Here at n0tice.com we’re very excited to announce that today we are opening ourselves up to the world.
As well as launching some exciting new features, this version of n0tice.com no longer requires an invitation to join – all are welcome.
The n0tice team has accomplished a lot in the nine months since we started, and we are looking forward to announcing a series of major developments in the next few weeks including the release of the n0tice api, a Facebook app and the launch of an iPhone app.
But first, it’s the web site where we’re releasing some new features, these include;
- More social features such as ‘reposts’ which means n0tice-ers can curate other people’s posts, the ability to follow individual users or noticeboards and voting to help n0tice-ers surface the best content.
- Personalisation and customisation with a new ‘My Stream’ facility, an option to present the layout in a two column structure more like a magazine and for those people who get around a ‘saved locations’ function for easy flitting about.
- Infrastructure capabilities have been improved to support global growth and partnerships as n0tice.com moves into its next stage of development.
The new features add to a user experience which n0tice’s Matt McAlister hopes will help bring the digital and physical experiences of life together.
“We’re hopeful that n0tice can play an important new role in your world, helping you to become part of your surroundings.” (He reveals more about the thinking behind the developments on his personal blog here.)
We hope you’ll enjoy exploring the new n0tice.com and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all our enthusiastic beta users for their help – and patience. Their input has been invaluable and we’ve enjoyed the challenges they’ve presented.