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27 days ago
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collegevine
suggestion

Site Suggestion for Q&A Communities

Just a few suggestions for communities to see what you all think. I feel as though this site has really elevated after everyone seems to seek advice virtually now after the pandemic isolation. So why not continue to expand? Hope this could be helpful

 
🖇 Phrased hyperlinks (rather than “https://www......”)
34%
 
✏️ Font adjustments (𝐁𝐨𝐥𝐝, 𝘐𝘵𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘤𝘴, U̲n̲d̲e̲r̲l̲i̲n̲e̲d̲, etc.)
26%
 
📚 Font color and size (𝕄𝕒𝕪𝕓𝕖?)
21%
 
📌 Smaller forum tabs (so they’re not lost and forgotten easily)
17%
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27 days ago

Can you explain what you mean by smaller forum tabs?

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🎤26 days ago

By the “forum tabs” I was referring to everyone’s individual post in communities (I suppose it’s a forum). Perhaps it’s just me, but I think if they were smaller in size, like maybe a bolded header and two subject lines following with a more condensed “bubble”, then on busy days someone’s genuine question wouldn’t get lost behind many more recent posts. It’s honestly fine the way it is but perhaps the “presentation” of it could be more concise—just a thought I had

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25 days ago

That makes sense - I like this idea. Most of the poll options have been discussed at some point and are on the roadmap (that doesn't mean they will for sure happen soon or even at all) but this idea is new. Thanks for the suggestion and we'll make sure to look into it - keep the great ideas coming!

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27 days ago

I do not want fonts to change. It will just get messy.

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🎤26 days ago

Yeah perhaps your right, I guess it’ll depend on how everyone chooses to use it. I honestly don’t think anyone would use it to purposely create clutter as everyone on here seems to have genuine questions for their needs. Furthermore, if someone would want their questions answered or commented on, I’m sure they would consider the neatness and readability of their post so that is does receive feedback

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