Hy members, i think it‘s a shame that people could get community reward points for posting useless things in the forum like a smiley or something else. We should enable a admin only for proofing posts. So that it is impossible to get points for doing nothing. We should act asap. Sincerly, bitsurfer
Don't worry, we're on top of it, and we have the ability behind the scenes to remove activity points when appropriate (for example, for one word, or single emoji posts). Definitely feel free to report those, and they're being reviewed in the background for deletion. I totally appreciate your leadership here!
I appreciate your concern Bitsurfer but from what I have seen its few and far between the smily faces and small comments (maybe they have already been deleted) but not a problem yet maybe in the future. but its nice to get new users even if its a smily face! on board at the moment the comments have been from the same users like you, me, Rush, Byan, Dias, Akshay.
Hi Guys If you make a post on your personal journal lets say about Bitcoin would it also ask if you want to add it to the niche that you are a member of like Bitcoin so the post will be in two places your personal journal and the Niche Bitcoin ? or just one place like your Journal. ? And im guessing that when making your post it will give you that option to add ? Another way to put it is do all your posts that you make on various niches always get added to your personal journal.? Thank you.
FYI - I'm processing scripts right now (they're called Recipes) on all replies that are a few words and add nothing to the conversation. As they are deleted, they take away double the points earned by the reply.
Hi guys, So I played around a little bit with the editor, which looks great by the way, but I did notice a feature I often use elsewhere that I couldn't find. Once a post is scheduled, sometimes new information comes in and it needs to be pulled off the schedule, not just edited. I don't see a button for that. Did I miss it? Or do other folks think we don't need that?
Aha! When you look at your list of posts (or your list of drafts) you can click on the three dots, and it gives you the option to Edit or the option to Delete. So while it's not technically an Unpublish button, you can copy and paste your content and save it as a draft and delete the published version.
You can create and post content in Narrative now to both your Personal Journal and Nches. The public won't be able to see this until we launch in March this year. If you are referring to the "Publications " channel we talk about in the Spec, that is not available in the Alpha at this time.
Hey is it just me, or is anyone else noticing their images disappearing from their posts that are queued up? Is there a size limit or something. I need to resolve this before we launch, because several of my images keep disappearing.
Hi @Emily Barnett ! We aren't aware of any such issues. Can you provide a few more details about what's happening? How exactly is the issue manifesting itself? Are there broken images? Do you have any screenshots or error messages you can provide? If you could also provide the URL to the edit post page of a post having this issue, that would be helpful for us to look into specific posts to try to diagnose what's going on. Thanks!
Hi @Brian Lenz looks like a broken image. But I know i have uploaded via the insert tool, not trying to drag and drop. I have many that have failed after saving. I have re-uploaded but the break again. So i am wondering about file size.
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, @Emily Barnett . We've been busy putting the finishing touches on the next release. Thanks for providing the details; it's all we needed to confirm the problem There is currently an issue isolated to images that have a space in the filename. This is an issue that is actually already fixed as part of the upcoming Certification & Onboarding release. For now, I would recommend you only upload files that do not have a space in the filename to avoid...
Hmmm. That obviously doesn't sound right, @Emily Barnett Would you mind posting another screenshot to show what you're seeing? Then we can try to replicate and determine if there is a fix. My main suggestion would be to try to backspace/delete/highlight the errant character to try to remove it, but I'm sure you've already tried most of those
Sure, here is a screen shot. So i deleted the broke n link and the caption that was with it, but as i deleted the caption this greater than symbol appeared. It wasn't in my caption. I cannot delete it not can i move my paragraph up to the top, it is like it is still occupying the space where the picture once was. I hope that helps.
It won't let me do anything. I can click on the symbol itself but cannot delete it. I can click on the very top of the page but not where the image was. I can click where the text begins, but i can not delete the spaces above it.
There's one thing you can do to get rid of it to save you from having to create a whole new post. I will admit this is not at all intuitive, so we are looking into ways to improve it: Click up right before where the > is in what used to be the caption. Hit the delete key ( not backspace, but the forward-delete key). That should remove the > character. Even though you can't see the element there, repeat the process (starting with another click in step 1) to remove the rest of the space.
It can work (I've done it with this exact scenario), but you have to be really careful about where you click. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that the cursor doesn't appear when you click in the caption in this case, so it's very hard to see. If you're still having trouble with it, unfortunately the only option right now is to create a new post and delete the old one. Sorry I don't have a better answer! We have this logged for further investigation. It's definitely a strange case that...
I noticed that after publishing your post in your desired niches, at the confirmation page, the niches are placed in alphabetical order, rather than a prioritized order. I was thinking the niche selection will be prioritized, and your default/base niche is displayed first followed by the other two (2). The post editor does not allow for choice of default niche by the way. I hope this will be properly displayed in Beta as the posts go live.
No sure what you mean by - prioritization. If you select 3 Niches then your content will be posted to all 3 of them. There isn't going to be an "if this one and if not then that one" scenario. Eventually (after beta) it will be up the moderator of each Niche to determine whether or not your submission fits the Niche, but either way the content will be equally submitted to all 3 Niches. Can you give a further explanation of your concern if I did not address it?
Prioritization... Case in point. I have a content, written specifically for FinTech niche. I am fine with selecting only the FinTech niche, but because I can select up to 3 different niches in order to give the post more exposures, I go ahead and select Monetary Innovation and Finance niches. I am of the view that FinTech niche should have priority when it comes to search results in Google and within the Narrative ecosystem; secondly, payout royalty to niche owners, FinTech niche should be...
I see. This isn't something that is displaying improperly, as what you're describing is not currently part of the spec . There is no notion of a default Niche or weighted search rankings within the spec. Which Niche gets the payout? It isn't a one post or one page view = 1 point type of thing. Doesn't work that way. I'd refer you to the Spec again. For more detail please read the section that I linked to. The submissions to the 3 Niches will weigh into those Niche's Niche Content Score.
While I have already had an illuminating conversation with Narrative staff regarding the certification of my account, one of my options for getting properly certified will likely not be possible until after April 2. (Bureaucracy is a headache, darlings.) Here's a conundrum: I own two erotica niches. All of my "pending" posts are age-rated. I will probably not be certified when Narrative launches. What happens? Do my posts go live, but I will be unable to see them, even when posted in the...
Hi @Gaia Glee , you can always see your own posts that you've authored (even if you've marked them as age restricted), so that won't be an issue. Your posts will go live automatically. In terms of moderation, niche owners will be able to moderate their niches without Certification in the interim period until elected moderators are established. If you, as the niche owner, want to be nominated/elected in your moderator election, you will need to get Certified in order to do so.
Thank you for clarifying, @Brian Lenz . I do hope to get through the red tape earlier than I expect to, but I do know better than to be too optimistic. I thank you for the explanation that lack of certification will not interfere with our responsibilities as niche owners in the early launch period.
Wondering if the @Narrative team can shed some light on whether there is a daily voting limit on how many posts a person can vote for each day, similar to what other platforms have. Or will it be unlimited because there is a pro-rata basis in place to calculate over all activity of niche and post performance, at the end of each month. I ask because it may make a difference to people how many pieces they want to post per day. Time efficiency will be an important factor to...
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