In the two weeks since we’ve launched, we’ve been getting a ton of feedback on the Civil Beat site. We’ve received comments in the discussions, numerous emails, Tweets, ideas in UserVoice, and great suggestions last night at our first Beatup. It’s been good stuff. One thing (among many) that we’ve heard loud and clear: the site needs to be easier to use and navigate. We agree.
In the spirit of trying to quickly respond to your feedback we just rolled out a new site navigation. We hope this change makes it easier to find the beats and content you’re looking for, including making the company blog more visible (where we’ll often announce new features, seek feedback and talk about anything Civil Beat-related).
We hope this is a step in the right direction, and there’s a whole lot more to come. Please let us know what you think and keep the feedback coming!…
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