Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by SpookyHangar, Jul 23, 2016.
Hi, my suggestion is to add "title-tags", like this:
[Important] [Guide] [News] and so on
Nice idea, this could be cool!
I feel like this would be a really cool addition. Although maybe have darker colors to ensure they are visible? Otherwise great idea!
Hey... I already suggested this!!
Anyway, yeah, I would really like that. I believe it was @Cheez who said that it should/would be in the website revamp.
I think this makes the forum look very messy, and is unneeded as there are already sections for suggestions, and stickied posts exist. And what exactly is the point in a news tag?
Yeah, I know. But maybe adding tags that means things, such as guide/important/fun it will make better the sub-forums.
The tag I really want is the [Solved] tag.
I think they should just add a "Solved Bug Reports" sub-forum.
If they would add that, staff members would have to move threads to that section every time they solved something.
This would help staff members to keep track of player reports, bug reports, etc.
However, it's not necessary. They lock threads when they are solved.
I start disliking my own suggestion.
Can someone lock this? @Moooofin @Efcluke94
That's why I stopped suggesting things... I always started to hate my own ideas xD
It depends on the new forum layout. If it's the same like this then it would look messy.
Here is what i mean:
Spoiler: Info title prefix
Would like to see a
prefix as it would help with the ban appeals and player reports.
Nevermind, I did not suggest this haha! I read the thread wrong. I thought you meant title tags as in a rank tag (according to what rank you are in game)
But, yes, I would really like this. I think it would help staff with reports, so they can easily find the ones without the resolved tag, and resolve it them self
It's a matter of pressing two buttons to move a thread.
There is no need to add a "solved bug" sub-forum. It's fine as it is now.
I agree, I just really don't want tags, so I suggested that as an alternative.
Lol, err day