scroll down the page to view,” etc. As an instructional designer that creates books, this sucks!

    I also keep checking back in to see if you’ve updated your options for lay-out, etc. And each time I check it’s the SAME as before. I mean, 18 months ago the page design features were limited and sucky. Today – almost 2 years later – they’re REALLY sucky!

    I’m on the move in choosing another way to present my new work. Nice idea here originally but… what’s been new in years?

    Thanks.
    Lisa

  9. — October 18, 2013 2:40 am

    I truly think that these latest Behance developments are amazing. Great work, and keep it up.

    Regards – Graham Brecker

  10. — October 18, 2013 5:33 am

    Looking forward to all the new developments … Béhance (and Prosite) have been the best thing that ever happened to my portfolio. Keep up the good work!

  11. — October 18, 2013 6:30 am

    look forward to seeing it all in action

  12. — October 18, 2013 11:42 am

    Great news!

  13. david
    — October 29, 2013 5:55 am

    buen trabajo behance!

  14. — November 21, 2013 10:58 pm

    Hurrah! In the end I got a website from where I know how to really get helpful information concerning my study and knowledge.

  15. Rodolfo
    — November 24, 2013 8:35 pm

    My activity feed is showing activity of people that I’m not following anymore!!!

  16. — February 20, 2014 2:03 pm

    My activity feed is also cluttered with people I am not following anymore and no matter how many times I refresh, the people I actually follow aren’t showing up. How do I fix this?

  17. Al
    — March 14, 2014 4:26 pm

    As more activity appears from the people your currently follow, the older stuff with get pushed down!

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