Thank you very much for attending yesterday's event, for making the evening so vibrant and I hope you enjoyed the evening too and the excellent panellists. These are some of the topics posted in the forums on our website www.filmmeansbusiness.com :
As promised, we have put up Mark Webster's Metrodome panel PowerPoint presentation. Please find it here.
We would also love your feedback from the event as we are constantly trying to improve them. Please go to here to post your feedback.
And a post from ikemo44 who has five scripts in development with celebrity interest. Please find their post here..
And if you are not sure how to post and reply to posts in our forums, below there is a detailed description to doing just that. And please feel free to post up new topics. Obviously the more people using it, the more it becomes useful and informative for everyone. So post up and reply to anything you like.
Also if you want to contact people from yesterday's event via email then please read here on how to do just that.
Julian, Mike and the Non-Multiplex Cinema team.
You are receiving this email because you have attended, bought tickets or are about to attend a FILM MEANS BUSINESS event. At the first FILM MEANS BUSINESS event, we mentioned that we would provide a way for everyone who wanted to, to share contacts and details. Well now you can, and more, using our website www.filmmeansbusiness.com
This tutorial will show you how to post a topic or reply to a topic in the forums.
If you haven't already registered on our site then feel free to do so, registration is free. Instructions on how to send messages using the three methods follows. Any queries email firstname.lastname@example.org
Julian, Mike and the Non-Multiplex Cinema team
You can post a topic in the forum area for people to reply to.
|First go to the forum page by pressing the Forum tab button at the top of the screen.|
|In this example, Joe Bloggs who is logged in wishes to post a topic in forum 'Production', so he presses the forum title 'Production'.|
|This brings Joe to the Production forum where there is already one topic titled "Film Production". However Joe wishes to start his own thread so he presses the 'New Topic' button.|
|Here you can type in the subject and body of the text, just like email. Once finished, to post your topic to the forum, press the 'Post' button.|
|Message is now on the forum for anyone to see if they have the permission to view the forum.|
You can reply to a post.
|In this example, Debra Doe is now logged in and notices that the forum 'Production' is marked New, indicating that there has been a new post to this forum. She presses 'Production' to get into the forum.|
|Once in the forum, again the new post is marked as New. Pressing on the post title (the topic), opens up the thread.|
|Press 'Post Reply' to reply to the post.|
|Type in your reply. Click the 'Post' button to send the message.|
|There we have it, the reply to the post beneath the original.|
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