Archive for September, 2009

New Navigation

September 29, 2009

After you sign on you should notice that the READ and WRITE portions of the main menu have been replaced with INBOX and OUTBOX respectively.

Our purpose here was to change the interface from who you are (the reader or the writer) to what you want to do.

In the INBOX section you will see a list of all messages that you have received and not archived.  You will not be allowed to archive a message until you have read it.  A new button REPLIES TO ME lets you list notes that have been sent to you as a reply from a message that you sent to someone else.  NOTES FROM OTHERS lets you see traffic sent to you from someone else’s circle.

The OUTBOX selection takes you to a screen that shows each message that you have sent if at least one person has not read the message.  SEND HEADS UP will allow you to sent another e-mail to the recipient reminding them to read your message.  DON’T WORRY will remove this person from the list of people that have not read the message.  Click on the Subject of the message to see the original message.  CIRCLES I WRITE will take you to the original navigation.

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Circle listings

September 8, 2009

Before today if a circle had no new messages  it did not appear in your circle list.  You needed to press “Show All” in order to get all of your circles to show.  Due to popular demand, we have removed that feature.  Now all of your circles show each time you enter the system.

 

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Searching incoming messages

September 2, 2009

The reader of a Circle can now perform a search of messages that they have been sent.

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FAQ available

September 2, 2009

Clicking Settings on the Main Menu will take you to a screen where Frequently Asked Questions is an option.

The remainder should be intuitive.

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Sending to unregistered recipients

September 2, 2009

Circle.me now allows you to send your message and attachments both to members of your Circle and to others.

At the bottom of the screen that allows you to select recipients there is a text area that allows you to enter up to 15 e-mail addresses separated by semi-colons.

The e-mail recipient gets a heads-up with the link to circle.me.  Following the link takes the recipient directly to the message and to the attachments.  The audit Trail function keeps track of their reception.

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