New features?

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  • Updated 4 years ago
What features would Write for Ten members like to see next?

  • RSS feeds

  • Set posts as public or private

  • A page to submit topic ideas

  • Social networking features, like following other users

  • Other ideas?

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Ian Li, Creator

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Arania Jain

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A shorter domain like wften.com or something for sharing posts on twitter, etc.
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Ian Li, Creator

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Hi Arania-

I will take that into consideration; writeforten.com is rather long. For now, you can use URL shortening services like bit.ly or TinyURL to shorten the URL.

Ian
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donyaquixote

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I personally like writeforten.com, I don't think it's not that long at all and it's got better recall. :)

I like the topic ideas idea. :)
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dartsmaster

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An RSS feed for new posts would be excellent.
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Nina

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A follow function would be great. :D

Something else: single posts are formatted in large, bold text. This is purely a cosmetic issue, but it annoys the obsessive-compulsive in me, for some reason. Maybe fix the coding so single-post pages are formatted the same way as multiple-post pages?
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I would love to see more of a social-networking/Web 2.0 aspect given to Write for Ten. I posted this on another suggestion, but I will re-post here.

"I was going to make this suggestion, so I'm glad somebody else already did. Write for Ten should be more community based. It seems the site is in it's infancy, and the greatest purpose it serves is for people to write for ten minutes, absorbed with their own egotism. I would like to see more integration for networking and communicating. Through each other's writings you gain an understanding of someone, especially as typing behind a computer leads to less inhibition. The resulting effect has the potential to be a vast networking site that will not only improve writing skills, but open the door for collaborations and so much more. Imagine YouTube, with writing. "
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heytherenikita

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I would love to see a page to submit topic ideas, following users, and also a personal feature I'd love to see: ability to change username, password, e-mail and other account details? I don't know if this is on the site already but as far as I know, it's not. :S