Posting content to the AppleVis website

Post Date: Tuesday, November 6, 2012

We ask that you do not use the AppleVis website as somewhere to promote or discuss your own website, podcast, YouTube channel, mailing list or other online resource.

An exception to the above rule is that you may post about your resource to an existing discussion if it provides information that is relevant and likely to be of interest and value. For example, if somebody is asking for help on using an app, then it would be totally appropriate to direct them to a podcast that you might have on your website.

Any posts that fall outside of these guidelines will be removed.

Post Date: Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Set out below are our rules concerning discussion on AppleVis of beta and preview releases of Apple software. 

The following types of posts are not permitted on the AppleVis website:

Post Date: Thursday, March 30, 2017

Yes, but there are two conditions that any post must satisfy:

Post Date: Tuesday, February 4, 2014
We do not allow users to post “For Sale” adverts to the forum. Quite simply, there are better and more appropriate places to sell your unwanted or old pieces of kit. We also do not want AppleVis to be caught in the middle of any fallout which may come from a bad sale or purchase.
 
If you are a manufacturer, agent or reseller, please contact the AppleVis Editorial Team before posting information about any products to the website.
Post Date: Friday, April 15, 2011

To update a post you have made to the AppleVis website, select the "Edit" link below the page's title. From there, you can edit or update the post's content.

To view a list of all the posts you have made to AppleVis, select the "My Account" link (near the top of any page) and then select the "Posts" link under the heading with your display name.

Post Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

It's possible that you might have found problems or solutions that the previous poster did not observe.

It is also possible that the existing entry refers to an earlier version of the app, and a subsequent update has either fixed past problems or introduced new ones.

The most useful and helpful thing you can do is to post your observations as a comment to the existing entry. You can do this by clicking on the 'Add new comment' link that appears below App Directory entries.

Post Date: Thursday, March 24, 2011

Please take a few moments to post any additional information as a reply to the original posting.

Post Date: Tuesday, March 22, 2011

No. If you have found an app to be inaccessible, please do post details to the App Directory.

Knowing about inaccessible apps is regarded by many users of this site as useful and valuable.

Other users might be willing to tolerate issues with an app that you consider make it inaccessible. This is particularly likely with apps that have desirable features not found in other apps or where there simply isn't a more accessible alternative.

Post Date: Thursday, February 20, 2014

If you have arrived here after receiving an email from one of our Editorial Team, then please read this page carefully. After that, if you still feel that your post has been edited or removed unreasonably, then please contact us.

We try to avoid overt moderation, but if people stray outside the reasonable requests listed below, then their postings will be removed by our Editorial Team. Those who persistently offend will be banned from using the website

Post Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Please read this page in full before recording a podcast for submission to AppleVis, as it contains tips and guidelines that will help you when making your recording and will ensure that your podcast will be of the greatest possible interest and value to listeners.

This page also sets out the guidelines and rules which inform our quality assurance process when reviewing podcast submissions.

Post Date: Friday, March 25, 2011

Please try to avoid simply saying "this app is accessible" or "this app is not accessible".

Instead, think about the kind of information that you find useful when browsing the App Directory. Think about anything you have learned whilst using the app that might help other users.

If the app is inaccessible, then give some indication of the problems. Some others might decide that they are willing to try and work around the problems that you have identified.

Post Date: Monday, March 21, 2011

Any content submitted by registered users is posted directly to the site, and their name will be shown.

However, unregistered users can still submit content. In this case it is not posted automatically to the site. Instead, it is mailed to the Site Admin, who manually checks the content and adds it to the site. In these cases the content is shown as being submitted by Unregistered User.