A number of users have already so large amount of pictures and other files uploaded to their Edicy sites, that it became increasingly difficult to get quick overview of them while editing. Therefore we launched a feature that lets you group all your media into sets -- both photo albums and sets of PDF documents work well in Edicy.
This cool new tool can be found when maximizing the media panel into full screen view. Also, you can choose which collections in the media panel you'd like to see at any given moment. Just filter the view from a simple dropdown box.

Another much anticipated feature is that form submissions are now sent to your email. Of course, you can turn this feature off anytime.

Also, our revolutionary in-text image editor is now usable by Internet Explorer (version 7) users too!

Complete relase notes

New features:
  • Build media sets and filter them in panel view
  • Send form submissions to your e-mail
  • Drag & drop image thumbnails into text by pressing ALT key while dragging


  • Added image tool for IE7
  • Improved language removal
  • Improved site organizer
  • Improved user invitation process

Bug fixes:
  • Removing all languages now possible
  • Fixed issues with deleting page on-site
  • Fixed picture aligning in IE
  • Link tool now gives suggestions again
  • Fixed issues with deleting pages with untranslated sub-pages
  • Fixed moving a page under an untranslated page
  • Fixed clickable area of "Add new file" under media tab
  • Fixed showing images under designs full view in IE
  • Added a "Front page" layout to every design
  • Automatically generated page path a bit wiser now
  • Made activation link in emails to redirect to login screen when account already activated

Replies to this post

  • Nick Feb 25

    Hey guys, just wondering how the forms feature is developing, is it still planned that we will be able to edit and specify the input fields? Thanks

  • Priit Feb 28

    Nick, editing forms is in the works. Give us a couple of weeks though, because we have some more important stuff to complete.

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