Pressbooks.com Got a Facelift. Come Take a Look!

Great news! Pressbooks is getting a makeover.

Today, you’ll notice that our website will emerge from its chrysalis a bright and beautiful butterfly.

Pressbooks.com home page

Even better news! This update will not affect your books. We don’t anticipate any downtime for your live webbooks, and you should still be able to log in and edit your books as needed. The update also won’t affect the display of your Pressbooks webbooks.

What will change is what you see when you visit the Pressbooks.com website.

As a part of this new website launch, we’ve also updated our privacy policy. You can view the updated policy here.

If you have any questions about how this affects you, or just want to tell us how amazing our new website looks, shoot us a message at support@pressbooks.com.

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