For many years I have been building websites and tools to operate such websites and I've always been facing the problem of what is exactly "user friendly experience". I have come up with the best possible solution - do the best you can, and then document the heck out of it.
To begin with, the administrator has been built and rebuilt many times to fit common users needs. I understand that not everyone is proficient with computer use and I've always tried to make tasks as easy as they can be. This said, in all honesty I don't believe that we even NEED training pages or videos but I don't want to leave any questions unanswered.
I went above and beyond and provided screenshots with explanations and related videos are available to you, as a user, on our tutorial page of this website. Don't forget to take a look at the videos section as well and keep in mind that we are constantly adding new instructional videos, related, but not limited to the administrator of the website.
If all else fails there's always the contact page. Note that the subject of your request will activate a keyword search within frequently asked questions, terminology pages, blog posts videos and various other tips that may relate to your question. Keep in mind that we are always busy updating the system, creating new templates and completing many other small tasks to make your experience with Find Your Net a pleasant one.