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VYRE, the developer of leading-edge content management platform VYRE Unify, announces the release of version 4.3.1. The new version is an update to its enterprise class web platform and includes features such as bulk editing, an import module, and AJAX functionality. VYRE hopes that these newest features will create the perfect online environment for content managers. With a system that already provides users with the ability to build “rich, personalized sites quickly and easily without relying on specialist programming expertise”, this updated release will continue to help both non-technical and technical users manage content. Responding to client feedback,VYRE has developed a way for users to manage a high volume of content effectively. Users can now perform searches, gather content items in a basket and then update certain attributes for hundreds of items in bulk. Naturally, this new feature is named the Bulk Update Portlet. In addition, this release also includes some various other nuggets of productivity and performance enhancement, such as: * a new range of features for importing and exporting content using XML or CSV files * the ability to import taxonomy structures instead of entering them in manually * a new portlet that lists localisations and allows users to add, edit or delete localisation keys * new functionality that allows Javascript and CSS to be compressed upon deployment VYRE Unify 4.3.1 also builds off of the previous 4.3 release in which AJAX content gateways were launched. This UI enhancement is now used to filter content across various pages and within the Search portlet, allowing users the ability to manually sort lists of content on-the-fly. Recognized for its content management software solutions, which are known for fast implementation and flexibility in deployment, VYRE Unify enables its clients to innovate and react quickly to change. Its newest updates improve these efforts, further its easy-to-use design, and continue to support the needs of it users while offering maximum autonomy to content managers, power users and administrators alike.