[nfbwatlk] NFB-NEWSLINE® Announces New Flexibility and More Choice in Managing Your Favorites!

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Sun Mar 28 22:20:44 CDT 2010


We are now pleased to offer you even more 
flexibility in using NFB-NEWSLINE®.  Taking into 
account your many suggestions, you can now manage 
your favorite publications via the Internet, all 
while enjoying the ability to create different 
favorite lists, depending on the way you want your content delivered.

To further explain this, consider this:
In the past, subscribers were limited to having 
six favorite publications, available via 
telephone, Web News on Demand, e-mail, or NFB-NEWSLINE® In Your Pocket.

Now, you can have an unlimited number of 
favorites on the Web, with NFB-NEWSLINE® In Your 
Pocket, or via e-mail.  For users who may use 
several delivery methods now, or who wish to 
expand the way in which they receive their 
content, you can create lists of favorites that 
could be the same or completely different, 
depending on your preference. Each of the 
delivery methods is independent of each 
other.  The choice is completely up to you!

Please note, however, that current telephone-only 
users are still limited to six favorites, and no 
changes or actions will be necessary on your 
part.  We will be reviewing the option to lift 
the restriction of six publications with a future service enhancement.

And that's not all.  We have also given you the 
ability to establish your favorite TV channels 
over the Web.  For those users who are using the 
telephone only, you can still manage your 
favorite channels just like you have done in the past.

Ready to explore these groundbreaking 
enhancements?  Simply go to 
<http://www.nfbnewslineonline.org>www.nfbnewslineonline.org 
and log in.  At the main page, navigate to the 
link for "Manage All Your Favorites."  From this 
page, you can simply select the appropriate link 
to manage that favorite delivery method.

A few things to remember:  If you had not already 
requested the newspapers by e-mail option, you 
must complete the online request form found at 
<http://www.nfbnewsline.org>www.nfbnewsline.org. 
Follow the link for "Newspapers by E-mail."

Also, if you already had favorites established, 
we have carried these over as a convenience to 
you, and these publications will show up in the 
appropriate delivery option.  You can modify these as you wish.

It's that simple.  If you have any questions, 
please feel free to call us at (866) 504-7300 or 
e-mail us at <mailto:nfbnewsline at nfb.org>nfbnewsline at nfb.org.




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