In my case is the logos on top, makes the website look cheap.
I’d rather donate 10% of all accumulated sales monthly.
Let’s get the page numbering fixed back to the previous way and it should solve both problems.
Also, the search should be weighted toward newer comments. For example, maybe a feature didn’t exist 2 years ago, but has since been added. I’d hate for a customer to search for “feature A” and find a comment that says “no, that is not a feature”, when in the meantime it has been made part of the product.
I think maybe we need better comment curation abilities now that we have search. Perhaps something like being able to mark comments as excluded from search (by the author) – comments that are no longer relevant to the current version of the item (whether regarding features or solutions) should be excluded from results, or this could just cause greater customer confusion.Thanks guys!
How about searching by time range ( search for comments within “x days, x weeks, x months) etc or by product update version, like clicking the version value and then return all comments since that version.
This way we can filter out any old comments and if the user is searching for a particular feature request within a certain version, you can use the version value filter.
I am thankful to my parents who have worked long hours day and night to provide me with food and shelter as well as paying towards my education for a better future.
I am thankful to my girlfriend who have supported me emotionally in times when I felt like giving up and guide me through the right path of life.
I am thankful to those who still believed in me until the end when everybody thought I was a tramp with no future and I proved them wrong.
Thanks for running This fun event!
Moustache badge? Great! I hope I get one
I’m not a professional videomaker…and this is my first experiment…my moustaches is not so big, but it’s natural and special for this movember… So, let’s fun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paSFhpHwNQo&feature=youtu.be
Reminds me of Charlie Chaplin