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  Zeditor said on  Friday, 15th July 2005  
  Welcome Zenome Community:

Thank you for joining our exciting new community, and please feel free to ask any questions relating to editing in this forum. From grammar, to tone and style - we will answer any queries you may have. Be sure to include the topic of your question in the Thread Title.

Regards,
Zeditor & The Zenome Team

        Response(s):

fayez responded on  Wednesday, 10th August 2005, 13:26:27  
  Hi guys,

Great to see you doing well. I am puzzled by the disappearance of the sites I indexed. Could they have shifted groups ?

Best,
Fayez

Zeditor responded on  Tuesday, 16th August 2005, 07:27:57  
  Hello!

Thanks for the feedback! We've been trying to organize the directory so that it is more intuitive, and to get rid of potential "double builds", so perhaps the sites you indexed have been shifted elsewhere. If you feel that they *definitely* belong in a particular category, you can submit a request to link them in.

Thanks for the contributions!

Zeditor

sarahk responded on  Tuesday, 4th October 2005, 12:22:49  
  How do I add a site to my bookmarks?

I thought there would be something from the front end if the site already exists, or that bookmarks would be available as an option when I'm selecting the category.

If I sign up as an editor will I have an import tool to add a stack to sites to unfiled (and then slowly edit) or do I need to add them one by one?

Zed responded on  Saturday, 5th November 2005, 14:19:02  
  Hi sarahk,

Apologies for the delay in responding.

From the homepage select 'Tools' and add the 'Z-Bookmark' tab to your browser toolbar. Then when you are on any site you can simply select the 'Z-Bookmark' tab, and follow the simple steps (it takes a couple of clicks).

We now have a tool for members that allow you to import boomarks from your existing browser, to your Zenome bookmark folder.

Login, and select Profile > Bookmarks > Import (you'll need to use Netscape or Firefox for now).

Once you have imported your bookmarks, you can more quickly index those URLs by selecting the (+) sign to the left of the URL.

I hope this helps; if not, please write again and I will try to respond more promptly. Thanks so much.

Zed


massoud responded on  Wednesday, 5th April 2006, 12:44:50  
  Hi:

Today I tried several times to move the edited web sites, but I couldn't. Please let me know what the problem is.

Thanks
massoud

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