Seattle Times launches new e-Edition
For Immediate Release — Sep. 9, 2015
Lindsay Taylor, Consumer Marketing Manager
The Seattle Times is very excited to announce the launch of our new and improved e-Edition on Friday, September 11. The new e-Edition will replace our current e-Edition.
Below are some of the great new e-Edition features:
- Pinch and expand the view on your tablet or phone.
- Side swipe to flip pages.
- Access up to 14 days of archived papers in the upper left corner via the calendar icon.
- Thumbnail navigation bar in the bottom middle of the screen.
- Audio reading of articles via the speaker icon when you double click to open the article in a new window.
- Article translation via the globe icon when you double click to open the article in a new window.
Some of the e-Edition features and navigation have moved. Here are a few things we thought you might need to know:
- Table of contents is in the lower left corner.
- Access back issues in the archive in the upper left corner via the calendar icon.
- Flip pages with the arrows toward the bottom left and right of each page.
- Change your page view options via the Display Options icon in the upper right area of the page.
- Email an article or share via Facebook or Twitter when you double click to open the article in a new window.
The first three times you access the e-Edition, you will see the help screen to get you started in the new format. Click anywhere in the e-Edition to remove the help screen and click the ? icon located at the top of the page to re-open the help screen. We hope you'll take the interactive tour to learn more about the new format. You can find it in the upper left corner of the help screen.