Here I answer the most frequently asked questions with screenshots of docmolly.com in action. If you still have a question, contact me and I’ll reply within 24 hours.
Play Lessons on Your Computer, Tablet or Phone –
Member Pages on This Site – When you open a member page for a specific series you will see podcast players for each lesson in that series.
The READ & LISTEN button opens a new page where all the lessons in that series appear with their respective player and show notes. Here you can give me feedback or ask a question about a particular lesson.
You can also view show notes from the member page using the links to their PDFs.
Finally, when a series contains more than 9 lessons, you will see a feed player like the one pictured below, rather than individual podcast players.
Learn on the Go – Subscribing to the podcast feeds (RSS feeds) are a great option for those who want to download lessons to their phone or tablet for learning on the go. Each podcast feed contains all the lessons in a series (e.g. Abdominal Pain). When a new lesson is added to a series, you automatically receive it through your feed. These feeds are found on the member pages.
On most smartphones and tablets, all you have to do is click the RSS feed link to subscribe. The graphic below shows what it looks like on an iPhone. OJO: Some iPhones will first ask if you want to open the page in the News app before redirecting to the Podcasts app. Click “Open”. It will then redirect to the Podcasts app.
OJO: After clicking on the link and before hitting “subscribe,” make sure that the feed url contains your unique ID key at the end (https:docmolly.com/feed/?key=*****). If you do not see this key, you must copy & paste your RSS feed url into your podcatcher.
If clicking on the RSS feed does not automatically open the podcatcher installed on your device, you can subscribe by copying and pasting your RSS feed url into your podcatcher (e.g. iTunes, Podcasts, Podcast Addict, Overcast).
The graphic below shows how to manually subscribe in the Podcasts app on an iPhone or iPad.
Here’s how to subscribe in iTunes on your computer.
Paste RSS feed url into window that pops up and click subscribe.Many podcatchers (e.g. Podcasts, Podcast Addict, Overcast) make it easy to view show notes as you listen.
Series vs Master Podcast Feeds – You have the option to subscribe to the master feed containing all the podcast series under your subscription or individual feeds containing only the podcasts in a specific series (e.g. Reflexive Verbs). All Access members have 3 master feeds: Spanish Grammar, Medical Spanish and Medical History and Exam.
If you have any further questions, contact me and I’ll respond within 24 hours.