Ever wanted to see your WoodworkingWeb activity history on one place? Well, now you can. You can find your latest activity on your profile page (Me → My Profile) and clicking on ‘view all’ will show your complete activity history. We’re tracking new posts (creations, blogs, topics), discussions, faves and followings. And yes, you can check the activity of other members as well. Enjoy!
What are your Top 5 can’t-live-without-them woodworking gadgets? … and why? ;)
Your WoodworkingWeb notifications are now easier to access and manage. When you click on the notifications button (the bell icon in the header if you have any), you will not be taken to a separate page anymore. Sleek notifications pop-up will open instead: Note, that we have also added a few handy features. You can remove any notification by clicking on the trash icon or even remove them all at once. Keep following more members to interact with the revamped Notifications tools more...
Yes, sometimes all it takes is just a small push. My favorite font called Roboto has been updated a few days ago, on January 14, 2015. It was used as the main font on WoodworkingWeb since the beginning. And the change was for worse. I immediately noticed it and it just didn’t look right. So, the perfectionist in me decided that it was time for a late Sunday coffee, a strong one, maybe two. And I started the process of testing, tweaking, testing again, comparing… I’m sure it’s similar to...
We’re fast approaching a nice milestone: 1,000 woodworking creations posted on WoodworkingWeb. Just the right time for a little fun contest :) Post a comment to this thread with your guess, when we will reach the 1,000 creations on WoodworkingWeb Use this format: month/day Each member can post only one guess Member of the guess which will be the closest to the day, when we’ll reach the 1,000 creations, wins! If there are two or more same guesses, the one which is posted...
We want to wish you a healthy, safe, and happy holiday season filled with joy and surrounded by loved ones. We’re so happy that you selected WoodworkingWeb as your online place to share and discuss your woodworking journey. Have the sharp tools, amazing wood grain and lots of creativity in 2015. … your WoodworkingWeb team: Martin, Michal and Debbie. P.S. Feel free to add your Happy New Year wishes below: