Tuesday, June 2, 2009

New Feature Tuesday

Hi cpedley,


Video playlists... oh my!

Two words sum up what is to be unveiled to the eHow community today and those are... VIDEO PLAYLIST!  Starting today, you are now able to save your favorite eHow videos and group them together in a thematic way.  The best part is that you can create as many playlists as you want! Grouping your videos is a convenient way for you to organize the videos you like and use them as a personal reference or even a nifty way to share information with your friends. 

Start creating a playlist to help you out with your daily workout regimen or use it to plan ahead by building a playlist that will help you organize a great backyard barbeque.  In your profile, you should see a "Videos" tab; click on that and you'll have access to your video station.  This is where all your favorite videos will be saved.  From this section, you will also be able to re-organize and rearrange your videos as well as create a playlist.  We've made the feature pretty easy to use, so dive in and start exploring!


Have a favorite?  Subscribe to it!

Also in eHow news, we have a new "Subscriptions" tab in member profiles.  Now you can subscribe to your favorite eHow experts, members, or categories.  As for the categories, not only can you subscribe to the main categories, but you can also subscribe to the sub categories as well as the sub-sub categories.  Now you can get real specific and get up-to-date information on things that are most relevant to you. 


Videos and more videos

Finally, we would like to mention a huge feat eHow.com achieved this month.  Now, eHow.com officially has over 160,000 instructional videos to its name.  That's a whopping number!  It's a huge accomplishment and we would like to share this glory with the community because without your support, the site wouldn't be what it is today.



The eHow Team

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