Express your current "INDIVINE" Experience - Improvements & Shortfalls
Hi, blogger friends!
I've been quite enticed by this current "Indivine" format, which happens to be an exciting idea. Nevertheless, I feel that there's always room for improvement in this format too. What's your experience been? And what steps do you suggest towards improvement? If you feel satisfied and contented or otherwise, please, share the whys with Us, here...
Well, now, after all this, I reckon the biggest problem with Indivine is that there's a great deal of discourse on 'forum' by way of multifarious topics about how and what to improve/change in the same, BUT no action of implementation understood, promised or realized yet seems to be in the offing. It seems that the Indiblogger team is quite complacent with the current format, positively speaking, as after all, it's working, nevertheless.
Hence, ceasing to simply keep the ball rolling and killing time, I admit that the current format of Indivine is a gem of good format and is simply fantastic superlatively, without any qualms and, in fact, there is no need to bring about any changes in it, whatsoever.
It would fetch a much larger quantum of dividend for all of us to concentrate on blogging our hearts out rather than trying to meddle with the team's affairs.
In a nutshell, I fathom with rank clarity that it's a Hobson's choice, here!
I think voting on Indivine needs to change. Rather than making it binary it should allow us to rate the post on a 1 to 5 scale. Popular blogs should be selected as a combination of Higher rating and number of votes cast.
For e.g. a Post with rating of 5 but only 2 votes will appear below a post with a rating of 4.5 and 15 votes casted.
I also think that restricting a post to single category is incorrect. For e.g. Bollywood: Miles away from Bharat This post is both rerlated to Politics and Nation building as well Bollywood. Tags surely help, but multiple categories should be allowed.
I really find it hard to digest that some of the posts with much poorer quality are rated higher than mine. Voting needs to encouraged.
Thanks, Sandy, for posting your truly workable suggestions,here!
I myself am awaiting the dawn of intent on the part of the Indiblogger team vis-a-vis Indivine. Let's keep our fingers crossed for that to transpire at the earliest.
Until then, keep blogging for the sake of your readers and fans. Cheers!
I concur with all the ideas given by Shrinath, especially the timeline idea.
It makes no sense otherwise to post something as it could remain under the 'recent' tab for any time ranging from 5 mins to half an hour depending on the traffic at a given point of time.
Hope you are reading this Renie
Now, this "View post to promote" tab is the most phenomenal improvement done to Indivine ever...! This would add so much meaning to it, now... I'm sure! Great innovation, Indi-Team! Keep up the good work...
Have nothing much to comment here. Have posted my first #indivine entry today :D that too a indimeet review.
P.S. More once I use it for couple of times.
Many times good posts are missed or skipped due to a large number of new posts on 'latest' and by the time we want to go back to those missed post, many more new posts are added making the list still longer.
Sir,I am just a few days old on Indiblogger. Will need some time to understand the model.In any case,thanks for your support.