I just discovered that
mvertigo.org can be accessed through Discourse. I’ve downloaded the Discourse app, set it up on my phone and iPad and added in the discussion groups that I’m connected with that are on Discourse.
I really like it because it gets them off my browser and puts them all in one place where they are easier to keep tabs on.
That’s right, Eric, implicitly covered here but appreciate the dedicated topic you’ve created.
Quick note on Notifications on phones and tablets.
mvertigo will send you an email when it believes there is something of interest you should be aware of.
You may have noticed that on desktop, you will be prompted to allow web notifications in your browser.
Chrome on Android should support web notifications out of the box, but be sure to check if you’ve permitted mvertigo notifications.
On iOS (both on iPhone and iPadOS on iPads), web notifications are not implemented (grrr…
You can add any Discourse-based community you are a part of.
I have several in mine covering a range of subjects.
Where can I find a list of sites that can be accessed through discourse hub?
That’s an oft asked question.
They are on Google so you might be able to ask Google for eg:
“Discourse Nature Photography”,
“Discourse Interactive Fiction” etc
I’ll see if I can find a list of some of them.
I’ve been Googling my fingers off all morning and I’m coming up dry.
BTW, when did Googling become a verb?