TheSmashers

You should be able to follow from a project's page. You should be able to follow commenters and the creator (Just put a check box next to their username and if you click it you follow them)

jromagnoli

TheSmashers wrote:

You should be able to follow from a project's page. You should be able to follow commenters and the creator (Just put a check box next to their username and if you click it you follow them)
What's wrong with clicking on their username?

TheSmashers

It would just be much more convinient

jromagnoli wrote:

TheSmashers wrote:

You should be able to follow from a project's page. You should be able to follow commenters and the creator (Just put a check box next to their username and if you click it you follow them)
What's wrong with clicking on their username?

duckboycool

It's only two clicks.

scrooge100

No support easy enough

1a3c5e7g9i

Why not just right-click the commenter/project creator's username, click “Open in new tab”, and follow them on the new tab?

The4thPixel

It's easy enough as it is.

VideoGamerCanInvent

No Support

There is nothing hard about the way it is now.

miniepicness


it cant get simpler


sorry but no support

A_Geeky_Jawa

I actually like this idea, why are you no supporting this for being 2 clicks away? If that were the case then why is there a ‘More projects by scratcher’ section at the bottom of a project page?
(also pointing this out YouTube also does this)

TheSmashers

A_Geeky_Jawa wrote:

I actually like this idea, why are you no supporting this for being 2 clicks away? If that were the case then why is there a ‘More projects by scratcher’ section at the bottom of a project page?
(also pointing this out YouTube also does this)
good point! And also there should be reccomended projects like on youtube

Lilry1

no support, wouldn't you want to view their profile and the rest of their projects first?

VideoGamerCanInvent

Lilry1 wrote:

no support, wouldn't you want to view their profile and the rest of their projects first?
Agreed. That's what I had thought too. You should view more than one of a Scratcher's project before following.

The4thPixel

Lilry1 wrote:

no support, wouldn't you want to view their profile and the rest of their projects first?
An excellent point mentioned there. For example, you don't see me attempting to follow everybody on the website.

If you feel the need to quote me and ask me not to quote others without adding my own opinions, please keep in mind that number 1, I already added to the discussion with my question above, and number 2, the notice that you post won't add anything to the discussion either. Thanks

VideoGamerCanInvent

The4thPixel wrote:

Lilry1 wrote:

no support, wouldn't you want to view their profile and the rest of their projects first?
An excellent point mentioned there. For example, you don't see me attempting to follow everybody on the website.

If you feel the need to quote me and ask me not to quote others without adding my own opinions, please keep in mind that number 1, I already added to the discussion with my question above, and number 2, the notice that you post won't add anything to the discussion either. Thanks
Yes, I don't follow a million Scratchers like other's do, but if you do, then this feature would be good.

venyanwarrior

VideoGamerCanInvent wrote:

No Support

There is nothing hard about the way it is now.

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scrooge100

venyanwarrior wrote:

VideoGamerCanInvent wrote:

No Support

There is nothing hard about the way it is now.

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Don't talk in scratch blocks thanks

venyanwarrior

scrooge100 wrote:

venyanwarrior wrote:

VideoGamerCanInvent wrote:

No Support

There is nothing hard about the way it is now.

When green flag clicked
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Don't talk in scratch blocks thanks

Sry I spammed.

GryffindorFreak1

No support…

1) Shouldn't follows have reason in them, not just because somebody posted a funny comment or something?
2) It is only two clicks in the first place…
3) The ST has many other important things they have to/are working on, so I do not think they prioritize lessening the amount of clicks to follow somebody.

jromagnoli

GryffindorFreak1 wrote:

No support…

1) Shouldn't follows have reason in them, not just because somebody posted a funny comment or something?
2) It is only two clicks in the first place…
3) The ST has many other important things they have to/are working on, so I do not think they prioritize lessening the amount of clicks to follow somebody.
It's not because of a funny comment, because of a nice project.