As part of CR's continued commitment to add tools that reef keepers can use, we have redeveloped the CR FishFinder™. The CR FishFinder™ is a great tool to show off your fish and also research new fish. FishFinder™ will help you figure out which fish are compatible with your system and existing fish. The more we fish entered into FishFinder, the more useful it becomes. CR FishFinder gets in touch with other members keeping fish that interest you.
FishFinder™ 2.0 brings with it a tighter integration with the rest of the forum. Unlike the first CR FishFinder™, the new system is searchable using the normal seach functionality. It also provides a discussion area like the other forums here on CR. I think you guys will find this system easier and more intuitive to use.
When you add a fish, you should only add one fish per thread. For example if you have 10 fish, you would complete one entry for each fish...so you would have 10 different threads. (Don't lump all your fish together into one entry...e.g., John's Fish.) The reason for this will be more obvious as you start using FishFinder™. If you get stuck entering your fish info, feel free to ask in this thread or chat. There is almost always someone around to help you out.
***Notice - FishFinder™ as it applies to online reefkeeping forums and associated software is a trademark of CaptiveReefs.
If you are interested in learning about reefkeeping or have a problem with your reef, our reefkeeping community is here to help. Feel free to ask a question or search our site. We have lots of experienced reefkeepers that are willing to provide free reefkeeping advice!
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