Iconfinder changelog
Iconfinder changelog
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New options for icon designers

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Icon designers can now quickly replace icon files and test them in the icon editor.

Sign in with your Google account

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You can now log in using your Google account. If you already have an account using the same email, you will connect your Google account and the existing Iconfinder account.

You can always disconnect your Google account from your account page: https://www.iconfinder.com/account/

New Pricing page

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We are gradually refreshing our product pages, and the latest addition is the new Pricing page. We hope this cleaner design will help you get a better overview of all the possible approaches to using Iconfinder.

More design updates are coming soon 👨‍🎨️

Synonyms in search

When you search on Google, how much thought do you give to what you type in? If you are like us, your searches are probably just a splash of words that first pop up in your mind. Yet, you expect the results to hit exactly what you meant.

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To address this expectation of finding results easily, we made a small improvement to Iconfinder search.

Now you will be able to find icons that are labeled with the synonyms of your search term. For example, if you search for IOT, it will also search for "internet of things", "nyc" includes "new york city" icons, etc.

Voila! We hope this makes search results better and your life easier.

New homepage

One of the most significant design principles is to omit the unimportant in order to emphasize the important.

~ Dieter Rams

Our homepage needed a redesign and we went pretty minimalistic and move most of the content below the fold. Focus is back on search and speed, while the main concepts of Iconfinder are explained in the sections when you scroll. We hope you'll like it!

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Add style, designer, or icon set name to your search query

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To make the search experience more natural, we also search in other things than tags now. If you know the name of your favorite designer or icon set, you can directly add that to a search query. For example, “laura reen folder” or “icojam cat” will now give meaningful results. The same goes for styles (e.g. “facebook outline”) and price (“computer free”).

New sorting dropdown

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When searching, you’ll now find a dropdown that controls the sorting of results. You can sort by relevance (the default setting), newest first, and four different ranges of downloads. The sorting dropdown is found in the top right corner above the search results.

Search inside an icon set

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When you open an icon set, you will notice a nice little "bubble" in the search bar. If you add a search query next to it, you will be able to search inside this icon set only.

Filter featured icons

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The content team at Iconfinder picks out the best new icons and features them. These show up on the homepage and a few other places. Now featured icons will also receive a boost in search results. We have even added a new filter that lets you search in featured icons only (they are sooo pretty).

Search can now handle special characters

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You can now use special characters such as -, +, @, and similar in your search queries. For example, if you search for "24/7", you will now see a lot of relevant results.