New features on The Punch
There have been a few additions to the site you might like to know about.
Want to take up a reader’s point directly with them? You can now reply directly to them by clicking the “Reply” icon at the foot of each comment.
The Punch also now has a Facebook page, where there’ll be occasional updates during the day. Just log in to Facebook, browse to the Punch Facebook page, and hit the “Become a fan” button. You might even get to know other fans of the site through it.
One other thing we’ve done, by popular demand, is to set up a single Twitter feed of latest headlines. (Of course you can still follow the Punch crew individually on their own profiles; links below.)
There’ll be some more changes to come during the year. If there’s anything in particular you want to see, drop your suggestion in the comments below or email us at feedback (at) thepunch.com.au.
One other little tip which may be useful if you haven’t noticed it before – click on the tags at the top of any article and you’ll get a list of all the pieces published on that subject.
If you particularly want to stay across or dig back through Punch coverage of sport, politics, climate change, Tony Abbott, Kevin Rudd, men and women, or tech – it’s all there in the tags. (For anyone who uses RSS readers you can subscribe to each of these tag pages separately.)
Finally, if you’re not already subscribed to our morning email, with that morning’s Punch posts plus a nifty round-up of news headlines from Australia and abroad, you can sign up here - it takes 20 seconds.
Let us know in the comments if there’s anything else you’d like to see.
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