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posted on 4 May 2018  -  4,417 views
One thing I wished for in StocksCafe is the sharing of knowledge and information between users. It was the main motivation of having
"Cafe". However, it has not been as lively as I had hoped for.
I have made some changes to it recently, hoping to encourage more sharing between users.
Less Clutter - I have removed and rearranged sections in order to create a simpler and cleaner look.
Searchable - Now, you are able to search through posts easily with the newly added search bar.
Q&A Section - Often, users would message me to ask questions. While some questions can only be answered by me, many could have been easily or even better answered by other users. Hence please do ask questions via the new
Q&A section. For the more veteran users, please feel free to answer and share your wisdom with the others there :)
FAQs - Going forward, whenever someone privately message me a question, I will post the question and my reply over in the Q&A section. I will also tag it with
faq if it is frequently asked. Thus, please check out the
FAQs before reaching out to me. Of course, if the question is sensitive, confidential, or not applicable to other users, I would not post it publicly.
If you have any suggestions on how we can make the Cafe better, I am all ears.
- Hi Evan,
Thanks for all that you've done. What about putting a live chat room in the cafÃ© ?
4 May 2018 16:31:27
- @uncletong, live chat room sounds interesting. Maybe even cooler if StocksCafe have a bot to chat with people :)
4 May 2018 17:41:14
- @uncletong, would you like to create a ticket for that in Friend section?
4 May 2018 17:41:38
- Well done Evan!
4 May 2018 20:04:41
- thanks evan for all the good works.
4 May 2018 23:05:04
- @evankoh, "create a ticket", sorry Evan. I'm not exactly IT trained. Don't even understand what's about.
5 May 2018 09:14:34
- @uncletong, sorry. I meant create a feature request with this -> https://stocks.cafe/friend/toaddissue
5 May 2018 09:27:46
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