AD LIB digital edition – teething problems solved

Hopefully all of you have had the chance to have a play with the new AD LIB interactive digital edition which was launched this month.

If not, why not have a play now?

Remember, this issue is free to all party members.

As well as all the good stuff you get with the paper copy, the digital edition has a number of interactive elements. If you want to listen to Paddy’s conference speech while reading his cover interview, you can. If you’re intrigued about Eluned Parrott’s ‘On the Record’ music choices, you can click straight to the music videos. And if you like any of the tweets on page 12, you can click on them and reply.

As any of you who has ever launched a new product will know, it’s not unusual to have a few teething problems. When the digital AD LIB went live we had a few ourselves, with some of you reporting back to us that the login page was not as user friendly as it could have been. Since then we’ve asked PageSuite to make logging on simpler and the new page is up and running now.

So if you tried to login before and couldn’t, give it another go now and it should be clear and straightforward.

We launched the digital edition because you asked us to. One of the most common responses we got when we launched in December was that a paper magazine alone was not enough – you want to read it on your laptops, phones and tablets.

So please check it out. Let us know what you think. And if you like the first digital edition, subscribe here and make sure you don’t miss out next month.

You can also follow AD LIB on Twitter and Facebook too.

We are always looking for ways to improve AD LIB, so please send us your feedback on [email protected]

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