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Louise_WebMD_Staff posted:
Now that you have had twelve or so days to get to know the new exchanges-let me know what else we can do to help make them better.

We darkened the font. We definitely know you want emoticons (smileys) and signatures back. We know you want more discussions on a page and easier navigation.(What does that look like to you?) But-what else might help you really love exchanges?

Tell me in as much detail as you can what things still trip you up, what changes you want to see made. (Navigation changes? Which ones? Too much white space? Not enough? Better search?)

I really want and need your ideas. I am making a list and checking it twice-so we can work on getting rid of the naughty and make it nice.

I can't promise anything other than the fact that you will be heard. I want you to know YOU, each of you, is important to us.

If there is anything you don't know how to do yet and it isn't in the Exchange FAQ -let me know that too. I am here to help.
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DisHammerhand responded:
I would like it if I could post from my droid phone. I can open a new discussion, give it a title but I can enter no text in the post box. I can type any replies either. I have several sites I access from my phone and this is the only one I have trouble with. I can access all the features on most sites without have to resort to a pared down 'mobile' version.


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