The Copperschools new social network,Coppersmith, has just launched a website that lets anyone share photos, videos, links and any other information they want with friends and family on a shared social network.
Copperscripts website is the latest innovation in the Coppers educational system, which has been run by the Coppersmiths since 2012.
The Copper Schools new social website is designed to help learners understand the intricacies of the coppersmithing process and its important to keep in touch with family and friends.
CopperSmiths website contains links to all of the social networks and the Coppertone family members that are currently active.
The website is set up so that you can post images, videos and other content directly from your computer, tablet or smartphone to the Coppschools social network to keep up with updates.
The site allows you to create and post your own images, photos and videos to the site.
There is also a forum for other members to discuss and exchange ideas about what they want to share with each other.
If you want to send an image, video or link from your phone to the new social site, click on the ‘Send Image’ button.
To start sending images, video and links, simply click on ‘View Images’ from the bottom of the page and select the photo, video, link.
To post your photo or video, click ‘Share’ from your right hand menu and select ‘Share with Facebook’.
The new social system is available to download for free and there are currently no plans to offer a subscription service.
The social networking website is also the first to be launched on mobile devices.
You can access the CoPPs social website from your mobile phone, desktop or laptop.
A free CoPPss social media app for iOS and Android has also been launched.
It is available on the App Store and Google Play.
The copperschool social network has also partnered with the Coppy family to launch a free smartphone app that helps users stay connected with the family.
The new Copps social network website is free to download and you can use to post and view images, texts and videos.
The app has been developed and tested by the family and is available now for free on the Copping schools website.