Get NOTICED as a credible meteorologist on Google, Yahoo, and Bing. You can use LiveWeatherBlogs.com to your advantage when looking for a weather job. Go to your account settings at top right and change your profile URL to your first and last name (with a dash), i.e. christopher-wright, and your profile will begin getting indexed.
Talk directly through the activity feed by using the @ symbol followed by the person's name. This sends a notification to the person so they know you're talking to them. It shows up as a link (ex: robweather)
TIMESTAMPS! Before we launch make sure you set your time zone so posts show up correctly and not in Zimbabwean time. Save getting on Zimbabwean when you're having a rough morning (11am when it's 5 o'clock there)! To make the change go into your profile, click your account, and select New York. Thanks!
We're breaking ground here at LWB with the introduction of a snazzy new way for you to get your voice heard across the Mid-Atlantic (literally). We're tossing it out there today with Robby G's Snow Recap/Spring 2014 Outlook and Jaryd More's Weather 101: How High and Low Pressure Work.
Hi. What's the deal with the timestamps on the blogs? Is it UTC time or something? Is there no way to convert it to local time? I decide which blogs to read based on the time they were updated. Since there's no simple way to tell, I end up loading a lot of pages that haven't been updated since I last looked at them. Timestamps were wacky with the last iteration of the site as well. Thanks.
melizabeth1 I made a note to tackle this issue. In the meantime, you can get in when you select the back arrow, right? Getting in is the big deal right now. There are bugs still to tackle. Thank you for letting me know.
NEW DEVELOPMENT UNDERWAY: Someone just pointed out it's hard to view discussions. The best way to access them right now is: go to: "Latest Discussions" at the left hand side of the homepage (tab 1 in main menu), OR click a notification within the Community page (tab 2 in main menu) that points back to the discussion, I will develop a better way to view discussions. Thanks!!
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