Posted by BrynM on

My efforts to date for an effective simple website can be seen at

This has involved

1. Initial nderstanding of the Voice management system

2.Learning how to create an email form

3. Learning how to use and manage the Voice calendar app

4. Coming to grips with photo editing apps on Windows

5. Finding and learning how to use video editing software on Windows

6.Learning how to create and manage a Youtube channel

7. Learning how to manage videos on the Voice system

This all takes time and a lot of effort without a simple user guide to follow.

If anyone has made efforts to create such a guide I would be glad to see it and help to refine it for others to use.

Maybe this is something to discuss at  the next Zoom meeting





Posted by Joe Oldak on

There'll soon be a new and comprehensive Getting Started helpsheet in the documentation, that I've been working on recently.

I'll announce when it's published to the Voice website.

It does however only cover how to do the Voice side of things. How to edit photos and videos on your computer is so dependent on what computer and software you're using that I'm not sure it'd ever be possible for Voice to cover this usefully.

Your suggestion of a 'skills group' for these things is interesting.

In the first instance you'd be welcome to ask on the forums if there is anyone who could help you with any tasks, and we can raise it at the next user group meeting. I don't really have the capacity to run any groups, but if there are a few like-minded individuals who are keen to do so they would entirely have the blessing of Voice, and I'd be willing to help where appropriate! :-)



Posted by BrynM on

Thanks Joe

As you suggested I have made an entry in the new features section with a proposal for a user driven set of skills pages. Hopefully it will promote a discussion.