Oct 12, 2011 - Virginia based Blue Mango Learning Systems today introduces Clarify 1.0, their new image-based communications tool for Windows and Macintosh. Clarify helps people create clearer communications through the combined use of multiple screenshots and text. Clarify users capture screenshots turn them into documents, add text and image annotations and then share their documents as a PDF, as an email, via Dropbox or through Blue Mango's free Clarify-it service.
Apr 06, 2010 - Blue Mango Learning Systems, the creators of ScreenSteps, have launched an iPad visual knowledge base for iPad users. The knowledge base contains visual, step-by-step guides for Keynote, Numbers, Pages, iBooks, Mail and Safari. This new site is a resource that will help iPad users get the most out of their iPad applications. In addition, the iPad knowledge base is an excellent example to iPad developers of how effective visual documentation can be in supporting their customers.
Mar 20, 2008 - Blue Mango Learning Systems has released version 2.0.3 of their ScreenSteps software. This latest version includes an "Export to Blog" feature which allows users to quickly insert step-by-step software tutorials into blogs, wikis or any other website. ScreenSteps allows for the rapid creation of step by step guides on how to do anything on a computer. The user can then annotate images, add text and output the lessons to HTML, PDF or ScreenSteps Live.
Feb 13, 2008 - Blue Mango Learning Systems has released version 2.0.2 of their ScreenSteps software for both Mac and Windows. This release is the first release available for Windows. It also includes some significant enhancements to the Mac version. The most significant new feature is the ability to take old, text based documentation and quickly transform it into a visual tutorial. This gives tutorial/documentation authors a powerful tool for quickly creating visual documentation.
Jan 17, 2008 - Blue Mango Learning Systems has launched ScreenSteps Live, an online service for hosting visual software tutorials created in their ScreenSteps Desktop application. Users create lessons using the ScreenSteps Desktop software. Once they have signed up for an account on ScreenSteps Live they can, in one click, post the lesson in HTML and PDF format. The lesson content is also automatically formatted for viewing on the iPhone.
Feb 22, 2007 - ScreenSteps - Snap, Snap, Type Type - Lesson Done. With ScreenSteps running, users capture screenshots of each step of the process they are trying to document. ScreenSteps automatically imports these images and organizes them in the order they were taken. Users can then go back, add text, annotate the images and export to PDF or HTML. Visual software lessons can be created in literally 5 or 10 minutes.