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By evankoh posted on 18 May 2018  -  43,183 views


One main feedback from new users of StocksCafe is that there are too many features and it can be too overwhelming to start using StocksCafe.

Therefore, I have designed a simple landing page which hopefully will help new users warm up to StocksCafe.

You can find the new welcome page here.

1) As you can see, there is still free space for more icons. Please suggest what other information you think would be useful for new users of StocksCafe.

2) It would be great if you can share this new page with your friends whom you think will benefit from using StocksCafe!

Happy investing!


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mithuprem - welcome page looks cool.
18 May 2018 21:39:15



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