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I wanted to give you all a heads-up that next week we will be launching a new Community platform on Harlequin.com. We’ve been testing it for over a month and don’t expect any problems, but of course you never know!
All of the navigation on the main Harlequin site will be updated to point to the new boards, however if you have been using bookmarks to access your favourite discussions and then try to use them after we’ve migrated, you will get an error message. The best thing to do is to use the site navigation to find your way to our new location or type in http://community.harlequin.com. That link will remain the same.
We hope that you will join us and continue to tell us your stories, share your tips and remain a part of our online presence even as we shift into this different space.Things will look a lot different on the new platform, but it’s still a place to talk about reading and writing with your fellow Harlequin fans.
The hosts and I will be on-hand to address member questions and concerns, so please keep us in the loop if any unexpected issues arise.
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