This guide will teach you how to use Pandora to listen to music without an account, with an account, and with an upgraded Pandora One Account. It also discusses some important features of Pandora. 

Step 1: Open a Browser

Open an internet web browser such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox.

Type http://www.pandora.com/ into the url bar. There may be a URL search preview white box that appears in the center of your screen to offer suggested websites.
I agree with the commentary about the screenshots, but I still found this to be very helpful. I am looking forward to listening to Pandora at work now that I know how to use it. <br>-Stephanie ENGL 313
(From Sarah Saxton Eng 313) <br>Instructions are very specific and detailed which helps the user to get through the steps with out getting lost. My only suggestion is to have some more general screen shots instead of so many zoomed in ones to sort of give the user a more clear base of operation.
(Keenan from ENGL313) <br>Great job! I didn't know it was possible to listen to Pandora without first getting an account, so that's good to know. Aside from a few of the same criticisms, such as the amount of steps and the recycling of a few screenshots, I thought these instructions were really good. The only other thing to note was a grammar mistake on step 8, but that's it. Nice instructables :)
Thanks for your feedback Keenan. Many of the changes from the previous comments have been integrated for the revisions. The typo from step 8 has also been corrected.
Jenna Kozub engl313 <br> <br>These instructions were very well developed. I especially liked how you edited in the text-boxes to show what each button did on the web page. <br> <br>A few things to note, the instructions were very long and got a little repetitive with the same pictures. At one point I thought the page wasn't loading but then realized that the instructons underneath the picture were different. Maybe get rid of the picture, or label the step a different name. Other than that, very easy, well explained steps, thanks!
Thanks for your suggestions Jenna. Steps with the same image have been condensed into one step for the revised version.
(This is Michael Carolin responding for ENGL 313) <br> <br>Nice instructions! Here are my suggestions/criticisms. They are pretty picky/insignificant, but that's because your instructable is mostly problem-free: <br> <br>1) On step 2, the &quot;white text box&quot; you refer to is actually a URL search preview that Chrome/Firefox incorporate into their omnibar. &quot;Text box&quot; is a slightly vague, so I suggest you be more specific AND/OR use a paint program to annotate the picture and circle the url preview in red. <br> <br>2) For step 3: unless the user is in a full-screen mode, it will not be on the top left of their &quot;screen&quot;, it will be on the top left of their browser window. <br> <br>3) For steps 9 &amp; 10, you probably don't need to actually write anything below the picture since the picture explains everything. Instead, I would take the blurbs you already wrote under the pictures and place them in the step titles (which are currently empty). <br> <br>4) You refer to pictures as &quot;below&quot;, when they are actually above the text.
Thanks for your suggestions Michael. Many of them are integrated into the revised version. The &quot;below&quot; in reference to the pictures was because the pictures appeared below the text in the pdf version. Thank you for pointing out that the images are above the text in the web version. This has been updated as well.
Great job with the screenshots, but 27 steps is too many.<br> <br> Steps 1 &amp; 2 can be combined.<br> Steps 3 &amp; 4 can be omitted.<br> Steps 12-15 can be combined.<br> Step 18 has an irrelevant image.<br> Step 19 can be omitted.<br> Steps 23-26 can be combined.<br> <br> Title could be &quot;How to get started with Pandora.&quot;<br> <br> Good job with grammar and spelling.
Thank you for your suggestions. Many of them are now incorporated in the revisions above.

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