We have some insider info we’d like to share with you! In the upcoming weeks, we will be launching a new and improved Get Help page. This is a result of the feedback we received during the workshop we held with some of you last year and, before the new web pages go live, we’d love to get your support once more.
Here are the ways you can get involved:
Depending on the number of volunteers we get, we may not be able to collect feedback from everyone. If that’s the case, we’d still like to hear from you after the pages have launched. Our goal with these changes is to make it clearer, simpler and faster for you to get and give help. We look forward to your involvement before the big reveal!
Sign up no later than February 7th, 2019 by completing this link.
We’d also like to see more members get involved, so you can get more $$ off your plans. To our newer or less active Community members we have some questions:
Now it’s voting time! With all of this in mind, we want your opinion on the most useful Leaderboard (Top Bravoed Authors) timeframe. Vote on your preferred option below, and if you have other suggestions or ideas, please post on this thread. The last day to vote will be February 11, 2019.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Public Mobile Community Team
Prefer none of the above...custom. If I want to see the last 4 days...enter 4. Last 23 days...enter 23.
But 30 works for primary purposes.
@Brooke_C I'm probably biased given that I do indeed generally appear in all of the current leaderboard timeframes, but I like them all. I don't check very often, but when I do, I start at 24 hours and work my way up to All time, checking each one along the way. I don't really want to see any go away, though I guess if it was an "enter your own number of days" type of thing, I could replicate this by entering 1, 7, 30, 182, 365, 9999.
No change please. I see nothing wrong with the current system. Although there is a default, it is just one mouse click to see other timeframes. It is not like the information is hidden away or difficult to access.