A brand new Pulsar is coming!

From next week you’re finally going to get your hands on the brand new release of Pulsar!

We’ve been working on it for the last 4 months and we are very excited to get you in and get your feedback.

Four years ago we started Pulsar with the idea that data should be visual, intuitive and smart. As our user base grew very quickly we learnt a lot from all of you and we have tried to keep up with all the amazing ideas you have for making the most of audience data and how to use it to change the face of business for good.

As the complexity and the versatility of the product grew exponentially, we felt it was time to re-think our user experience and the information design behind our data visualisations in order to stay true to our vision.

Which I guess means you will still have all the functionalities you know and love (plus a few surprises) but it will be easier to use them, you’ll get the job done quicker and your outputs are going to look stunning.

Since we can’t wait to launch this, here’s a little sneak peek of the new Pulsar:

 

New icons

 

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A brand new set of icons to describe visually the products, the product sections and the individual functionalities on the platform.

 

Better information design

 

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Look at the trend while getting a complete overview of your entire dataset including volumes, engagements, impressions, sentiment and emotions.

 

New data visualizations

 

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Introducing ‘Moments’, your one stop shop to see when is the best time to post, engage and reach your audience about any topic.

 

Improved User Experience

 

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‘Edit overlay’ on top of every interactive data visualization to manipulate the data without losing sight of the overall picture.

 

Any questions get in touch with your account manager or book a demo today if you’re not working with us yet – just send an email to [email protected].

Where next?

Behavior

What do people complain about to airlines? And which airlines get the most?

Airlines get 8 times as many complaints as compliments
Communities

Will being woke & inclusive help (or hurt) your game/movie?

A network-analysis map to help you navigate political conversations for new releases