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Confused is an Understatement

Yesterday while on the site, things were going as normal all day long. Then all of a sudden, things began to change. And then more things. And then more. So I logged off, hoping today would bring answers. Wrong!

This image describes how I look as I browse through the site at all of the changes. Like an Easter egg hunt, go find the changes. I am not into games. Anyway, thought I would share this image with you. This is how I feel right now.

Always hoping for something good, and maybe, eventually we will get there. I think we should all take a pause and wait and see what happens here, if anything.

Remember,  if you are confused, then so are the rest of us. Nobody has answers but VIirly. Until we hear from them we are all in the dark, wondering around.


  • Have a wonderful day, ok?

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What do you think?

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Written by Carol DM


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  1. change is always hard. I have been playing with a bunch of things – there are things that work now that haven’t worked in 3 years. The site overall is slow at times. I think Alex Ledantes point is well taken, that in fact with a big rollout like this, there are going to be problems.

      • That doesn’t bother me as I keep pushing the edges of the site anyway. I know that there are others though who don’t want to chase features.

        I do understand your point, and I do understand why you are frustrated by the lack of communication.

        As I said in your other post I am trying to decide now if I want to stay or if it is time to go.

  2. I’m really pleased about the upgrade, Carol. There’s lots of stuff that was on our wishlist that has now been implemented, such as ability to edit and delete your posts, limit notifications to just the things you need to be notified about, etc. I’m happy the powers that be appear to have been listening to us 🙂

  3. This sort of event is not unknown – a number of sites that I use on a regular basis have undergone upgrades from time to time, causing much confusion at the outset. I generally find that things sort themselves out in time, and that sometimes I need to approach my use of the sites in a slightly different way, but after a while one gets used to the new look and feel and wonders what all the fuss was about.

    I have a feeling that this will apply to Virily in exactly the same way!


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