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ThingLink Feature: Interactive world map from MSF

Andrew Beelitz

ThingLink user: MSF – Refugees around the world: Stories of survival 

Description:  There are now 70.8 million people forced from home around the world—more than at any time in modern history. For World Refugee Day, MSF featured stories of survival—a collection of video testimonies and first-hand accounts from people who have risked everything for a chance at safety.  Using an interactive world Map created with ThingLink, MSF allows readers to learn more about the stories that appear throughout the article through one visual table of contents. 

Notice the book icon that appears once you click on a hotspot, like in the screen shot below?  This is a powerful new accessibility feature called Immersive Reader that you can learn about here

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Explore this interactive world map and how to make one below: 


 Want to improve your editorial and marketing content engagement with ThingLink? 

Click to schedule a live screen share demo with me at a time of your choice to learn how to create an interactive world map like MSF.  You can also email me directly, andrew@thinglink.com
Don’t have time for a live demo?
Watch this recorded demo that goes over project ideas, how to make a ThingLink, as well as account recommendations. 

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