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Feedback: Suggestions for improvement and forum extensions all in here (Page 121)

Topic created on 06th May. 2017 | Page: 121 of 127 | Answers: 1,261 | Views: 188,532
Julian
Elite
Hello dear community,

first of all, thank you very much for the suggestions for improvement!

We have just discussed all the suggestions internally, be it the "private thread" on Gambling addiction or hiding the winning pictures / winning video function for individual members who don't want to be triggered by it.

Unfortunately, we came to the conclusion for both topics that it would be too complex for us in terms of programming, as the work involved could easily take 1-2 weeks and we are also not really convinced whether these changes represent real added value for the platform.
To be honest, we are even of the opinion that if a member finds that they feel triggered by the content, the wiser step would be to distance themselves completely from our platform.
For example, you can delete or pause your account in the settings.

After all, in the worst case scenario, a member could feel triggered by forum posts alone, the only question would then be where to start and where to stop hiding content for individual members.
At the same time, the member who is not logged in would still have access to all content, as we cannot start hiding all areas completely for all guests.

The situation is relatively similar with the private threads on gambling addiction.
As already mentioned by some members, a private chat or perhaps even a group chat would make much more sense in this case.
Our Communicator, for example, would be suitable for this at the moment, and the idea of a group chat is also already on our to-do list, but is still somewhat up in the air as we are currently busy with other things.
But it's not unlikely that we'll put such a feature online at some point in the future

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Falko
Icon

Julian wrote on 22.01.2024 at 15:36: Hello dear community,

first of all, thank you very much for the suggestions for improvement!

We have just discussed all the suggestions internally, be it the "private thread" on Gambling addiction or hiding the winning pictures / winning video function for individual members who don't want to be triggered by it.

Unfortunately, we came to the conclusion for both topics that it would be too complex for us in terms of programming, as the work involved could easily take 1-2 weeks and we are also not really convinced whether these changes represent real added value for the platform.
To be honest, we are even of the opinion that if a member finds that they feel triggered by the content, the wiser step would be to distance themselves completely from our platform.
For example, you can delete or pause your account in the settings.

After all, in the worst case scenario, a member could feel triggered by forum posts alone, the only question would then be where to start and where to stop hiding content for individual members.
At the same time, the member who is not logged in would still have access to all content, as we cannot start hiding all areas completely for all guests.

The situation is relatively similar with the private threads on gambling addiction.
As already mentioned by some members, a private chat or perhaps even a group chat would make much more sense in this case.
Our Communicator, for example, would be suitable for this at the moment, and the idea of a group chat is also already on our to-do list, but is still somewhat up in the air as we are currently busy with other things.
But it's not unlikely that we'll put such a feature online at some point in the future

This is a casino forum after all. Anyone who feels triggered by this and complains about winning pictures because they tempt them to play is clearly in the wrong forum in my opinion. There are also forums that only deal with gambling addiction and that's exactly where you belong.

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roccoammo11
Expert
Everyone can give free rein to their thoughts as long as they remain objective and don't insult anyone...I can't understand many views either, but for others it might be interesting again...that's the good thing about the forum here. I would find it much worse if the topic of Gambling addiction was completely avoided here...

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gamble1
Legend

Julian wrote on 22.01.2024 at 15:36: Hello dear community,

first of all, thank you very much for the suggestions for improvement!

We have just discussed all the suggestions internally, be it the "private thread" on Gambling addiction or hiding the winning pictures / winning video function for individual members who don't want to be triggered by it.

Unfortunately, we came to the conclusion for both topics that it would be too complex for us in terms of programming, as the work involved could easily take 1-2 weeks and we are also not really convinced whether these changes represent real added value for the platform.
To be honest, we are even of the opinion that if a member finds that they feel triggered by the content, the wiser step would be to distance themselves completely from our platform.
For example, you can delete or pause your account in the settings.

After all, in the worst case scenario, a member could feel triggered by forum posts alone, the only question would then be where to start and where to stop hiding content for individual members.
At the same time, the member who is not logged in would still have access to all content, as we cannot start hiding all areas completely for all guests.

