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What are the peak use times for Mumsnet?

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PrettyCandles Wed 17-Aug-05 14:17:15

My peak use times are during afternoon naps!

jessicaandbumpsmummy Wed 17-Aug-05 14:17:42

From 7am - 11pm minimum!!!

madmarchhare Wed 17-Aug-05 14:18:14

dito PC

oliveoil Wed 17-Aug-05 14:18:27

I bob in all day when in work, never at home, or v rarely.

dropinthe Wed 17-Aug-05 14:18:32

Mine are morning between 8 and 10-lunchtime between 11 and 3 and evenings between 4 and 7!1




I need a real life!

gingerbear Wed 17-Aug-05 14:26:46

on and off all day at work. After 8pm at home unless DH demands I attend to his needs and 'leave that dammed computer alone'

purpleturtle Wed 17-Aug-05 14:40:43

whenever - oh the joys of broadband!

Also, more likely if any kind of housework needs to be done.

LeTech Fri 19-Aug-05 11:37:00

There is a mid-morning rush and an evening rush for sure. If you keep an eye on active convo's you can see one set of posters (either posting on work time or at home) mostly in the day then another larger set in the evening.

The server is at its busiest around 8pm usually.

basketcase Fri 19-Aug-05 11:39:33

First thing in the morning with a cuppa - get the kids dressed, fed, settle them down with a nice activity and have a little time to myself. Then can’t stop popping in and out to see what happened to different threads etc. throughout the day - too addictive

emily05 Fri 19-Aug-05 12:25:24

I tend to have mumsnet shifts!!

8.30 - 9.30 morning mumsnet session!
11 - 12.30 afternoon mumsnet session
6 - 7 evening mumsnets session!

mind you I do other stuff online whilst nipping back to mumsnet.

cod Fri 19-Aug-05 18:25:34

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Gobbledigook Fri 19-Aug-05 18:29:47

In term time - 10.30ish till 12.50 (when I have to do nursery pick up), then again from about 8pm onwards (when I'm supposedly working)

In non-term time - any time I can just pop on, then again in the evening.

Could come on during weekends if working but it's normally boring and quiet here.

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