Welcome to all our new users! We’re committed to supporting this rapidly growing community with excellence.
Many thanks to reporter Katherine Boehret and The Mossberg Solution for their full length coverage of iCyte in The Wall Street Journal. See the article and video.
Thousands of new users have joined the iCyte community since the WSJ article appeared last week! iCyte may have been called “the best kept secret on the web”, but it looks like that’s changing fast.
For quick access to all the Cytes in a particular project, just open your iCyte Sidebar, find a Cyte from that project and click on the project name. The corresponding iCyte project page will be launched in your browser.
Want to access a project page quickly from your iPhone? Launch Safari, go to www.icyte.com, log in (be sure “Remember me” is checked), and choose a project from your list on the right side of the screen. Then click the plus sign (+) at the bottom and choose “Add to Home Screen.”
That’s it - you can now access your project with a single click. Convenient for quick mobile access to your unread news articles, travel confirmations, prospective purchases, recipes, song lyrics, fun activities ... anything you like.
(And yes... an iPhone app is on our development list!)
Users tell us that e-mailing Cytes to others is one of the most convenient features of iCyte. Just click on the cog next to any Cyte thumbnail. The recipients don’t have to be iCyte users, and sending Cytes from a private project does not expose anything else in your project. Learn more...
You wrote, we read, we replied. Here are your most common tech support questions:
You'll now receive automatic e-mail notifications when new Cytes are added to the projects you collaborate in. This a great way to stay in touch with your collaborators everyday, without having to set up an RSS feed. We hope you like this new feature. (If not, you can turn off e-mail notifications in your Profile Settings).
Now you can title your Cytes however works best for you (and the people you share your Cytes with). Click on the cog to the right of any Cyte thumbnail and select Change. From there you can change the Cyte’s title - along with the project, tags and notes - any time you like.
Our new bookmarklet for Chrome and Safari is currently in internal testing. If all goes well, we’ll release it in May so you can start creating Cytes in your favorite browsers. Many thanks to those of you who’ve been patiently awaiting this development. We'll post on Facebook and Twitter when the bookmarklet is released.
Monika Hardy is a high school teacher, leadership coach and avid blogger. She maintains a range of public iCyte Projects to benefit her students, present and future. Check out Monika’s projects Ed Conversations and Exemplar Schools for interesting Cytes on improving the quality of education.
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