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FMyLife's cool new features

Our team is glad to introduce a bunch of cool features. Check out what's new and enjoy!


As of now, you’ll know more about the author of the story that you’ve just read. On each FML, you can now see displayed the country or the state from where the story was sent. If the author specified their gender when submitting their story, you’ll also be able to see which of them they are. By clicking on one of these details, you’ll be able to access all the stories belonging to this category and see, for example, all the FMLs sent by women, or all those sent from the USA, Japan, Holland… FMyLife is thus the first worldwide laboratory of the day to day crap that we all have to put up with.

With the new FML charts, all the information is collected on a single page. All you need to do is select a category and the desired time period, to display a chart defined by several criteria.
As well as the famous charts listing the FMLs according to the "I agree, your life is f***ed" and "you deserved that one" votes, you can now access a chart of the most commented FMLs, or those which have been the most selected by our members as their favorites.
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This is all new. You can now read the five latest comments posted about an FML without having to click on the story’s page. Just put the mouse pointer over the number of the story, and a pretty preview is displayed, just like magic.

To make the organization of the way you follow the comments on particular FMLs easier, the interface has been changed. Furthermore, thanks to the preview system, you can easily check out the latest comments before clicking on “Mark as read”.
Another new thing: you can now follow the comments in an article of the Team’s Blog.
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Two new features have been added to the comments sections. The first is thumbs up and thumbs down system, which will allow us, thanks to your clicks, to have cleaner discussions and in which the exchanges are more respectful. Thus, a comment with a certain amount of thumbs down will be hidden.

Another thing: the possibility to reply to a particular comment. If you feel the need to answer or give feedback regarding another user’s comment, you can now click on the “reply” link next to the comment in question. The way the comments are displayed has been reorganized to allow you to follow the exchanges with greater ease. Furthermore, the conversations between users will not be included in the middle of the rest of the comments.
Go to the comments section of all the website’s FMLs to try out these new features. 


A lot of you were waiting for this newsletter. It’s now available for those of you who had the good idea of signing up with FML, and it’s available in two versions: once a week, or once a day.
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#120 - About FMyLife - On 06/16/2009 at 6:12pm by FML team - 53 comments

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Interesting changes. I particularly like the "reply" feature - it was getting quite confusing trying to follow a conversation with people going "#12, I think... #46, I agree with.." and then scrolling up and down to see what the heck they're commenting on. D= (Or maybe I was the only one who cares? Anyway..)

#13 - On 06/16/2009 at 6:58pm by anniemeece

See in context



#3 - On 06/16/2009 at 6:39pm by turtlellama

See in context




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