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NEWS | Nov. 4, 2022

PS Magazine: New How-To Video Section Optimizes Website Experience

BLUF: PS Magazine introduces a new PS How-To Videos section.

Screen capture of PS website homepage
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Whether you’re a frequent visitor or a new reader of PS, you’ll like the new PS How-To Videos section. There you’ll find short tutorials (two minutes or less) designed to optimize your experience using the website.

Topics include Homepage Introduction, The Articles Tab, The Search Function and The Fleets Tab.  Stay tuned because we’ll add more videos over time.

You’ll find the link to the PS How-To Videos page under the Resources tab in a dropdown menu, as shown below.
Find PS How-To Videos under Resources tab
Find PS How-To Videos under Resources tab
From the Resources tab, select PS How-To Videos, and then click on the video you’d like to watch.
Want to get better search results faster? 
Click the link below to access our "how to" guide
After entering a keyword, you must hit or click the Search bar/box below for the function to work.
Simply hitting Return won't yield results.
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