The situation is relatively similar with the private threads on gambling addiction.
As already mentioned by some members, a private chat or perhaps even a group chat would make much more sense in this case.
Our Communicator, for example, would be suitable for this at the moment, and the idea of a group chat is also already on our to-do list, but is still somewhat up in the air as we are currently busy with other things.
But it's not unlikely that we'll put such a feature online at some point in the future

That's why this is the thread for suggestions - not every suggestion has to make 10000% sense, so we bring the suggestions and everyone gives their opinion - that's how it should be

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frapi07
Expert
roccoammo11 wrote on 22.01.2024 at 16:39: Everyone can let their thoughts run free as long as you remain factual & don't insult anyone..I can't understand many views either, but for others it might be interesting again..that's the good thing about the forum here. I would find it much worse if the topic of Gambling addiction was completely avoided here...

Who says otherwise? Nobody has written anything against our suggestions or discussions. I think you misunderstood someone ^^

But yes, you are welcome to make your opinion known. You can then explain to the others why you think the proposal is good or bad. We all think differently. I studied business administration (unfortunately not finished) and therefore have the "glasses" of a business economist. It could have been that a social worker would have joined the discussion and added his two cents. Of course, I wouldn't have had anything against that, but this person would have explained their perspective to us in more detail and possibly backed it up with arguments.

One of my professors once said that every academic has their own glasses and can therefore only see their own point of view. Example: you are a business economist and discuss with an engineer about a possible investment that is necessary for a new project. The economist only sees the investment to be made and is strictly against it, while the engineer thinks the innovation is important and is therefore in favor of it.

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roccoammo11
Expert

frapi07 wrote on January 22nd, 2024 at 7:40 pm:
Who said the opposite? Nobody wrote anything against our suggestions or discussions. I think you misunderstood someone ^^

But yes, you are welcome to make your opinion known. You can then explain to the others why you think the proposal is good or bad. We all think differently. I studied business administration (unfortunately not finished) and therefore have the "glasses" of a business economist. It could have been that a social worker would have joined the discussion and added his two cents. Of course, I wouldn't have had anything against that, but this person would have explained their perspective to us in more detail and possibly backed it up with arguments.

One of my professors once said that every academic has their own glasses and can therefore only see their own point of view. Example: you are a business economist and discuss with an engineer about a possible investment that is necessary for a new project. The economist only sees the investment to be made and is strictly against it, while the engineer thinks the innovation is important and is therefore in favor of it.

Yes, your prof is certainly absolutely right about that...so all the better if all points of view are represented here! when will new casinos or sports betting providers be added to the list again? tipico was out faster than they were in...

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Stromberg
Legend

roccoammo11 wrote on 23.01.2024 09:54:

Yes, your prof is certainly absolutely right about that..so all the better if all points of view are represented here! when will new casinos or sports betting providers be added to the list again? tipico was out faster than they were in....

There are few new ones on the market at the moment, especially new sports betting providers. At least for the German-licensed sector.

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Stromberg
Legend
I have another idea of what you could possibly add.
In the sports betting section, you could perhaps add a sub-item "Sports betting tools".
For example, you could add a system betting calculator and an odds overview with probabilities.

With system bets, most bookies only indicate what you will win if all tips are correct. Therefore, such a calculator sometimes makes sense. And since it's probably easy to program (there are plenty of them on other sites), it could be made available directly here and users wouldn't have to go to a competitor site.

An odds comparison between the listed bookies would of course also be cool, but probably much more complicated.

A small guide with basic tips for beginners could also be written when the opportunity arises.

The question is whether it's worth it for GJ, as the number of bookies here is still relatively small.

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Frankey
Experienced
One thing that is missing in the forum but would generate more traffic would be notifications in the dashboard when someone reacts to your posts or comments. ' Someone has commented on your post in...... ' etc. Or the possibility to copy posts that you follow or where you are active as RSS-FEED.

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R3hab
Expert
The current topics overview is at the bottom, could you move it to the top?

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