By: Michelle Schlachta, 6:25 PM GMT on May 30, 2014
Since launching the new WU design, we've been hard at work to address your concerns. The #1 request from fans of WunderPhotos has been to replace the 1-10 rating system with a feature that is simpler and more friendly. So, we have replaced the scoring mechanism with a “like-only” feature. Now, if you like a photo you can just click the “plus” button. Here’s how the new rating system works:
- You can plus a photo.
- You can only plus a photo...
By: Michelle Schlachta, 7:10 PM GMT on May 19, 2014
Calling all U.S.-based photographers! Share your most spectacular photo and enter this contest for the chance to win $15K.
We recognize “weather” is so much more than a forecast.
For this photo contest, we are looking for submissions that showcase a passion for Mother Nature and capture the beauty and power that she possesses.
Photo submissions should fit into one of the following categories: Living World, Adventure & The Elements.
By: Michelle Schlachta, 5:25 PM GMT on April 15, 2014
Your experience and feedback are what truly power this site and have helped to shape the redesign you see today. To make it happen, our product teams and developers have spent time with the Weather Underground community getting direct feedback through in-person interviews, video chats, phone calls, emails, surveys, blog comments - addressing issues and concerns any way they can.
Now, let’s address a principle we can all relate to. Change. It doesn’t a...
By: Michelle Schlachta, 6:15 PM GMT on March 11, 2014
The latest version of the WunderMap app has launched today, and we've added a new WunderPhotos layer for iOS devices!
Now you can view, share and submit beautiful weather photos from within the WunderMap app. The new layer shows WunderPhotos from the past month. You can tap on any photo to see it full screen, and share it with your friends via Twitter, Facebook, email, etc. The layer can be configured to show all approved photos, Approver's Choice, or V...
By: Michelle Schlachta, 6:11 PM GMT on August 06, 2013
We have expanded the Community Standards to include a bit more detail regarding how we review and manage content posted on our site. These rules refer most commonly to blogs and blog comments, but also pertain to photos (titles, captions, comments on photos, etc.), and virtually any place on WU where you're allowed to post content. If you're posting content on WU, please familiarize yourself with the "Rules of the Road" if you haven't already given them a good once-...
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