One of the easiest ways to add newsletters, especially with multiple networks, is from the Network section of your Odysen account. From this, you can view current newsletters or add new ones to all your networks at the same time.
For some background, a newsletter will automatically send you an email summary of any new content or comments that have been shared with you.
Adding and editing newsletters from your account
- List of networks: This is organized in two lists, one for the networks that you’re an administrator of, the other for the networks that you’re a guest of.
- Newsletter status: If a newsletter is already scheduled, the frequency will be displayed, such as hourly, daily, weekly, etc. If a newsletter isn’t scheduled, you’ll see a link to add one.
- Adding newsletters: For networks that don’t have a newsletter, simply click to add, schedule the frequency, the next delivery date and you’re done. From here, you can go onto the next network, add a newsletter with the same or different frequency and so on.
You can also add newsletters from each individual network, just click the link Newsletter on the top left of any network page.
Learn more about adding a newsletter to your network, including the key features, FAQs, and other relevant blog articles.
For anyone interested in visiting or curious to learn more about the Maldives, here’s a brief overview for getting started.
- 1. There are about 330,000 people that live in the Maldives archipelago.
- 2. Located in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is about 400 km or 250 miles southwest of India. It’s made up of 26 atolls and 1,192 coral islands.
- 3. It’s the lowest country worldwide, with the average at almost 5 feet and the peak at almost 8 feet.
- 4. The official language is Maldivian or Dhivehi although English is commonly used.
- 5. The Maldives became an independent country from the UK in 1965.
- 6. The largest city and capital is Male with about 63,000 people, followed by Addu City, Fuvahmulah, Kulhudhuffushi, Thinadhoo, Naifaru, and Hinnavaru.
- 7. The cuisine in the Maldives includes coconuts, curries, and many types of seafood, such as skipjack tuna, yellowfin tuna, wahoo, mahi mahi, mackeral and more.
- 8. The currency used is the Maldivian Rufiyaa, MVR. The main industries are tourism and fishing.
- 9. Diving is popular activity in the Maldives, showcasing amongst other things one of best places to view sharks worldwide.
- 10. There are about 1 million people that visit or are tourists to the Maldives every year. Attractions include Sultan Park, built in the 16th century as well as the many islands, beaches, and diving opportunities.
Have your own networks with others in the Maldives
If you regularly share content or work with people in the Maldives, here are a few benefits you get from using an Odysen solution:
- Use in your preferred language, this includes English and 33 others.
- Have separate networks for different groups, keeping content focused for each. This could be having separate networks for different groups of friends, family members, organizations as well as using in professional environments, having separate networks for different clients or customers.
- Organize content with easy to use folders, add sub-folders to expand and see integrated views from respective parent folders.
- Within each folder you can add content to the applications, including actions, notes, events, polls, photos, graphics, audio files, office files, videos, websites, and blogs.
- Get started and invite other users for free with the Basic plan. This includes the ability create as many networks as you’d like, use the applications, and have initial storage for your photos, office files, audio and video files.
Learn more about having your own networks with others in the Maldives, including using the applications, languages available, solution examples, and relevant blog articles.
For anyone interested in the different poets over the years, here’s a short list of some of the more recognized ones, organized by their date of birth and nationality.
- 1. Homer, 8th century BC, Greek
- 2. Ovid, 43 BC, Roman
- 3. Aeschylus, 2nd century AD, Greek
- 4. Omar Khayyam, 1048, Persian, from Nishapur and Bukhara, Uzbekistan
- 5. Rumi, 1207, Persian, from Tajikistan, Nichapur, Baghdad, Damascus, and Turkey
- 6. Dante Alighieri, 1265, Italian
- 7. Giovanni Boccaccio, 1313, Italian
- 8. Geoffrey Chaucer, 1343, English
- 9. Francois Villon, 1431, French
- 10. William Shakespeare, 1564, English
- 11. John Donne, 1572, English
- 12. John Milton, 1608, English
- 13. Goethe, 1749, German
- 14. William Blake, 1757, English
- 15. Pushkin, 1799, Russian
- 16. Edgar Allen Poe, 1809, American
- 17. Whitman, 1819, American
- 18. Melville, 1819, American, New York
- 19. Emily Dickinson, 1830, American, Massachusetts
- 20. Rimbaud, 1854, French
- 21. Yeats, 1865, Irish
- 22. Rilke, 1875, Austrian
- 23. Ezra Pound, 1885, American
- 24. D.H. Lawrence, 1885, English
- 25. T.S. Eliot, 1888, American & British
- 26. Fernando Pessoa, 1888, Portuguese
- 27. Pablo Neruda, 1904, Chilean
- 28. Dylan Thomas, 1914, Welsh
- 29. Charles Bukowski, 1920, American
- 30. Allen Ginsberg, 1926, American
Organize your writings on your own network
If you’re a writer or thinking about writing your own poems, you can use an Odysen network to help organize your work. Here are a few benefits you get from doing so:
- Storing backups: Keep backups of your work in case something bad happens to your main computer, store poems in notes or upload a word file to Documents.
- Sharing with others: If you’re looking to get feedback on your work, you can either add others to your existing network or create a sub-network just for them.
- Publication: If you’re ready to try to get your work published, you can use your network to centralize a few of your activities. This could be adding websites for various literary journals, magazines, book publishers, as well as those for DIY publishing services.
- Privacy: As it’s your network, you own your content and only others you’ve invited will have access to view it. Helpful for keeping the rough drafts under wraps until the appropriate polish has been taken care of.
- Low cost: You can get started or use on an occasional basis for free with the Basic plan, allowing you to add 50 content items, have 1 GB of storage, and create as many networks as you’d like. Later you can upgrade to a relatively low cost plan for more active usage.
Learn more about having your own network for writing, including using the applications, the benefits, and other relevant blog articles.keep looking »