More suggestions for EF:

More suggestions for EF:

ToyGurl ToyGurl
So I had a couple random thoughts today as I went jogging about EF. Here they are. Tell me what you think.

1. Having more than one chance to do a follow-up. You don't necessarily need to give us points, of course. But it would be nice. For instance, I like to do my follow-ups around a month or two after use, simply because some toys break or wear out by that time. It's good to let people know. But what if we had a chance to do follow-ups like this:

Follow-Up #1 - 2 months
Follow-Up #2 - 4 months
Follow-Up #4 - 6 months
etc.

We could even have the option to edit our follow ups, and maybe there could be a + button to add a new part to the follow up.

2. Have "tasks" assigned to reviewers participating in the editor program. I often find that when I get on the task market, all the tasks are gone. I've been getting on each day and there are none. I find it funny because you see new reviewers all the time, and I wonder how on this earth there are no reviews on the market. So assigning reviews/tasks to editors would be really nice... it would make things more fair.

EF could maybe assign about 5 at a time. Once completed, assign more. It would give all the editors a chance. I've only had the privelage to edit two reviews and that kind of stinks :/
10/04/2011
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
Thanks for the input STL.

For the first one, reviewers have the option of doing a follow-up review when they feel it's relevant. Eden gives 2 months as a general idea for when to do a follow-up. You don't have to do a f/u review at 2 months. You can definitely wait longer if you want.

As for assigning tasks, that isn't a bad idea in concept, but the practicality of it would be a time drain. It could also lead to reviews just sitting while an Editor is away from EF for whatever reason, which would work against the idea of EdenTasks to begin with. The idea behind the program was to free up time for EF staffers (mostly Sammi and me) from proofing all the reviews that come in.

Hope that clears things up a little bit!
10/04/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
Thanks for the input STL.

For the first one, reviewers have the option of doing a follow-up review when they feel it's relevant. Eden gives 2 months as a general idea for when to do a follow-up. You don't have to do a f/u review at 2 ...
I definitely see where you're coming from, that makes tons of sense. The second one, I totally get. As for the first suggestion, I just thought it would be nice because you get to that point where you can't edit your reviews anymore and it sucks!

Like basically my issue for one of my toys was that it still wasn't working for me, even after two months. But recently I found a whole other way to use it. I'd like to let others know that. But I will just start to wait longer, that's probably best!
10/05/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
Thanks for the input STL.

For the first one, reviewers have the option of doing a follow-up review when they feel it's relevant. Eden gives 2 months as a general idea for when to do a follow-up. You don't have to do a f/u review at 2 ...
I definitely see where you're coming from, that makes tons of sense. The second one, I totally get. As for the first suggestion, I just thought it would be nice because you get to that point where you can't edit your reviews anymore and it sucks!

Like basically my issue for one of my toys was that it still wasn't working for me, even after two months. But recently I found a whole other way to use it. I'd like to let others know that. But I will just start to wait longer, that's probably best!
10/05/2011
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