Did you know FPF has a mobile app? Compose a posting, search the archive, and more… all in one place!
“Wow! Hyped about the app keep up the incredible work, team. Love Front Porch Forum, always find what I’m looking for using it ” • Zach in St. Albans, Vt.
“Downloaded the app instantly! I’m so happy there is an app now. Its aesthetically pleasing, easy to use, and elegant in it’s simplicity – great work to all of you who developed it and my sincere gratitude!” • Melissa in Rutland
“Get the App…best thing since sliced bread. I will now be able to keep up with it daily. Thank you FPF“ • Tammy in Morrisville, Vt.
“FPF has come of age! Love the ease of mobility when I want to check out other forums.” • Paul and Rosie in Burlington, Vt.
“Thank you! What a delight to use!” • Mary in Starksboro, Vt.
“Great idea about the FPF app! Just downloaded!” • Rebecca in Berlin, Vt.
“Took me about 30 seconds to upload and sign on. Looks like a great way to get this daily information.” • Marie in Shelburne, Vt.
Looking for a recommendation from an old, “lost” posting on Front Porch Forum? Members remind us that you can use our “Search” function with great success! (Searching past posting is available both on our website and the FPF mobile app!)
“I notice a lot of requests for past postings that people are requesting. If you were to log into your Front Porch Forum Account, Click on the “Search” button and type in a key word. This will bring up all sorts of past postings that you are looking for. I’ve done this numerous times in the past.” • Michael in Bristol
“If you are looking for old posts, you do not have to wait until you post a question and (hopefully) get an answer the next day. Just go to frontporchforum.com, sign in and hit search archives. If you just type the pertinent words in the right side of the page, it finds any posts on the subject for whatever date range you request and whichever neighborhoods you want. If you want a phrase, put quotes around the phrase or it might find anything with any of the words. It may find even some posts you did not recall seeing in the first place which could be helpful. I’ve used this more times than I can count to locate people and find recommendations.” • Donna in Calais
“It really helps to post recommendations to the Forum as opposed to emailing the author.” • Nancy in Fairfax
“If you need to search past issues of FPF, go to the login page and the third option on the top menu is “search archive.” It is a very useful function.” • Laury in Montpelier
Exciting news you can now use FPF’s new mobile app to connect with your neighbors. The app makes it easy and quick to keep up on community goings-on, post to your neighbors, and more.
P.S. Of course, you’re still welcome to access your local FPF via email or our website too!