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1. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 08:01 BST
I was wondering whether the admin team could do a weekly email to all members listing new releases, new reviews on the site etc, giving links to the relevant pages here.
I, for one, don't come here often enough, and a weekly prompt like that would almost certainly get me here at least once a week to read about new stuff. We have the Wii, DS and 3DS in our household so news about all three is of interest. Plus we'll definitely be getting a Wii U, so I'm also keen to hear news as it gets released about that as well.
I know forums are able to set up a weekly email, so I feel that you should be able to do it, and it should increase activity here, as more people visit more regularly. I hope you agree.
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2. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 08:09 BST
The RSS feeds deliver all of the updates, or you can individually select to receive news, reviews or comments.if you select latest updates you won't get comments
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3. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 08:09 BST
That is a good idea. +5 points to you, good sir or ma'am.You could also have weekly "Talking point" subjects that you list in the emails.
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4. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 08:22 BST
I've never used RSS feeds in my life before, but I've just subscribed. I've had to show the Bookmarks Toolbar, which is usually hidden, and I have to remember to click on the links, I assume, so it isn't as easy and convenient as an email. we'll see.
5. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 08:24 BST
If you have a Mail client, such as Thunderbird, you can have both your e-mails and rss feeds in one place.
6. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 08:25 BST
I'm afraid you're confusing me at the moment. Yes, I use Thunderbird. How would I set that up?
7. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 08:33 BST
This is everything you need to know on setting up RSS on Thun...hope that helps
8. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 08:39 BST
My God, that's confusing. I created the account, but lost the plot totally at subscribing to news feeds. Sorry. An email is WAYYYYYY easier.
9. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 11:35 BST
We're looking into monthly newsletters which I think might work better than a weekly affair.
Don't forget we also post our updates via Twitter and on Facebook if they're more convenient than RSS
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10. Posted: Mon 4th Jul 2011 12:06 BST
Ah, somehow I had unliked you on Facebook, so I have rectified that. Thanks.