Site features on MacFixIt - contact us, share stories, find information easier

MacFixIt has undergone plenty of changes over the last year and we hope we're getting better. We continue to add new features to the site to help you contact us easier, share our stories with friends and family, and find information on our site in a more useful and productive way.

MacFixIt has undergone plenty of changes over the last year and we hope we're getting better. We continue to add new features to the site to help you contact us easier, share our stories with friends and family, and find information on our site in a more useful and productive way.

One of the biggest additions to MacFixIt has been the inclusion of the sharing buttons at the top of each of our articles. These sharing buttons make it easier for you to get the word out on information you find interesting or useful on popular social networking sites that you are probably already a part of. Sharing is as easy as clicking the button and following the prompts that appear from each site.

The Facebook button will link to your Facebook account (you must allow permission in your account settings) and update your status with the link to the article when you want to share it. The "retweet" button, from TweetMeMe will link to your Twitter account and post an update with a short URL to your Twitter followers. The Digg button will link to your Digg account and post the story on digg.com.

Another big addition to MacFixIt is the "Navigate MacFixIt" module to your right. These are quick links and a search bar that make finding articles on MacFixIt much easier. In the coming weeks we will be updating the ability to contact us as well, allowing readers to submit fixes they find or ask our writers questions about their Macs.

Our main goal as we move forward with MacFixIt is to maintain and grow a community of troubleshooting advice from our writers, supplemented with comments, submissions, and questions from our readers. We encourage all of you to use our sharing tools to get the word out, our searching features to find our helpful stories, and our contact page to submit fixes and ask questions. Stay tuned and thanks for reading MacFixIt!

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    Joe is a seasoned Mac veteran with years of experience on the platform. He reports on Macs, iPods, iPhones and anything else Apple sells. He even has worked in Apple retail stores. He's also a creative professional who knows how to use a Mac to get the job done.

     

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