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MFP mobile app recently featured on AppAdvice.com.
To all the 'kick ass' women and men who continue to strive for equality and fairness, which means progress for all.
Here's to more adventures in 2017
It’s all because of you. Your drive in doing interesting and fun things, getting out and about to great places, is why we love doing what we do. Thank you for being amazing and for choosing us to help you record your favorite places. Where will you go in 2017?
My Fave Places team
We're VERY excited with this release. You will LOVE the updates to notifications, messages and Facebook share.
- Add a personal message when sharing a fave place with another MFP follower. Write a custom message such as "this is the place I was telling you about" or "beer time here!" Your followers will find the message in their Notifications area of the app. You can add emoji's too :)
- Notifications from your followers & friends are easier to find. We've added a red counter inside the app. Tap the gold bars to reveal the menu.
- Facebook check-in/sharing a place from the app has been enhanced. Share your fave places!
- Pins are now colored red and are easier to see.
- Fixed the Change Password & Reset Password.
- Removed the import button that auto saved to Unfiled folder button, which was confusing to some users. Now just tap Save button below the place and select the folder you want to categorize the place into. To move a saved place to another folder, tap the Save button again.
- Other tweaks to make even more iOS10 compatible.
We always appreciate feedback and love if you can tell your friends. Love the app? Post a review in the App Store. Got feedback? You can always message us from the Feedback button in the app (in Settings behind your photo) and from MyFavePlaces.com.
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Inviting family, friends and business contacts to follow you is even easier. Download the latest update from the Apple store today.
We've also move the Settings button to your profile. Tap your image/avatar circle above your name and on the Profile page you'll see the cog wheel icon there.
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Two much requested location features have been added to the A-Z lists
- You can now see the location below the name of the faved places. No more wondering which city or suburb that business is, especially in your friends lists.
- You can now search by city, state, zip, post code inside the A-Z lists.
Plus a shortcut to Articles has been added when using 3D touch on app icon.
Let us know what else you would like to see!
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FOUNDER: MY FAVE PLACES APP
Interviewed by: Justyna Kedra (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BASED IN: NEW YORK
With MyFavePlaces.com online you can find curated recommendations from independent experts for things to do, places to visit, eat, drink as well as buy tickets to concerts, shows and major sporting events. With the free MFP mobile app you can save all you favorite places into the one app whatever and wherever in the world they may be. No longer are you juggling multiple apps to remember all your travel, food, drinks, kids, spa etc. places. Now they are all saved in an elegant clean app design. You can connect and share places with your trusted network of people ad keep places private too. As its only favorite places you avoid any negativity or false reviews, cluttering advertising or gimmicks such as badges that appear in other apps. In future you’ll make reservations and bookings through app, plus lots more cool stuff planned.
We’re early days now but the vision is that MFP will be your A-Z toolkit for recording and managing your lifestyle and connecting with friends and business.
Do you believe that anyone can become an entrepreneur? Do you think that everyone should try?
Not everyone can be a business entrepreneur. There is a particular mind-set, drive, willingness to learn, take risk and self-motivation that’s required plus having strategic vision with a laser-like focus. However, everybody should try to be an entrepreneur at something they love (hobby, volunteer or home skill) and get better at it and perhaps make it better for others too.
How do you keep yourself motivated when you can’t keep going anymore?
I firstly have to like the product (I do). Then I think of what the options are if I stopped. How would I feel? Terrible. While I constantly question if the product or service is worth it and if it is, that keeps me motivated. In this case [MFP] I haven’t found a superior product that meets what I need the core service to do today, nor where I want to take it. Plus if I fast forward to being 80years old and look back would I be happy if I hadn’t tried or just settled for second best. No. That’s not in my DNA.
Someone once said that you can’t tell your big dreams to small minded people. Do you believe that it’s a true statement? Why do you think that people close to us don’t often believe in our dreams / don’t understand what we are trying to accomplish?
Part a) I agree with the statement for a few reasons. People get jealous of people whom they think might succeed. People get competitive. Other times people get scared of change if they think it’s going to impact them or they may worry for the entrepreneur’s wellbeing. Some people just can’t think in terms of big picture. It’s not their style or a frame of reference they are used to working with.
Part b) is for many of the reasons outlined in a). However often it is they can’t believe that the person they think they know so well, has a dream and a destiny that is different from their own.
Why do you think now is the time to be a female entrepreneur? Do you believe that times are changing for the better? Is it harder being a female entrepreneur or do you think it doesn’t really matter?
I think it’s an amazing time to be a female entrepreneur. Probably the best time EVER and we have to keep that going, expand and make it the norm. It is particularly good in the US cities, more than anywhere else in the world. We are lucky here. It gets harder as you move outside of the metro areas of cities like New York, LA etc. and look outside where you have countries where women don’t have equal rights: legally or culturally.
Help other women and help the guys who help women. If you are given advice, listen even if you don’t agree, but think about why they feel its important to share. You still don’t have to agree with it but understand their perspective! Surround yourself with smart motivated people, who are self-driven, seek to better themselves and always act with integrity. Cut the naysayers, they are draining. Your reputation is very important and networks. Constantly learn, read widely and attend events. Be prepared to evolve, seek to get better and in turn become a deeper person. Maintain the internal fire and passion, but take care not to burn those around you with it.
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