Add and Remove News Sources from Newsstand Library on HTC One M8
Edited by Thor, JellyBean, Eng
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video we are going to show you how to add and remove news sources to and from the My Library section of the Play Newsstand application on an HTC One M8.
To begin turn the phone on by pressing the Power button located on the top of the phone.
Once the phone has been activated, we will see the lock screen. To unlock the phone swipe the screen upwards.
Once the phone has been unlocked, we will see the home screen. At the bottom we will see some icons. It is one of these icons that we now need to access as we need to open up the applications folder.
To do that we need the icon located at the bottom of the home screen. In the middle we can see that there is a grid made up of white dots.
Press down on this icon and it will open up our "Apps" folder.
In this folder we need to find the "Play Newsstand" application. It has an icon of a blue piece of paper. Underneath that there are the words "Play Newsstand". The "Play Newsstand" application may be in any position in the "Apps" folder. Therefore, we'll need to find it.
Once we've found the "Play Newsstand" icon, press down on it to enter the application. Once the application has loaded, we need to make sure that we're in the "My Library" section. It should say the words, "My Library" in white at the top left corner of the screen.
If we're not in this section, we can press down on the icon in the top left-hand corner of the screen. The icon has three horizontal lines.
On the menu that appears, we can press down on the option where it says "My Library".
Once we're in that section, we want to demonstrate how to add and remove news sources. This is going to allow us to choose which news sources we want to view and see. The articles will appear in the different sections of the Play Newsstand application. Currently, we have a list of several news sources. If we scroll down we can see a list of all the news sources that have been added to this application. We have, for example, "The Wall Street Journal", "The New York Times" and some other ones that are maybe less useful, such as "Rolling Stones Now".
If we want to remove any of these options we can use the menu icon that has three small gray dots in a vertical line. Each news source has this icon at the bottom right corner of the news source tile.
If we want to remove one of these news sources, then just press down on that icon. This will open up a menu.
We can see at the bottom we have an option that says, "Remove source".
In this demonstration, we've selected "Saveur Daily". We're going to press down on "Remove source".
We can see it says, "Removed Saveur Daily".
We can undo it as well. There's an "Undo" option. If we do remove one of these news sources, we'll be able to undo that if desired.
If we want to add a news source, we need the icon that says the word "MORE" on it at the bottom right-hand corner. It also has a gray circle with a "+" in it.
If we press down on this section, it's going to open up all the different categories for news sources to "Explore".
We can see there's quite a lot, "TRAVEL", "SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.
Let's look at "TRAVEL". Press down on the "TRAVEL" box, and we can see several options.
We can see the news sources we are currently following or we've added because they have a white check in a blue circle. We can see we have the "Travel Channel" added. Also the "Travel" option is added under "Topics". Currently, it is only showing a few news sources related to "Travel".
If we want to add more, we can just press down on the blue box where it says "MORE", written in white.
It's going to open up all of the different options for Travel related news sources. This is the same for every one of these categories. We can follow the same procedure for each category.
If we want to add a news source, such as "VirtualWayfarer", which is "A travelogue, photo and video resource", we can press down on the blue circle with a "+" in the middle.
Now we can see it says, "Added VirtualWayfarer".
The circle now is blue, and it has a white check mark inside of it.
If we want to remove any news sources, we can do that this way as well. Just press down on that icon until the check has been removed, and the circle has the "+" inside of it again.
This concludes our tutorial on how to add and remove news sources to and from the My Library section of the Play Newsstand application on an HTC One M8. If you have any questions or comments regarding this video or about the process that you have seen in this video, then please leave them in the comment section below. We shall answer them for you.
Video: Add and Remove News Sources from Newsstand Library on HTC One M8
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