The Home Feed Overview - App

When you open your app you will be on the Home Feed. There are many things you can do here. Let's look at a few.

1. Make a post. 
Simply click on the box below "What's New" and start typing. You can also attach a photo or link to your post, use emoticons and tag your friends.


2. Read and respond to posts.
Scroll down the Home Feed page to read all about what our other members are up to. If you see a post that interests you, leave a comment. You can also click on the photo or name of a member to be taken to their profile where you can add them as a friend. 

3. Use the "Explore Map".
Click on  "[+] Show Explore Map" to view all the options for using the Explore Map. You can find members, parks, groups, friends, merchants, get-togethers and RV service at your current location, destination or at a future destination (Route Me) by using the drop-down menu and the buttons below the map.


4.Change what you see.
Click on the drop-down menu that says "All Activity" and choose what you would like to see on the Home Feed. You can change it back and forth whenever you'd like. 


5. Check your notifications.
Stay up to date with the comments and posts your friends make as well as invitations to get-togethers and groups by clicking on your "Notification Bell" on the top right-hand corner of your app, then on the content you want to see. When you're done reading the content click "Back" to go back to your notifications. 


6. Return to the Home Feed.
No matter where you are in the app you can always return to the Home Feed by clicking on the three white lines on the top left-hand corner and select "Home".


7. View How To Guide
If you need help navigating, click the "How To Guide" so you can find the tutorial you need. If you still can't find what you're looking for, contact our support team at and they will help you out. 


Now that you know how to get the most out of the home feed, head over to the site and start connecting with others by clicking HERE.


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