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Exciting Changes: #ResearchBites Has a New Home!
We're moving Panoptic Research from Substack to Panoptic.xyz
Dear #ResearchBites Readers,
We're excited to announce some important changes to #ResearchBites. To serve you better, we're moving all our content from Substack to our official website.
As part of our continued efforts to enhance your experience and streamline our content, you will now find all our research pieces on https://panoptic.xyz/research/.
Why is this great news for you?
1. Everything in One Place:
Instead of hopping between Substack and our website, you'll have all our content consolidated in a single location. This makes it easier for you to navigate and access all our resources. From our in-depth research pieces to informative blogs, the whitepaper, comprehensive docs, and our interactive web app, it's all just a click away.
2. Explore with Enhanced Search
We're also thrilled to announce that we've implemented a powerful new search feature on our site. This search engine not only combs through our research articles but also our blogs, docs, and all other resources. Whether you're looking for a specific #ResearchBites piece or a specific topic within our website, just enter your keywords into the search bar and results from all corners of our website will appear. This is another step towards making our content more accessible and easier to navigate.
3. Stay Connected with RSS:
No need to worry about missing our latest research. You can now subscribe to our RSS feed at https://panoptic.xyz/research/rss.xml. If you're new to RSS feeds, they are a great way to get notified when we publish new content. All you need is an RSS reader. Here's how to do it:
Find an RSS Reader: There are many available, both free and paid. Some popular options include Feedly, The Old Reader, and Inoreader. Choose the one that best suits your needs and sign up for an account.
Add a New Feed: In your chosen RSS reader, look for an option to "Add a New Feed" or "Subscribe." This will typically be a button or link.
Enter the RSS Feed URL: Copy the URL https://panoptic.xyz/research/rss.xml and paste it into the box that appears when you choose to add a new feed. After you've entered the URL, confirm or click "Subscribe."
Browse Your Feed: Once you've added the feed, new updates from #ResearchBites will appear in your RSS reader, letting you keep up with all the latest posts in one convenient place.
These changes reflect our commitment to providing you with a seamless and enriching reader experience. Our new website gives us the ability to incorporate more engaging and dynamic content formats and create a more personalized user experience.
Thank you for your continuous support and engagement with #ResearchBites. We're excited about this next chapter and look forward to seeing you on our new platform!