Yellowdig is a responsive web application that automatically changes its layout to accommodate small browser windows. In other words, Yellowdig automatically renders in YD mobile view on phones and tablets, allowing users to access Yellowdig on their mobile devices inside a mobile-friendly user interface. Accessing Yellowdig on your phone or tablet is as easy as opening your browser and logging into Yellowdig.
How to log into Yellowdig on your mobile device
If you already have a Yellowdig account, you can log in by going to yellowdig.app/login on your device and submitting your login credentials. Your username is the email address associated with your Yellowdig account. If you do not know your Yellowdig password, click the Recover Password link.
Once you've logged into Yellowdig on your device, your session should remain valid for a significant period of time. Hence, you can access Yellowdig on your phone without having to submit login credentials every time.
How to navigate YD mobile view
When you first enter the platform, you'll land on your My Communities page. From there, you can click on the collapsed menu icon (≡) to Discover new communities, access Recent Communities, and—if you're an administrator—access Organization Settings.
Click on your Avatar icon in the upper-right hand corner to read Messages, access Profile and Account Settings, move to a different Network, and access Notifications. If you're using an iPhone, you can preview the contents of your notifications without leaving your current Community by pressing firmly on the relevant notification hyperlink.
Inside your Community, you can Expand and Collapse Posts, apply Filters, and Sort your Feed.
Use the toolbar just above the +CREATE button to access other pages in your Community, including My Participation. If you are Community Owner or Facilitator, you can also access the Community Health portal, and you can open tooltips, sort tables, and view graphs.
How to interact in YD mobile view
Click the +CREATE button to begin composing a Post. You can use the rich text editor to format text, and you can add Topics, Emojis, and other items from the Post Toolbox, just as you would in YD desktop view.