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The Curious Listener: Looking For Links In All The Wrong Places

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Over the last few months, you may have noticed that some of our blog and story pages on NPR.org have received a bit of a face lift. Well, we've undergone a few upgrades to make sure our content is now hitting more platforms and devices that ever before.

Beneath those formats changes are technical solutions and a responsive design that make it much easier to reach and even see our content however you might be accessing it: on desktops, tablets, phones and more. We've done a little reorganizing in the process too. So that go-to link might not be where you left it.

Find out how to keep sharing articles in the new format between in an exchange between NPR Listener Services and Vicki, a Curious Listener.

Since you've changed your format, I can't find how to email articles anymore... did you take away that function?

Vicki

Indianapolis, IN


Dear Vicki,

Thank you for contacting NPR.

The option to email a story can be found by clicking the Share tab that hovers in the right column of those pages.

Thank you for listening to NPR, and for your continued support of public broadcasting. For the latest news and information, visit NPR.org.

Sincerely,

Justin
NPR Audience Partnership
202-513-3232
www.npr.org

You can read more about this project in a blog post on the launch of the new blog experience at NPR.org.

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