-Notifications without having to refresh (This one has bothered me since the day i joined this site) -Change topics on questions we've already posted (especially questions from before the site change that got put into wrong categories) -Choose more than 3 topics for a question -Edit our questions after posting them not just adding to them
Things we could do before: -Have more than just our account picture -See Upvotes & Downvotes without voting ourselves first
I know you guys just made major changes to the site, and I personally really love most of the changes, just wondering why some of these things weren't fixed or were changed.
I especially love how many topics there are now and the Live Feed / My Feed thing. It makes it a lot easier to find things and a lot easier to place your question so it doesn't get lost in the "Other" category.
Also -Delete questions. I have always wanted to be able to delete questions!!
I also hate the backwards way comments are read. Instead of being able to scroll along and read what you see first, you have to find the bottom and work your way back up. Very inconvenient.
Notifications can show up just by going to other pages OR by refreshing any page you're on.
Once you submit your post, you can't change the Topics or change it to or from anonymous. This is so that questions aren't constantly bouncing around, becoming harder to find and identify.
3 Topics is our current max for each question/article. Putting them into too many Topics can result in people seeing the same posts too often, which can become frustrating when looking for something new.
Allowing members to edit and/or delete their own posts would simply cause too much confusion. It wouldn't be fair to those who've shared their opinions, and it could also be abused to make posts look less antagonistic AFTER engaging in arguments, etc.
We only allow one picture now because more simply wasn't necessary for an advice site.
Only allowing users to see votes AFTER they vote helps members make their own decisions, rather than follow the crowd. We also now separate by gender to help people understand each other even better.
I hope that helps! Great feedback and suggestions, we are listening :-)