We Shared Content Highlighting the Fabulous New Features
In an interview on Entwickler.de, Matthias Schreiber, CEO of TYPO3 GmbH, pointed out that “TYPO3 v10 LTS contains more than 120 new functions that make the administration of modern websites easier, more compatible and even more secure, as well as making your daily work with TYPO3 more enjoyable.”
So it was up to the community to choose which were their favourites. There seems to be a consensus forming around the best features to highlight.
Over on the Mittwald blog, they interviewed Susanne Moog, CTO of TYPO3 GmbH about TYPO3 v10. What would entice folks to move to TYPO3 for the first time or upgrade? Susanne said for her, the top three features are Dashboards, the Form Builder improvements, and the option to adapt all system emails using Fluid templates.
In their blogpost about TYPO3 v10, the team at DAUS CONCEPT GmbH admitted that it was a shame they couldn’t have their party in Flensburg, but they still took a chance to celebrate some of their favourite new parts of TYPO3 v10. They include the Dashboard, HTML-based template emails, improved privacy and security, backend user management improvements, and the Automated Link Validator.
While these popular “big” features will impact most projects, digital agency b13 in Stuttgart took a moment to celebrate “13 little things” that might have gotten overlooked. 13 Little Things We Love in TYPO3 v10. As examples, Benni Mack, TYPO3 Project Lead, pointed out that you can now link to phone numbers more easily, improving mobile UX for site visitors, and now the File List search shows additional options and the clipboard to make content editors’ lives easier. There are lots of changes that are time-saving and helpful.
The team at T3Terminal wrote an amazingly comprehensive 5 part series on their blog looking at TYPO3 from different perspectives. This latest release had something for everyone. These are good articles to review to make sure you’re making the most of TYPO3 v10 as you plan your new projects.
Loads of insight and details in this series. Kudos to Sanjay and his team for putting together these fabulous guides!