Making the Online PDF to HTML5 Converter easier to use for non-technical users

Lots of people have said that they really liked our online PDF to HTML5 converter but found it fiddly to use. Especially if you were a ‘non-technical’ person.

In a previous article on Saving your settings in our online PDF to HTML5 and SVG converter We made updates to the online PDF converter to make it easier to save your previous settings and also the Page turning mode had a slicker look to it.

We have had alot of Feedback from non technical users on how we can improve the user experience and make it easier for non technical users to understand  and use the online PDF converter.

Converter Options
All this feedback has been incorporated into the latest update for the online PDF converter and in in time with our Monthly update of the PDF to HTML5 Software there has been the following updates:

  • Common Preset Conversions – These are presets that allow you to get the look and feel quickly of the file that is being converted, so for example if you wish to see what your file looks like as a magazine or as a single page with a thumbnail bar you can do just that with the presets.
  • Presets come with a sample display showing what the file will appear like using the selected preset options
  • Reload previous conversion settings has been improved now and is much more simpler.
  • Default Configuration option so you can choose your own options
  • More Polished UI and more user friendly for the non technical users, with more customization options.

There are more cool features coming up so you may want to keep a close eye on the online PDF converter over the next few months as there are going to see some very cool new features appearing. We hope you like them…

Let us know what you would like to see in the Online PDF Converter!

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Alex Marshall

Head of Marketing at IDR Solutions
Alex Marshall is a marketeer, web developer and designer and enjoys being creative and has a keen interest in technology, and is fascinated by both new hardware and software. He also likes retro technology, classic cars and in his spare time enjoys traveling. He is immersed in the world of Java, PDF and HTML5 but loves to explore other areas in the world of tech.
Alex

About Alex Marshall

Alex Marshall is a marketeer, web developer and designer and enjoys being creative and has a keen interest in technology, and is fascinated by both new hardware and software.
He also likes retro technology, classic cars and in his spare time enjoys traveling.
He is immersed in the world of Java, PDF and HTML5 but loves to explore other areas in the world of tech.

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