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Activity Feed or Australia-wide Summary

Activity Feed or Australia-wide Summary  

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  1. 1. Would you prefer to see the Activity Feed or the Australia-wide Summary as the starting page for the site (before you customise it)

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AdamMadd

Would you prefer to see the Activity Feed or the Australia-wide Summary as the starting page for the site (before you customise it).

 

Activity Feed: https://ozclubbers.com.au/discover/

Australia-wide Summary: https://ozclubbers.com.au/summary/all

 

Just deciding on which looks better when a guest first reaches the site, and keen to hear your thoughts.

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Izzy_Indigo

Hi Adam,

My vote is for the Australia-wide summary as a great first page for guests. Gives a real for feel for a small but vibrant and active community on the boards, points them to the interesting threads and removes the impression of a ghost town when clicking on the forums link.

Also will attract promoters I think as it clearly shows there events.

They can then click on the All Activity link at the top of the page (which is pretty much what I first did when I joined).

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AdamMadd

Thanks Izzy

Anyone else have input on what they think would be a suitable front page?

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audiophile

agreed on Australia wide!

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Littleloz

yep, australia wide 

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AnnaBodanna

I actually prefer the activity feed, but i guess i can personalise that myself that can't i?

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