We are excited to share with you the newest addition to Symbaloo: Symbaloo Communities!
With Symbaloo, users are able to share the best of the internet around their passion. Symbaloo Communities allows you to go beyond just exploring your passion. They allow you to connect with other Symbaloo users who share your passions!
Symbaloo Communities are built into Symbaloo Service. If you need support or assistance on the site itself, Symbaloo Service is your place to start. Here you can:
* Report technical issues
* Get the latest Symbaloo news
* View tutorials
More importantly, you can connect with other Symbaloo users either by specific community or just in general. There is a forum dedicated to each community where users can interact and post comments related to that community.
Those of you who have already migrated to Symbaloo 2.0 know about the new features that make navigating the web and building webmixes much easier. Symbaloo Communities allows you to talk with the other users of Symbaloo about the site itself, about topical webmixes, about tiles you would like to see added to webmixes, and about the content you find on public webmixes.
We are starting with just a few topical communities, but we see more being created as more users join Symbaloo Service. Are you passionate about a certain subject that doesn’t currently have a community attached? Contact Kimmie
How do you join the Symbaloo Communities? Head over to the site and log in. You will be prompted for your email address, password, etc… Make sure you register with the same email address that you use for Symbaloo now, since your Communities account and your Symbaloo 2.0 accounts will be connected once everyone is migrated to the new system.
Our current spotlight community is the iPad community. Here you can discuss all matters related to the iPad and Symbaloo! We found out shortly after the launch of the iPad that Symbaloo works great on it! The combination of the iPad’s touchscreen with Symbaloo’s interface makes navigating the web not only quick and easy but also extremely fun especially for the one and two-finger generation who don’t like to type or are not so good at it! Stop by the iPad Community and share your thoughts, your tips, and your links.Tweet