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3 Tips for a Better Pulse Experience

September 6, 2012
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We hope you’re enjoying your favorite blogs, magazines and newspapers on Pulse for Web. Many of our users have sent us their favorite tips and tricks for using Pulse in the browser. Here are 3 ways to get the most out of Pulse for Web:
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Use keyboard shortcuts for quick browsing

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Pick your favorite layout to browse the news

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Save stories using our bookmarklet

We hope these tips help you get the best out of Pulse for Web. Feel free to hit reply to this email with any questions or to let us know your favorite tips and tricks for using Pulse!

- The Pulse Team

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Introducing Pulse for Web

August 9, 2012
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Thank you for choosing Pulse as your place to read and share the news that matters most to you. Many of you have requested the Pulse experience on every device you own, from your phone to your computer. Today, we are thrilled to announce Pulse for the Web.
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Brand new layouts & beautiful typography

Automatic Syncing

Simple syncing of your sources & stories

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Optimized for all modern browsers

Take a look at all of the features. Your sources and stories are already synced to your Pulse account and you can sign in and start reading now at www.pulse.me
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Pulse Goes Local – Discover What’s Happening Around You

March 9, 2012

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Today we’re launching Local, a brand new category providing a simple and effective way to discover what’s happening around you. With everything from breaking news, sports, food, and deals, Pulse Local will always keep you in the know – making your Pulse experience much more personal.

Here’s how to get local sources straight to your Pulse:

  • Tap the + button to head to the Pulse Catalog on your device
  • Swipe to the Local category and allow Pulse to use your location
  • Browse the best local sources nearby and add them to your Pulse!

You can read more about Pulse Local on Bloomberg Businessweek. Be sure to let us know if your favorite local source isn’t on Pulse yet by submitting it to us on Pulse Connect. Oh, and if you haven’t already, download Pulse here.

Happy Reading!

- The Pulse Team

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Follow the 2012 Race to the White House on Pulse!

February 7, 2012

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Hi margiemark, Last week we launched our brand new 2012 Election coverage on Pulse, which will be your hub for campaign news leading up to November 15th! We now have over 25 partners delivering world-class breaking political news so you can follow the race to the White House. Our brand new partners include The New Republic, Fox News, Los Angeles Times, Talking Points Memo, Daily Kos and Reason Magazine among many more!

Follow your candidate of choice on Pulse and explore the opinion pieces from your favorite political commentators. Learn more about our political coverage here and head over to the Pulse Catalog to explore our Election section.

Enjoy!

- The Pulse Team

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Readability + Pulse

January 26, 2012

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Hi,

Hope you’re doing well! Today, we’re excited to announce a partnership with Readability, a great service that lets you bookmark interesting articles that you don’t want to miss so you can read them later when you have time.

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Your Readability reading list syncs across your web browser, smartphone, tablet–and now inside Pulse! Simply add it from the Featured Sources section inside the Pulse catalog. Sign up for your free Readability account here and start reading smarter.

Thanks,

The Pulse Team

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Gifting You a New Pulse

December 26, 2011

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Hello,

Just in time for the holidays, we bring to you a brand new update that will make your Pulse experience more enjoyable with improved discoverability.

Completely Redesigned Catalog: The old tabs are gone and have been replaced by a beautiful cover flow that allows you to browse your favorite category by swiping left and right. We have also introduced an omnipresent “Search” button – which makes it super easy to search for anything that’s on your mind.

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Introducing Smart Dock: New feature that learns from your reading patterns and recommends other sources that you may enjoy reading. The more you read, the smarter the dock gets.

Sync across devices: Your subscriptions now stay with you, no matter where you are and what device you carry. Create a Pulse account to keep the content with you, everywhere!

The new update is live on iPhone, iPad and Android. Let us know how you like it!

Best,

The Pulse Team

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