If you’re interested in using Michael Fiore’s Text Your Ex Back system to get your ex back, you may have heard people mention the “Text Your Ex Back dashboard”. Before I purchased the program, I came across the term on a few of the Text Your Ex Back reviews I visited. I always wondered what it was and thought it might be an upgraded feature or something.
But that’s not the case at all…
Introduced in Text Your Ex Back 2.0, the dashboard simply refers to the brand new member’s area. Prior to TXB 2.0, the program was a 76-page ebook that you downloaded to your computer. Now, it includes a full member’s only area with video, audio, and PDF content along with a support system for asking questions and getting help.
You can think of the Text Your Ex Back dashboard as a “control panel” for navigating through all of the program’s content.
The dashboard is made up of 4 main areas. These are:
The “Dashboard” link is much like the “Home” button you see on many websites. It’s the first page you land on when you login and also includes an audio file you can listen to from a woman named Laura who successfully used Text Your Ex Back to get her ex boyfriend back.
The “Modules” area of the dashboard lets you navigate through the 11 different sections of the course.
Inside “Bonuses”, you’ll find additional content that is included free when you purchase the Text Your Ex Back program. These are the 100 Ready-To-Use-Texts PDF, 2 audio interviews covering forgiveness and the psychology of cheating, and Facebook Romance Secrets.
The “FAQs” section of the dashboard takes you to a page where Michael Fiore answers the most commonly asked questions about the Text Your Ex Back system.
So if you see the term “Text Your Ex Back dashboard” tossed around, don’t be alarmed. It’s simply referring to the newest edition of the Text Your Ex Back program. It makes it much easier to navigate the content directly online without needing to download anything to your computer.