Crowdholding

How should we utilize user profiles?

How should we utilize user profiles?

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How should we utilize user profiles?

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Please create a profile. Click your name on the top right corner and then click SETTINGS to allows you to add your bio (just 200 characters), skills and wallet (public key). Please fill this out and let us know if you run into any bugs. The description and skills will show up under profile and under activity, including seeing your latest transactions from your wallet. Soon enough wallet's will be connected from APIs so that Yups enter your account's instantly. After going through this process, how would you want to use your profile to showcase yourself? What ideas can we do to utilize user profiles? 

For instance, tagging skills could allow project creators to request support from specific skilled users they need just by requesting those tags. We look forward to hearing your ideas!





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something that I think to add to the benefits of this project is not to distinguish small things from big ones from all sectors, so the progress of this project will add to the quality of the project suggestions or criticisms that all teams have to accept and make solutions for all these problems can add value to this project from investors.

1 year ago

Hello, I have added my bio, skill and wallet, the wallet is an etherum wallet?
I haven´t got any problem.
But I suggest to allow more than 200 characters in BIO, because I wrote much more and then I have to delete more than 300 characters :D.
Maybe there will be also good, if there will be social profiles or link to blog.

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Hey Matej, Yes the wallet needs to be for ERC20 tokens. I agree about the bio needs to be more than 200 characters. I will request the change.

1 year ago

And also I suggest that it will be nice, if I could reply to to your reply, if you know what I mean :D...
Thanks Ethan. So I am done this task successfully? ;)

1 year ago

1) Cannot make the changes without inputting the wallet info. Why is this?
2) Cannot make the changes without inputting the location. Since a lot of people on blockchain and interested into cryptocurrencies are all about anonymity, why enforce this information?
3) Skills are just words. I would consider making some sort of hashtag version.

Additionally, said version could work on "looking for" and "offer". Meaning that anyone could write what is he looking for ("I am building a startup and I need a good marketing expert") and what he can offer ("Hey, I am marketing expert and feel free to approach me"). This way a lot of people could match.

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Hey Jan, yeah right now you need to put the wallet pubic key to save the profile and fill in location too. Interesting enough, you are one of the first to mention about anonymity which does have merit. Lets dig a bit into this and discuss:

Pros: It allows you to be more open to say ideas instead of fearing people will judge you (because they will not know you). Cons: Anonymity brings a lot of trolls.

I think to have the ability to change your own username makes sense and to allow your profile to be closed or open to the public works too. Will definitely be testing and diving more into this.

1 year ago

Looking forward to the path you'll take (more/less anonymous) :).

1 year ago

I think on a plain view display would be good for both the profile holder and crowdholding as well, but I would not advice entering all data....consunding the profile holder...

1 year ago

For the skills input a list of fields should be provided so you have a standardized pattern for searching. Letting everyone write what they want will result in poor searches and general mayhem.

Skills could also be upvoted by other members of the community that had first hand experience with the person in question.

Users could also tag other users for done tasks or general good experience, with categories like helpful, skilled at finding typos, innate ability at using apostrophe in English literature etc

Also a typo snuck into your description: Yups enter your account's instantly. It's accounts

1 year ago

I like the user profile options that you have implemented at the moment, especially that you can connect your wallet to transfer yuppies instantly.

One thing I would like to see integrated however is being able to see your yuppies balance within the crowdholding platform, I'm not sure if this would be possible to security reasons, however I do feel it would be a good addition.

1 year ago

everything is so great, present I don't detect any inconvenient

1 year ago

Here already it was above told about it, but I will highlight this and give an example.
In other projects when you register in the personal Cabinet, go to your profile. There are many features available and is a function of participation in the bounty (Telegrams, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter). And then, the labels media accounts, you go to them and perform actions (repost/retweet, post/tweet, like/comment), then the program automatically calculates the results. Example: this is implemented in crypto.tickets.
To apply such functions in the project, it would be convenient for you and for us.
Other possibilities on Twitter, keeping records, performing actions (tweets) via the official Twitter of the project. There are many ideas to take and implement.
Your project is also a lot of interesting features.

1 year ago

Here are my some suggestions. Also, I support the ideas that have already sounded about the tags and the possibility of communication between users.

1. Ability to sign up and sign in via Twitter too
2. Ability to add links to my social media (Twitter, Facebook, Medium, Bitcoin Talk) and correspondingly display these links in my profile in the form of icons
3. The same with a link to my site
4. Solving the issue with avatar glitches
5. Possibility to choose a private or public profile status
6. Perhaps it's worth adding a special button to share a Profile in Twitter\Facebook and accordingly customize the special template for this. It can be a cool card, something like «Junior crowdsourcer on Crowdholding» (with useful for share info, including my current basic statistics as a user)

And these are my other thoughts that probably are not entirely relevant to this task:
- Don’t work links to user profiles from tasks comments;
- I'm looking forward to the Twitter share button for the comments (mine and other users) and the corresponding brand-template for such tweets;
- I'm also interested, What is the rank system? What are the requirements for obtaining higher ranks? Perhaps it will not be bad if Crowdholding somehow reward participants when they get a new rank? This could additionally facilitate the introduction of new users and the growth of current users. And I think it's not necessary to award YUPs, it can be something other interesting and involving. Could be a good topic for brainstorm :)

1 year ago

I'm not sure if this is a bug, but after entering bio and skills separately, they are collapsed into one field in the profile. Otherwise, no glitches. I do think it would be great if you could add browseable/searchable tags for skills and interests.

1 year ago

Everything works well, no problem. The system just didn't let me save my profile without filling in my location. Plus, as I'm logging in through Facebook, there is no email in the "Email" field and I can't edit it, not that I want to. :P

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

yes, we need to allow you all to edit and change your email. Added it to the dev board

1 year ago

Am very glad being an earlier as a tester on this beta version, but am a newbie too on here. I think, you can added any fiture on your web or apps as much as that is helpull for every user , but one thing that most important is, still make a user privacy as a top priority

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

good call on user privacy as a priority.

1 year ago

Generally, I like to keep my social profile and the crypto business separated. I consider crowdholding as more of a business advisory network rather than a social platform.

However, I like the idea of adding professional networks and expertise to showcase. I would like to have an ability to see if the commenter is actually somewhat familiar with the field of comment or just commenting to get YUP.

I tried the system, and there were no bugs to report.

1 year ago

Indeed. I prefer to keep my social network and other networks separate.

1 year ago

No error encountered so far.

My suggestion is that there should also be a place to add links of past project done before to give people a taste of what one can actually handle well

1 year ago

well im new to this yupie things ... but i will learn how it work as fast as i can
if it can provide me with long term profit why not

1 year ago

Besides skills, the tagging system could also be used for languages spoken, in case this becomes relevant for a project. Also, I think it could be beneficial to add a way to "prove" those skills, for example by linking to projects, articles and videos.

Maybe projects and tasks could also be tagged, in order to create more information about what kind of tasks a user tackled most often, and how successful (in terms of votes) they were in each field?

While we are on the topic of profiles, I think quite a few people still have problems with missing avatars, me included. Not really a critical bug, but it would be nice if you could fix this in time :)

1 year ago

You can integrate access to the platform through links to the main social networks. Where there will be an opportunity to make retweets or reposts of both news and tasks from the platform itself (which in turn will lead to the expansion of the project). Also add the ability of Personal Messages between all participants! Well, the most important thing is the safety of the profile .... you need to add 2FA !!

1 year ago

Ethan Clime

CEO of Crowdholding.com

Yes automating and embedding retweets and posts makes sense. I hear ya about 2FA. Good call.

1 year ago