ICYMI: Opensea rolled out an updated collection editing UI

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ICYMI: Opensea rolled out an updated collection editing UI

Opensea, a popular NFT marketplace, recently received an updated collection editing user interface (UI), providing users with a smoother navigation experience. This change involved adding a dark background on the sides, although the main editing area remains white. The new UI also features a left-side menu, providing easy access to the Details, Graphics, Earnings, and Links sections. Despite being a relatively minor change, the updated UI enhances the collection editing experience for users.

How to access and use the updated collection editing UI

To start using Opensea's improved collection editing interface, follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to your Opensea account by connecting your wallet.
  2. Navigate to the collection you own and click on the "Edit" button.
  3. Enjoy the new design featuring a dark background and a left-side menu.
  4. Select a category from the menu to edit Details, Graphics, Earnings, or Links.

The benefits of the updated UI to users

With the updated UI, it’s now easier for users to navigate through their collection editing options. This change is particularly beneficial for users who create mintable NFTs for different platforms like Paragraph.xyz, as it allows them to quickly access and modify various aspects of their collections. The enhanced navigation also streamlines the overall user experience on the Opensea platform.

You can check one of the TestingCatalog collections on OpenSea or mint it on Paragraph directly. 
Example collections

More about Opensea and its features

Opensea is a leading NFT marketplace offering various digital art, collectables, and other non-fungible tokens. Users on the platform can buy, sell, or trade their digital assets while enjoying various features designed to help them effectively manage their NFTs. For instance on collection editing, the platform allows users to add tags to their selected categories to improve discoverability. Additionally, Ethereum-based collections on Opensea can now link their OpenRarity rankings to enhance visibility and credibility within the marketplace.


TestingCatalog: It’s unclear when the update was rolled out exactly, but it seems to have been implemented sometime in May 2023.