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Mobicip E-Newsletter: Mobicip (beta) For Windows 7 & Time Limits

SUREN on October 05, 2010

 
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In this issue...

  1. Mobicip (Beta) for WIndows 7
  2. Time Limits Now Live!
  3. FAQ Spotlight: Why Are My Reports Empty?
  4. New: How To Videos

 

Mobicip (beta) For Windows 7

We are constantly asked by parents and schools if Mobicip has a Windows edition that will offer the same protection for young users on netbook, laptop and desktop computers. We have worked hard to develop a solution for PCs in response to such requests and are excited to announce that Mobicip for Windows 7 is available for a free trial.

At this time, we are seeking beta users who want to try Mobicip on Windows 7. If you have already expressed interest, you should hear from us shortly about next steps. There is no charge to participate in the beta program. Our iOS solution was built on the able support from thousands of parents like you. We only expect similar feedback and support as we roll out Mobicip on Windows. To participate in the beta, simply express your interest via email or through the contact form.

Time Limits Now Live!

Mobicip.com Premium users can now setup time limits for Internet access by following this link. You can restrict Internet access by time of day or days of the week.

Please bookmark the page in your browser as there are no navigational links at this time when you login at Mobicip.com. Based on the feedback we receive from this beta rollout, we will make the feature widely available to all Premium users.

Please try the feature and let us know how you like it. Your feedback is much appreciated and will help us improve the feature for all users.

 

FAQ Spotlight: Why Are My Reports Empty?

This is the single most common question we are asked by our users and the most common reason to upgrade to the Premium service. It probably means your setup is not foolproof. See this article to troubleshoot the setup and ensure that Mobicip is the only browser on the device.


New: How To Videos

Check out the new videos on Mobicip's YouTube channel and share it with your friends and family.

If there are other issues or features you want to highlight to us, please send a quick note to support@mobicip.com. We will continue to listen to your feedback and fix problems as best we can.

Sincerely
Mobicip.com Crew

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