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Particle Assembler: Ads in Slideshows Now Supported

You can now insert ads between slides in a slideshow!

Monetizing users' engagement and page views is pivotal to most digital businesses, and our Particle Assembler has been an invaluable tool in helping RebelMouse clients to insert native ads seamlessly into their content. Now we've taken this functionality one step further by introducing support for ads between slides in Assembler's slideshow layout.

In parallel, we've updated our Ad Manager dashboard so that it has a section that allows you to manage how and when these ads appear. It can be found under the Ads In Assembler tab of the dashboard, and is located under the Ads In Slideshow section:

Ads In Slideshow

This new section allows you to configure a set of specific ads that display whenever the slideshow layout is used for an Assembler, which means they can be different from the ads that appear in a standard Assembler (or listicle) layout.

Here's a quick video walkthrough that demonstrates how you can use these fields to populate your ad tags:

We also support complete flexibility around the styling of your ads. Here's a quick example of how they can look, taken from one of our demo sites:

As of today, this feature is not supported in articles using Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), Facebook Instant Articles (IA), or Apple News.

If you have any questions about how to use ads in Assembler slideshows, please contact

NEW! Beta Posts Dashboard: Filtering and Search UI Upgrade

New Filters in Posts Dashboard

We've implemented new filters that allow users to easily find exactly what they need in their posts dashboard. You can now customize your search results by:

  • Creators You Follow
  • Rating
  • Post Status
  • Post Type
  • Period
  • Sections
Here's what the new filter menu looks like:

Easy-to-Use Search Queries

In the same slick user interface, you can also create search queries and combine them with your filtered results:

  • Post Search
  • Creator Search With Ajax Autocomplete
  • Community Search

This is an exciting step forward in enhancing the editorial experience for our users. It should now be much simpler to narrow down results to exactly what you're looking for.

Here's how the workflow looks in action:

If you have any questions about these dashboard updates, please email

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