Today we released several small-but-mighty improvements to the Media editor:
You can now hide layers while editing media. This can simplify the process of editing complicated media by getting layers out of the way temporarily. Or it can help in permanently hiding locked layers in Integrations, that otherwise can’t be removed.
While editing media, you can now refresh an integration layer. This repopulates the layer with either the latest data (e.g. a Webpage or Google Sheet), or a new example of the layer (e.g. RSS, Trivia, Quotes)
While editing a layer, the layer now temporarily floats on top of other layers. This assists in identifying the layer selected, and helps when resizing and repositioning the layer.