Stats in your dashboard
Got a request for this feature, so I put this together quickly. Like most of the other profile info, this is public.
Click here to view yours
Anything else you'd like to see here? Let me know!
on 2019-08-03 17:19:15
Scott Jangro is the owner of FamilyTreeCircles.com and has documented roots back to Mayflower passengers Stephen Hopkins and William Brewster. If you're wondering what he's doing when he's mysteriously absent, here's some links to other stuff he's responsible for: about.me/jangro.
Fun stat: As of right now, journals have been viewed 80,296,192 times overall on FTC.
I may make an overall version of this page for the fun of it.
thanks Scott, yeh that is a fun & interesting feature.
The overall 80M is pretty substantial - roughly 104 times a day since day 1.
see what I did there 😁
👀 my math teacher would have a fit!
ngairedith!! 80,296,192 views / 6,253 days = 128,412 per day
= 89 views per minute, every minute of every day, for 17 years
Now that is substantial
Oh wow, that IS substantial!
Thanks from me also Scott. You have my vote.
Amazing - 89 views per minute for 17 years.
Will also give ngairedith my vote for being a good student.
Would like to see profile names of those who give comment votes (both + & -)
How about allowing members a little time to edit their reply to journals after they submit their response?
We all make the occasional error with names and dates and I don't think a 15 minute time laps will change the course of history.
Or would it?
No it wouldn’t. Lots of forums and such allow this.
It’s a simple matter of programming.
And @ngairedith, you’d like to see who gave you the pos/neg votes? I believe when I announced that I said it would be private always. Because of the downvote mostly.
If I removed the ability to downvote I’d be ok exposing that, like Facebook.
Maybe the downvotes aren’t really needed? I did it to help identify spammers and bad actors and maybe it’s not needed anymore.
A downvote is pointless because it is not constructive. The writer has no idea what the voter doesn't like or doesn't agree with. If someone really wants to 'downvote' (aka disagree) then they should word it in a comment as to what or why, making suggestions/corrections.
A simple upvote more or less just says 'thanks.' Their ID would let the writer see who he has helped.
OR, write a post for an opinion poll first
OK, downvotes are gone. Votes changed to likes. We are becoming facebook. I resisted, but resistance is futile. :)
I'll look into showing *who* liked somewhere. That's a bit more complicated.
😂 resistance is futile mayhap
but we will NEVER be facebook
Check the votes again.
oops they went to remove
sorry ---wasn't me
now they are unlike
So is ng going to know that it was me who ticked unlike on all her journals
😁 yeh janilye - I'll know
To be clear, unlike is only to remove a like, not a downvote.
Edit: I wasn't quite finished removing the up/down which still showed after clicking like. Seems good now.
@tonkin you can now edit comments for 15 minutes after posting them.
I will probably add an indicator that it's been edited like some forums do.
Did a few tests and it works well.
No indication to say this comment was edited after it was submitted. Does not matter anyway.
yeah, I haven't implemented that note that a comment was edited. I don't think it matters, especially since there's the 15 minute limit.
I like that it doesn't say it was edited
Good suggestion tonkin - pet peeve of mine was not closing the url properly when adding a link and not being able to fix it.