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Guestbook On Your Profile

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Post by Kurieuo » Tue Apr 26, 2011 10:05 pm

In today's world, social networks and different methods of communication has become an expected norm.

So it makes sense online communities like G&S attempt to leverage such technologies. The idea being to facilitate online support for Christians apart of our online community who have similar interests.

In light of this, a new feature has been added to help members feel more involved. At the bottom of each member's profile link (for example, see mine at http://discussions.godandscience.org/me ... rofile&u=5 -- scroll down to the bottom to under "Guestbook: Kurieuo") there is a guestbook. Every member has one which any other member can contribute to.

Want relief from discussing some controversial topic, or need some lighter entertainment? Why not contribute directly to the guestbook of another member and have your own side conversations.

Also, if you were not aware, it is possible to add friends and foes under your user control panel.

These are some existing features that may help to build a stronger community, but I've got more ideas in the pipeline.

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Re: Guestbook On Your Profile

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Post by Nessa » Mon Dec 14, 2015 9:44 pm

Kurieuo wrote:In today's world, social networks and different methods of communication has become an expected norm.

So it makes sense online communities like G&S attempt to leverage such technologies. The idea being to facilitate online support for Christians apart of our online community who have similar interests.

In light of this, a new feature has been added to help members feel more involved. At the bottom of each member's profile link (for example, see mine at http://discussions.godandscience.org/me ... rofile&u=5 -- scroll down to the bottom to under "Guestbook: Kurieuo") there is a guestbook. Every member has one which any other member can contribute to.

Want relief from discussing some controversial topic, or need some lighter entertainment? Why not contribute directly to the guestbook of another member and have your own side conversations.

Also, if you were not aware, it is possible to add friends and foes under your user control panel.

These are some existing features that may help to build a stronger community, but I've got more ideas in the pipeline.
Does this still exist?
Can't see it y:-?

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Post by Kurieuo » Mon Dec 14, 2015 11:24 pm

Nope, it was an older phpBB version and wasn't used.
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Post by RickD » Tue Dec 15, 2015 4:13 am

I can't see it.
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Re: Guestbook On Your Profile

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Post by Halsoft » Sun Jan 31, 2016 9:48 pm

You're not looking hard enough.
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