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Posted Sep 19, '12 at 12:08pm

Gamer_Cale

Gamer_Cale

1,414 posts

I think their is definetly a call for sub forums on stickies as they are everything about something this just gets messy and I think if there was sub forums inside stickies this would help to keep it clean and easier to find what your looking for.

 

Posted Sep 20, '12 at 3:47pm

MrDayCee

MrDayCee

8,780 posts

Moderator

I think their is definetly a call for sub forums on stickies as they are everything about something this just gets messy and I think if there was sub forums inside stickies this would help to keep it clean and easier to find what your looking for.

I get what you mean and this is a good idea for the FAQ section (if/when they will make this) on ArmorGames, but the stickies are actually very nicely sorted out and have a good divide in categories right now.
Next to that, the moderators are always working on shortening the list by molding several stickies into one giant sticky, if the topics and categories allow of course... ;)

 

Posted Oct 3, '12 at 2:14am

70_70_70

70_70_70

383 posts

Hi there, I didnt know about this thread, so I posted another thread about a very important thing that AG should make: a SEARCH BUTTON OR SEARCH BOX in the forum, bcoz it will help the users find their wanted thread much more effectively and faster XD
anw, here is the link to my thread: http://armorgames.com/community/thread/ … r

and I DO HOPE AG will make that function soon lah XD

 

Posted Oct 4, '12 at 2:41am

KingOfAthlum

KingOfAthlum

120 posts

I do not know if this has been suggested but the site gamefaqs.com has a feature for their forums where you can track threads.  Whether you wish to track them to keep them tabbed for new information posted.  Or if you have posted in the thread personally.  Either way it allows you to see when something new has been posted from your profile page instead of trudging through the thick of the forum itself.

This may have been suggested prior to this comment but I felt I would add it in case it was overlooked.  This is a really good option for making forum browsing a breeze.

 

Posted Oct 4, '12 at 4:54pm

jasserkingdomrush

jasserkingdomrush

1 post

I think the site should stay as it is.

 

Posted Oct 8, '12 at 7:23am

MrDayCee

MrDayCee

8,780 posts

Moderator

@ KingOfAthlum : You're right, it has been suggested before, but there's already a different way to keep track of threads you like, want to follow and post in regularly and that's linking them into your profile's about.

But aside from that, they will probably be implementing such a feature for users to track threads as they will be having a follow feature for users and this is something similar in my opinion... ;)

 

Posted Oct 8, '12 at 4:37pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

3,950 posts

But aside from that, they will probably be implementing such a feature for users to track threads as they will be having a follow feature for users and this is something similar in my opinion... ;)

You bet, and it's been confirmed already by cormyn.

 

Posted Oct 8, '12 at 4:41pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,694 posts

Knight

and it's been confirmed already by cormyn.

Things can change. Like how Cormyn said they were just going to fully release AG3. Now they're just adding features one by one here.

 

Posted Oct 8, '12 at 5:22pm

MrDayCee

MrDayCee

8,780 posts

Moderator

Things can change. Like how Cormyn said they were just going to fully release AG3. Now they're just adding features one by one here.

Things changing for the better in my opinion GoM... I think it is wiser to install/implement the features one by one and thus have a way to immediately act upon a bug/glitch.
When launching a complete website provides more ground to cover at once and could make them miss some stuff with it's consequences attached to it... and I haven't even mentioned the transfer of data with this, both profiles as forums of course! ;)

 

Posted Oct 8, '12 at 5:24pm

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,694 posts

Knight

I think it is wiser to install/implement the features one by one and thus have a way to immediately act upon a bug/glitch.

The purpose of the beta.

 
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