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Time to make those mobile apps!
Hi Commonlounge user (Commonlounger? 🤔 ),
I wanted to get very quick feedback from you regarding what features of Commonlounge you like the most, and should definitely be the first ones to go into the mobile app. Instead of guessing this ourselves, we thought it's best to ask you what you would want to do with the Commonlounge mobile app?
Of everything we have here on the web version, we will keep the following in the first version of the mobile app (since, you know, these are the base of the platform!)
My communities page
Community page with channels etc.
Discussion page with replies etc — this includes the ability to:
Track your playlists' progress
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Start new discussions
Search for discussions, posts, communities, people
We are looking for your impressions of the product - both good and bad! It's always still best to report minor UI bugs via our bot (Connect it from top of your homefeed, or from notifications page if you already haven't!), and we can use this thread to discuss high level features that you may want to talk about.
It is working quite good. I was thinking to use some html. For that I need preview right. But now I get it, editor didn't support markup. So without a markup how could I add custom hyperlink to the post. Like given below:
Is there a community you wished that was here so that you could bring others and discuss stuff with them in it?
What kind of content do you find debating with others on other platforms like Twitter or reddit? As for me, I always felt those platforms aren't just cut out to engender a decent discussion and with Commonlounge, we are hoping to build just the place where you can talk to more than just your friends, in a civil setting.
Add a reply below and we will get you set up right away!
I think adding tags to replies can be really tedious/cumbersome. I'm not sure how widely used it is, but I feel my user experience would be better without it. Most of the time I have no idea which tag to even add, so I click some random one which isn't at least complete nonsense in the context of my comment, and it adds friction to the whole process of contributing to CL.