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Improving Citywire - can you help?
Rich Harris (Citywire)
Posted: 04 July 2011 09:30:06(UTC)

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Hi guys,

We're developing a new addition to the website at the moment and we'd love to know what you think of it.

If you'd be willing and able to come to our London office (Vauxhall SE11) on July 18 to test it and give us some feedback, please follow this link to let us know: <a href=""></a>

The session will take no more than 45 minutes and you'll be paid £40 for your time.

And if you have any feedback about the site right now, leave a comment here and I'll do what I can to follow it up. We're already working on revamping the forums - including an edit button - but if there's anything else that's bugging you, let me know.
Posted: 04 July 2011 11:04:54(UTC)

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Hi Mary: I know this has been suggested before by frustrated readers who can’t see and/or hear your new series of asset allocation videos, either because our broadband is too slow or because we’re hard of hearing, but please could you provide transcripts of useful videos such as these. You have said that are trying to find a way to do this, which is good, but really I don’t see why it’s difficult. I reckon it would take me less than half an hour to type out a transcript of your first asset allocation video, so can’t someone in your office just do this with all of them and put them on the website? It would be much appreciated.
Posted: 04 July 2011 13:02:53(UTC)

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I have just started to use your portfolio tool , so am not an expert.
There doesn't seem to any analysis options?
It would be very handy to be able to view a portfolio by country, region, sector, cap etc.
Apologies if these tools are there and it's just that I haven't found them yet.
Otherwise, tip-top site, thanks.
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