"I have noticed that more people had been leaving Scratch this year because some people now only use Scratch to become popular and get follows or loves and faves. Even though it is fine to get them. People should actually spend some time working on nice projects and being kind.
If you don't agree that is fine. But if you do then get everyone you know in to this studio to get people aware of this. Thanks for reading and please look below for more Scratchers' opinions."
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"I believe people should not care about popularity, and care about being friendly to other scratchers, and work on projects and keep getting better through time. The most popular scratchers have thousands of followers have worked hard for follows, and so they deserve it." @-Ottersplash-
"As a new scratcher you may decide that popularity is everything, but thats wrong. You'll come to learn that being you is better." @wolfstar22
"I used to think that popularity was everything on scratch, but I've come to realize that it's not- it's the fun you have with your friends that counts. I only come on scratch now to talk with my friends, and post the occasional project- but it's not for popularity anymore." @DragonKB
"Scratch isn't about followers. Its about having fun and making new friends, and to learn how to code."
"I used to think about leaving scratch because I only have 300 followers and some of my friends have 3,000, but then I got into coding memes and it was really fun, and that's when I realized it wasn't about followers." @LunaHamster7
"Scratch isn't about the popularity. That's what Facebook and Twitter are for. Scratch is about encouragement. How can we do that when we ignore nearly half the projects that appear in front of us?"
"I agree scratch was meant for getting friends not only followers and thousands of loves and favorites.I used to want to be on the front page of trends but that's when i realized that i was becoming too ambitious for things that would take time and effort.I gave up on forcing things and let them flow like they should've in the first place,making friends because of the real me,not the ambitious me that wanted to be popular.I got tons of friends because of being me and not an ambitious scratcher"
"I would have to agree! As I joined scratch first, I was being normal, and a lot of people followed me.. As I made another account, I wanted to have my projects on the front page, on every account I made.. But when I made this account.. I decided to try to become famous.. But when I started rping and making random projects .. I found out that it was me being like myself that made me happy.. I don't care if I'm not popular. I believe scratch was made for kindness and fun.. Not becoming popular."
"Everybody judges a Scratcher by it's art or.. there name because they either think its not.. "Popular" but people shouldn't judge a book by it's cover and instead learn about them also you never know when they could back you up on some art tips ;3"
"Together we can save scratch.We WILL save scratch.We need to spread the message,and whilst it is impossible to completely erase all the unwanted drama on scratch, we still need to do what we can.#SaveScratch2017"
"If people use Scratch only for popularity, what is the use of Scratch? Scratch is a website for learning, not for showing how popular you are. If you really want people focus on you, you should try your best to make projects, or open a Facebook account. By the way, I don't really agree f4f (follow for follow). What I think is, if you do f4f but you learn nothing, that's very bad. I think, f4f should be use for learning form one another. What do you think is better Some followers, learn a lot, or many followers, learn nothing?" @KathyandPizza
"I used to think being popular would be great, but now I realize that having friends on here is important, not having the most followers. People will follow you in time, but you need to be fair, kind, and honest. Scratch is becoming a social media website, and it's not about that. Sure, having a lot of followers would be nice, but being popular means at least 100 messages a day! Do you really want to read all of those all day instead of making projectsand talking with friends? Scratch on, everyone!" — @FumaFB7
"Scratch is for learning to program, not to get popular." @ScratchCats987654321
"You don't need to be super famous to do what makes you happy. Make friends. Make art you think is horrible. Code the biggest or smallest thing you can. Have fun." @-Axida-