We’ve updated…again! With each new evolved version of ^IfMine, we get closer to launching publicly. We’re excited to share what’s now making our beta testers happy:
- Social Sharing: Previously, users had to copy and paste a project’s url to share it on the various social networks. Now, with a click of a button, we’re able to post projects on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
- Email Notification: When a user comments or replies on a project you’ve created or followed, you’ll receive an email letting you know. In addition, when you follow a project and it evolves, you’ll be notified. You can also go to your Account page to change how you receive notifications.
- Activity Stream: What’s happening on ^IfMine? Go to the dashboard, check out the sidebar and you’ll see Activity on the projects you’re following.
What’s next on the agenda for ^IfMine? We’ll be seeing more design changes, continued feature enhancements and a trip to SXSW!
Don’t be left out! Sign up for ^IfMine today!
What are you waiting for? Swing on over to IfMine.com and submit your email. It’s quick, free and your last chance to register for ^IfMine until 2013.
You read that right! On December 31st, we will close our initial beta testing group and if you haven’t submitted your email, you won’t be able to register for the latest innovative project management and feedback tool on the web.
After the first of January, you can still sign up for ^IfMine, but you’ll be added to a wait list. We have yet to determine an exact date when we’ll reopen the beta testing group, so now’s you chance to get in on the action and be part of an exclusive community of idea-makers.
Sign up for ^IfMine today and get a head start on your future.
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We’ve been featured!
An article about ^IfMine was recently published in The BG News, Bowling Green State University’s campus newspaper.
Below are a few excerpts:
“The site was built for people in all fields,” said Danielle Hunter, social media director of ^IfMine. “Basically, if you have a project in need of feedback, ^IfMine is for you.”
“This could be a great tool for students who are working on papers and projects of any kind and are looking for feedback outside of their closest circle of friends,” he [Anthony Fontana] said.
“The student wins if they see how talented they are, simply by others putting it out to them,” he [Joel Shiffler] said. “That’s where mentoring, collaboration and followers are true friends — when they give to each other something that counts.”
Read the entire article: Website debuts in local area.
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