Originally posted by morgan102 on Fri 21 Jun, 2019
Is it just my imagination only it seems really quiet on the collaboration front recently - which for a collaboration site is a bit disappointing to say the least.
i was looking at the recent activity thread and it seems that what's happening (with the exception of a few isolated tracks) is we’ve all pretty much stopped joining in with projects or collaborating with each other in any way. There’s a lot of new members who join, load a new project but then nothing seems to happen and they pretty much disappear.
What’s going on?
Do we just want others to join our projects but not join in others?
Do we not really want to collaborate?
I’m really interested in what everyone is thinking about the site, and the way things are - even the conversation seems to have completely dried up..............
Come on everyone, we’re never going to get things really moving if it stays like this...............
Let’s at least get a conversation started about how we can start to get more activity going.........what do you all think we need to do, what’s your expectations and what are you looking for from ProCollabs?
I’ll get a new challenge up and running over the next week or so, maybe that will get some traction, but in the meantime please give me your honest feedback.
Originally posted by Vuya on Wed 19 Jun, 2019
As a relatively new member, my take on things is that yes, it IS pretty quiet here.
Comparing PC to other collab sites, I would say that the talent, in general, is definitely more professional, in terms of quality. But yeah, there seems to be way less engagement, in general.
If I could "fix" one thing about the user interface (which I do think either contributes to confusion/frustration/non-engagement (by visitors or potential new members)0, is the flow by which you feature a track. Honestly, it is clunky, to say the least, and when a track is not featured, it takes some work (and several clicks in) to figure out to listen to a track. I imagine that some visitors (or very new members with zero patience) disengage, when they either can't figure out how to play a track - or else just assume that the creator forgot to upload one.
My two cents ...
Originally posted by GeoffR on Mon 08 Jul, 2019