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Organization of guides
#1
Hey guys, Brass here with a request.
Could we divide the guides into folders based on what they teach?
For example, Oguigi's possession guide would go in a folder made for possession. So if any guide is based on a certain task/skill and there's several of them, we make a folder for it to make finding them easier. This helps so people don't have to go through several pages of guides to find another one about imposition.
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#2
Isn't that what the tags are for?
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(01-03-2016, 09:33 PM)Lacquer Wrote: Isn't that what the tags are for?

A sorting system would make it easier to navigate to and get faster results.
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#4
You can simply click the tags.

People should write more possession guides.
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#5
Welp I feel like an idiot for not knowing this. Thanks for pointing that out you guys.
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#6
I didn't know about this either, thank you.
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#7
If Brassow, Vos and I didn't know about this, there are probably quite a lot of users who don't know. It's not a particularly intuitive feature. Also, if you want to find all guides on possession, you'd have to find one to click the tag of, or use the search page.

So yes, it would be a good feature.
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#8
As made evident in this thread, perhaps a more intuitive function is necessary. No point clinging on to old ways if they clearly are not working. Keep in mind that the people that are more likely to need guides are probably going to be newer to the forums over all.
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So is there any plans to implement such an organization method? Because it would be good to see a better one put into place. There should also be a section made for beginners, with the more general and basic guides.
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(01-09-2016, 07:50 PM)Brassow Wrote: So is there any plans to implement such an organization method? Because it would be good to see a better one put into place. There should also be a section made for beginners, with the more general and basic guides.

I don't think that there needs to be more sections, at this point. I've been working on Derp's guide list, fixing links and removing ones with screwed-up text, and that has a 'General' section on it. Maybe we could just work on this and push it more.
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