on Feb 11, 2016 @ 02:06 am|
Just a note about something I've noticed a few times in the forum when it comes to replying to fun, "game" type posts, for instance, like the current ongoing game "Keep the Story Going" where you keep adding on an answer to the previous comment to create an ongoing story.
It's happened a few times where someone will just read the initial message and type in a response without realizing that there are pages of responses that you need to consider before answering. In some cases, it ruins the flow and momentum of the game and just ends up becoming repetitive. I know it's an honest mistake, but maybe this can serve as a reminder to check if there is more than one page to the post.
Also, to help with further games, maybe the creator of the post can mention in the initial comment, to click on the last page before typing in an answer, that way, there's a better chance that they realize it if they only read the first message.
I don't mean to offend anyone, but just thought this could help in the future.
|:) on Feb 11, 2016 @ 07:28 am|
I agree with you,I noticed that too and your suggestion would be helpful
|Story on Feb 11, 2016 @ 09:48 am|
I've noticed this too it's a good point. I could be one of those people...
|YES! on Feb 11, 2016 @ 11:03 am|
100% agree. But I think maybe people think the first page is the most recent, like how the reviews are?!?!
|. on Feb 11, 2016 @ 01:01 pm|
I made this mistake of screwing up the flow. But I think as I wrote my post someone else wrote before me so it screwed up the flow. I actually used to think the first page was the more recent page so I can see how people would make the mistake. It would help to just make a reminder on the first comment to see the last page. Ill do that next time.
|. on Feb 11, 2016 @ 02:14 pm|
It's okay ladies, nobody is at fault. Just a little reminder, since it can happen even to the most experienced on the site. It's happened to me as well in the past, which is why I thought it would help to have a little note, maybe even in bold writing, so that people can see it right away. Thanks for the feedback!