ScubaEarth Update – New Features & Improvements

Origanlly Posted on June 3, 2013 by  http://padiproseurope.com/scubaearth-update-new-features-improvements/

ScubaEarth Update – New Features & Improvements

As you know, every day around the world, divers are exploring the underwater world by logging dives, taking photos, encountering amazing marine life and exploring fascinating sites. ScubaEarth is the online destination where all these things come together so divers can easily research and share their passion for diving. Importantly, PADI Members benefit from being at the center of this new and exciting online community.

The ScubaEarth team have been working tirelessly to improve the ScubaEarth experience for PADI Members and consumers since the BETA launch. Your feedback has helped us make important upgrades and refinements on the last few months. These include an overall faster site, improvements to logging a dive, general website fixes, and the ability to log in through Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn.

There are also some exciting new features launching in the next few weeks as part of the PADI Discover Scuba Diving updates which will help you promote this. These Discover Scuba Diving participants will enjoy having access to a trial of the new ScubaEarth Dive Dashboard and PADI eCards benefits. The Dive Dashboard is a dynamic real-time feature that lets divers track dive sites, marine species, buddies and destinations on interactive slates. They can easily add and customize slates to their preferences and keep track of what’s most important to them. They also have the great benefit of free access to all their PADI eCards, such as if they completed their PADI Open Water Diver course after their Discover Scuba Diving experience.

What’s New Snapshot:

  • Faster Website Speeds.
  • Logging A Dive Improvements.
  • Multiple Website Fixes.
  • Social Media Log In.
  • Advanced Search.
  • Profile Edit Refinements.
  • FAQ & Help Sections.
  • Photo Improvements.
  • Dive Site Refinements.
  • PADI Updates.

You can register for ScubaEarth via the PADI Pros’ Site or if you haven’t logged in for a while, please take the time to log in via scubaearth.com to view all the latest updates and see what’s new on ScubaEarth this month!

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