|New Feature: Journaler Search and Profile!|
February 23, 2002
[Did you add this journal to your Favorites List, yet? If not, DO IT NOW!]
Did you ever see a Journaler's name in your forum and wonder how you can find their journal?
Or did you see that someone added you to their Favorites List and you want to know where to go read their journal?
How do you find out about a journaler and their journals?
Now you can!
Anywhere you see a journaler's name in the Journal section of the website, you can now click on the name and it will take you to a new Journaler's Profile page. There you will see information that is available no place else. Like, how long have they been a member of My-Journal.com? What are their journals? How many entries have they written in each of their journals? How many people have chosen each journal for their Favorites List? All this and more, including links to all their journals and forums.
But what if you don't see their name in the Journal section? You see their name in the Forum section and there the name is not linked. Or you just remember their name, or part of their name, and you can't remember the name of their journal?
Then all you have to do is use the new "Search for a Journaler" box found directly under the Google search box on the journal listing page. Enter as much of their name as you can remember and we'll either take you directly to their Journaler Profile page, or we'll show you a list of all the journalers that matched your search and let you click on the one that you wanted.
But remember, wherever you see a journaler's name in the Journal section of the website, it is now clickable. If you see the name in your Favorite's List or in the journal listings, you don't have to go search for it. You can click on it right there.