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Class announcement blog

Class Members Guide

Background
ScottishDancing.org provide a blog area for class announcements. This allows class secretaries to post news items about thier class. e.g. The date of the first class of a new term or notification that a class will not be held on a particular night.
Where is the announcement blog for my class?
If your class has an announcement blog it will usually be at: classes.ScottishDancing.org/(the name of your class). There will also be a link from your class information page. You can select your class information page from the list of classes.
How do I add a new feed to Google Reader?
The pdf document "To add an RSS feed to Google Reader" gives step by step instructions.
How do I add a news feed to MS Outlook 2007?
The pdf document "To add an RSS feed to MS Outlook 2007" gives step by step instructions.
What is the RSS feed URL for my class?
This is usually
http://classes.ScottishDancing.org/(the name of your class)/feed
How can I get an announcement blog set up for my class?
If your class does not yet have an announcement blog, get your class secretary to send an email to webmaster@ScottishDancing.org

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