Putting your collection online can be a great way to reach out and engage a new audience. Rather than waiting for people to come to you why not highlight specific objects? Give your audience a reason to revisit your collection with regular sharing.
A simple start to eHive
Four steps to creating an eHive record
The eHive Create screen can be overwhelming. There are so many fields to fill out and different tabs to choose from. The good news is that you do not have to fill out every page or field.
eHive server upgrade Oct 2017
In the background, it has been a very busy time as we moved the entire eHive environment to the Amazon web services infrastructure.
Include Social Media Links on your eHive page
Make it easier for your audience to find your content.
How to add an external link to an eHive record.
Extend the information that you make available through your eHive record by adding an external link. It could be a link to a video, a Wikipedia page or a research source.
How do you know when you have outgrown Excel for museum collection management?
Many museums start their cataloging in Excel. Unfortunately, as this spreadsheet becomes more complicated, Excel is increasingly difficult to use.
Version 5.2: PDF document support, private vs public image controls
We've just rolled out the latest major upgrade to eHive. The two new features are support for PDF document files linked to object records and new options per image & document to control which files public users have access to.
Version 5.1: New image uploader
We have separated out the object image management into its own page. The new upload screen now supports drag and drop and will allow you to add up to 20 images in a single step.
eHive revamp: mobile friendly, accessibility compliant and more
We're excited to launch a revamped, mobile-responsive eHive. After a herculean effort from our dedicated Development team your collection is now easier to view, discover and share from mobile phones and tablets.
eHive's Online Help and Information pages have a new home!
This is the first phase of our project to update the entire eHive.com website.
Social media links added to public profile page
We've added a Social Media section to eHive Public Profiles so you can encourage eHive visitors to discover more about your institution or collection.
All That Remains community
All That Remains is is a collections-driven exhibition project that explores New Zealanders’ objects related to WWI from both overseas and the home front.
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