Movi Facebook Group

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  1. Neil Horsman

    Neil Horsman New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    We've just setup a FB group for Movi owners, operators and enthusiasts around the world. Just somewhere new to share tips, projects, create discussions and trouble shoot.

    It's not affiliated with Freefly Systems, but just another community platform. If you'd like to join please head on over to https://www.facebook.com/groups/movi.users/

    Many thanks,
    Neil.
     
  2. Derek Cooper

    Derek Cooper Active Member

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  3. Neil Horsman

    Neil Horsman New Member

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    Hi Derek,

    It's just a social platform for people who use Facebook to share information, projects and links with like-minded people.

    Neil.
     
  4. Derek Cooper

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    Understood, but aren't we already doing that here?

    Problem w FB is nothing is threaded and it becomes an un-organized mess IMHO.
     
  5. Steve Maller

    Steve Maller UAV Grief Counselor

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    Thanks for setting that up, Neil. Your link in the top post here has the wrong URL in it (which is weird because it looks right but goes to the wrong place).

    And Derek, Facebook and the FF forum are two different animals. Apples and oranges, as it were. And it's hard to argue with a potential audience of 1.6 billion people. :rolleyes:
     
  6. Neil Horsman

    Neil Horsman New Member

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    Thanks Steve, I've checked the URL and changed it to the correct link - strange!

    Fair point Derek - I see this forum (which is an invaluable resource) as more of a place for technical questions and issues, the FB group is designed to be more of a social platform for people to share within. Like Steve said, they are just very different, each with their own benefits and place.
     

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