Guides are a big part of AFTVnews. You guys love following them, and I love writing them for you. They’re easily the most popular content I produce. That’s why I’m going to dedicate some time towards making existing and future guides better than ever. For starters, I’m going to be writing several new guides covering basic topics that are probably common knowledge to most of you. This way I’ll have something to reference in future guides instead of repeating the same information over and over. As a result, future guides will be shorter and easier to follow for experienced users without compromising any basic information needed by novice users. Once I’m happy with the state of the guides, I plan to create a directory that organizes all of the guides by topic and lists them on a single page for easy discoverability.
So when you start seeing new rudimentary guides or rewritten old guides show up on the homepage, know that I haven’t lost my mind or run out of topics to cover. I’m merely doing some tidying up that should make guides, old and new, better for everyone.
thanks so much for all your work on this great site. I use these guides almost daily. It’s such a valuable resource!
Agreed! Thanks for your efforts. I knew I donated for a reason!
Thanks for the hard work!! I will definitely donate..
Can you perhaps go over the benefits, if any, of using the SPMC build over the vanilla XBMC for the Fire TV (stick)
I would love to see a Guide covering configuration of a Flirc/Harmony remote combination that covers both the FireTV & XBMC funcationality.