The Campfire Manual

The go-to place to find out what this community is all about and how the site works
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by Pete Lawrence
Frome, Somerset, United Kingdom,
Created on 29 Feb 2016

We're gathering together all the resource documents and tutorials to make your Campfire experience easier and more seamless..

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14 Nov 2016 at 04:18 by Pete Lawrence
A good place to start - with tutorials and other resources for understanding Campfire and making best use of its features, whether online or in real life
3 Aug. 2016 by Pete Lawrence

Here's our starter video, helping you work through how to make status updates, create more evolved posts, view your activity and make friends. There will be more tutorial videos as soon as we can get them done!  

20 Nov. 2016 by Pete Lawrence
How much value do you place on building a community? It's clear that there is no such thing as a free lunch and this new online community has be much more than a social network; it has to look way beyond just providing a service. What does it take to become an inclusive and diverse club working for the good of all
1 Feb. 2017 by Pete Lawrence
A few people have asked me to post on where I think certain types of content work most effectively on the Campfire site, so I'll have a go here.
31 Aug. 2017 by Pete Lawrence
Friday 1st September has been a landmark day in my calendar for a long time now - and there have been times when I've doubted whether we'll make it at all. But after two and half years preparing and building the Campfire Convention social network, I am very happy to now be launched and open for membership. That means breaking out from being such a well-kept secret and telling folks out there that we've got something special going on here that they might just like.
17 Nov. 2016 by Pete Lawrence

The forum is often the lifeblood of the online community - the place where you can tell stories, ask questions, discuss any number of issues, give tips and advice, listen to others' issues and passions. It serves as an alternative to posting on your own wall, is immediate and spontaneous and is likely to be seen by a wider section of the community not just your friends and followers. 

10 Jan. 2017 by Pete Lawrence
How to find all site members list, how to add photos into posts, follow threads, tag other members...Find your way around Campfire more easily with these top tips.