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blog-0514909001327000832.jpgIts been a few days since our last entry and we thought we would introduce one of the new features of the board to you ....... "shared media"

You know how it is, you are happily adding stuff to the forum and you think .... "mmm, I already uploaded an image or file that I need to add in here too, or that would be perfect for this thread ...."

In the last version of this software, you would need to go hunting on the site, browse your hard drive or perform a google search to try and find that file or image then upload it or link to it and all that palaver ... but no more !!! To help you with all of this in the new forum comes the "My Media" link.

Next time you are typing a forum reply, have a look up to the button bar and you should see this one nestled in amongst things

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Clicking on it will bring up a popup called your Media Library .....

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You can add anything you previously put into a post as an attachment .....

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EXAMPLE:

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You can add a link to a photo album you uploaded .....

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EXAMPLE:

You can add any individual picture from a gallery .....

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EXAMPLE:

You can add a link to an event .....

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EXAMPLE:

You can add a link to a blog entry .....

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EXAMPLE:

You can add a link to a downloadable file .....

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EXAMPLE:

Happy Media Sharing !!!!


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