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TOPIC: Mobile version of MFP website

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January 24, 2013 2:22 PM
Could you make a "mobile version" of the website? A site that is iPhone or Blackberry-friendly? I (and many others) use a phone 97% of the time to go on the internet. I find the MFP website is difficult to navigate...

1. There's no "delete" button next to a post I just wrote on my own profile.

2. The automatic zooming-in on the website is terrible! I often try to type into a comment box but instead my phone zooms in on a place on the page where I am not even typing. Or it zooms in so much that I can't see the rest of my sentence. Then zooming out gets tricky & requires me to pinch a specific part of the page (It won't work if I do it on a text box).

3. The buttons & links could be bigger or better. Sometimes when I click on buttons (Through touch-screen phone), the website will not recognize it and will make me have to reclick again. Or worse, assume I clicked on a different link (or ad) and send me to a page I don't want to be on :/

4. I don't know why, but if I begin typing a comment in a thread and then scroll down to look at something, when I scroll back up to the comment box my text gets deleted! Or the page randomly refreshes & erases it.

Many websites have "mobile version" websites. When you go to the website you have a choice of "full site" or "mobile site." This would probably fix up the little glitches popping up when a phone-user tries to access the site. I couldn't be the only one experiencing this.
Edited by iorahkwano On January 24, 2013 2:23 PM
January 26, 2013 2:57 PM
January 27, 2013 8:42 PM
They have an app that you can download for free in the iPhone app store. I'm not sure if they have a Blackberry version. The iPhone app has a "barcode scanner" which is really handy for adding packaged foods.


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