🦉 Owlstown Newsletter #52: Follow
Here’s your update of what’s happening in Owlstown. For feedback, questions, and bugs: email me at email@example.com, message me on Twitter, or post a topic on the Owlstown Academic Forum.
Your Owlstown website just got a new Follow feature. With this feature, your website visitors can follow the latest updates on your website. This makes it easier to inform your audience of your academic work and improves the reach of your research.
I’m so happy to announce this feature because it’s another step forward in Owlstown’s mission of fostering a strong community around research.
Notes about this feature:
You cannot follow your own website. If you are viewing your own website on the same browser that you are logged into Owlstown, you will not see the Follow button. Visit the Academic Gallery to find other websites that you can follow.
If you don’t want the Follow button to appear on your website, you can hide it by turning off the feature in the Owlstown Editor.
I also reorganized the logged-in experience in Owlstown. When you log in, you will see a new navigation rail on the left side with these links:
Sites: This page lists your website, other sites that you can edit, and sites that you follow.
Inbox: This page lists the latest updates from websites that you follow.
Discover: This page lists the latest updates from all Owlstown websites.
From the Community
Embracing Diversity: 6 Unique Gender-Neutral Names for a Global World by Piotr Godzisz
Exploring fair climate policies under uncertainty and conflicting goals: a computer-aided approach by Patrik Jansson
Elle Lett shared 30 Days, a Penn Med Moth Story that she performed after the death of her mother.
Measurement: Trade and the Balance of Payments by Mark L.J. Wright
Project management course for PhDs by Priya Srivastava
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