I can now send the groups to their own details pages, and our staff to the admin overview page.
I use a number of Michael's extensions, and am always happy with them.
I send out regular emails to a variety of groups, with the information changing based on time. By setting up a cron job to automate the group the user is assigned to, and saving the email text as an article, I use SP Newsletters to semi-automate my mailouts. It saves a huge amount of time, and personalises the email...
...and the support is quick and friendly, and helpful.
Easy, simple and clear instructions. Follow them and you won't go wrong!
Thanks and we are always on the lookout for changes that effect our extensions, which is why we spotted this coming and created this module to allow everyone to keep using their twitter feed free of charge. Thanks for your feedback and support!
Nevertheless, it's a brilliant extension, which should be built into the core.
You are right concerning the improvements on the documentation and making it easier to upgrade. We should be able to start working on that shortly, with results visible in the first quarter of 2013.
A forum is a bit more difficult to organize, though. There are few people actually asking questions through the existing contact facilities anyway. It is definitely not a flood. A rather empty forum may not be that useful either ...
We may run into the same problem for doing a FAQ. There seem to be relatively few questions, and definitely no "frequently" asked ones.
In order to move to an entirely site-advertisement -or free-of-charge download and not descend into abandonware hell, we would need at least a thousand times more users ...
Improvements would be more options in the module once it has been loaded: change variables mainly... and a way of copying the formulae rather than having to key them manually in each time.
But aside from that, this is an excellent alternative to the norm (as long as the generator page doesn't disappear!)