We are glad to announce that SpiderScribe.net won silver in Education and Training Websites category at the 10th Aniversary Competition by Horizon Interactive Awards.
Now you can add new child stencils using TAB or INSERT (when you have a parent stencil selected).
When you are editing overlapping stencils, SpiderScribe will now remember their last depth-orders (the latest added stencils were always on top before). To change a stencil’s z-order simply click on it – it will bring it to the top. If you are in a view only mode, it will still bring selected stencils to the front, but will not save their new depth position.
We just added the possibility to edit the image title and even hide it entirely. The image title serves also as a download link for the original image, so when it is hidden, you can still access the original image through the stencil menu (top right).
SpiderScribe is now available on Google Chrome Web Store – you can check it here.
Check out this detailed article by Karin Farrell, from Ashburton Intermediate, Christchurch, NZ: http://softwareforlearning.tki.org.nz/Snapshots/Spiderscribe
Today, after almost a year in beta, we are finally releasing SpiderScribe.net!
SpiderScribe.net stays free for EDUs, ORGs and non-commercial use (we know it has been very popular with schools) and the commercial plans are highly affordable. “Pro” plan is designed for individuals (you can still share maps with anybody) and “Business” is for companies, with a separate domain and centralized management of users.
SpiderScribe.net is a great tool for brainstorming. You can also easily connect SpiderScribe.net maps to 5pm – a popular project management app.
With your support we will continue adding new features and improving SpiderScribe.net, making it even better!