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    For the sake of clarity and easy navigation, might I suggest people title their suggestion threads more specifically? I see a number of threads labeled things like, "a few suggestions," "couple of suggestions," "a couple of suggestions," "suggestions!," "just some suggestions," and so on. They all look pretty interchangeable when it's left as vague as that.

    More concise titles would be things like, "Suggestion: Stream Notifications," "New Commission Status Idea," and "Collection Suggestion."

    Granted, most people have labeled their threads like the latter examples, but for those who haven't, it'd be helpful to be more definite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ransom View Post
    For the sake of clarity and easy navigation, might I suggest people title their suggestion threads more specifically? I see a number of threads labeled things like, "a few suggestions," "couple of suggestions," "a couple of suggestions," "suggestions!," "just some suggestions," and so on. They all look pretty interchangeable when it's left as vague as that.

    More concise titles would be things like, "Suggestion: Stream Notifications," "New Commission Status Idea," and "Collection Suggestion."

    Granted, most people have labeled their threads like the latter examples, but for those who haven't, it'd be helpful to be more definite.
    Agreed. Having specific titles could help cut down on some of the identical threads happening. Not that people having the same suggestion is bad, but it makes it easier to navigate if people would reply to a thread that has a suggestion that they wanted as well instead of making their own thread.

    Though I'm currently working on a "common suggestions" list in hopes to cut down some multiple threads.

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    I'm not an artist and I feel like Weaysl is only for artists when I joined it. Would be nice if it adds Artist and Commissioner option?

    So there won't be "Commissions: Closed Trades: Closed Requests: Closed" on my profile. And might add something special for commissioners to use like have commission search, show up list of artists who put as "Commissions: Opened" something like this?

    Just thought this because I would like my page to show others that I'm a commissioner not an artist.

    Thanks!

 

 

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