Major upgrade for CFA Digital Library

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A better experience on mobile devices and single sign-on for CFA members are just two of the enhancements that will be launched on the upgraded CFA Digital Library this week.


CFA will launch the upgraded site on Thursday with a host of enhancements that will make the user experience even better.

What's New

  1. Mobile optimisation: The new site will be more responsive, making it ideal for our mobile users. Whether you're on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone, you'll have a smooth and consistent experience, ensuring easy access to images anytime, anywhere.
  2. Modern interface: Explore the new library with a stunning and user-friendly interface, providing an enjoyable experience on all devices.
  3. AI tagging: Effortlessly discover content with AI tagging, ensuring a more rewarding exploration while searching for images.
  4. Image format options: Choose from different image formats for downloads, providing flexibility for various purposes.
  5. Easy sharing: Share images and videos seamlessly using our in-built libraries, facilitating collaboration with your colleagues.
  6. Team collaboration: Introducing Teambox - a collaborative workspace for users to work on projects, share assets between Teamboxes or to the basket.
  7. Single sign-on: For CFA members, logging in is now easier than ever with the single sign-on process. Just login with your usual CFA username and password for all CFA applications.

Non-CFA users, both existing and new, will need to sign up for a new account to access the new Digital Library.

The new site will have the same url - - which will automatically redirect to the new site on Thursday.

Over coming months we will also be improving the search function on the library to make it even easier to find what you are looking for.

If you have any questions or feedback, please email the Digital Team at


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Submitted by Melissa Lim