Saturday, January 17, 2015

Getting help when using Droid Explorer

A few days ago I showed some screenshots of some of the work that I have done in the next version of Droid Explorer. One of the things that I talked about was how I will monitor the DroidExplorer tag on Android Enthusiasts. Here is how that will also play a part in the next version of Droid Explorer.

askforhelp

Right from the UI, you will be able to quickly get to the Android Enthusiasts questions that are tagged with DroidExplorer. If those don’t help, you can ask your own question. Just make sure you use the correct tag and that your questions are detailed and specific. If they are bug reports, they will not be answered and they will probably be closed. Bug reports will still go on the Issue Tracker.

 

I have also implemented another way to keep up to date with new releases and new code commits. If you are a Pushbullet user, you can subscribe to the Droid Explorer Channels:

Getting help when using Droid Explorer

A few days ago I showed some screenshots of some of the work that I have done in the next version of Droid Explorer. One of the things that I talked about was how I will monitor the DroidExplorer tag on Android Enthusiasts. Here is how that will also play a part in the next version of Droid Explorer.

askforhelp

Right from the UI, you will be able to quickly get to the Android Enthusiasts questions that are tagged with DroidExplorer. If those don’t help, you can ask your own question. Just make sure you use the correct tag and that your questions are detailed and specific. If they are bug reports, they will not be answered and they will probably be closed. Bug reports will still go on the Issue Tracker.

 

I have also implemented another way to keep up to date with new releases and new code commits. If you are a Pushbullet user, you can subscribe to the Droid Explorer Channels: