When someone follows you, Twitter and Linked In both allow a "one click" follow from the notification email. Doing the same might increase traffic?2 votes
So when you are at the text stage of asking your question you could add a photo too?25 votes
Especially if the comment belongs to a question or answer that I posted anonymously, in which case the comment should be anonymous by default.14 votes
I spoke today about serial posters, I realise that in an ideal world you want as many posts from as many people as possible, so stifling serial posters is counter productive. So how about this as an idea.
You limit the view of the posts to the other people looking. By this I mean, rather that seeing 1 person posting 20 questions in a row, you break this up and only show say 5 posts from that person in a row.1 vote
Are being silly6 votes
From the discover page, clicking on a question opens a new window. This functionality doesn't exist elsewhere and makes it difficult to navigate back to the discovery page.1 vote
Hi, Great to get your feed back on this, we were concerned that going away and back to the page might be more irritating. I’m going to leave this open to see if we get a few more opinions on the matter. Thanks for using Blurtit
When closing the tab after making an edit in Chrome on Mac I get asked if I want to stay on the page or leave and lose any unsaved changes even though they have already been saved.1 vote
Hello, thanks for highlighting this issue. We have raised a ticket for that bug to be fixed. Thanks for using Blurtit!
When viewing the topics page it might be an idea to show an icon or literal that indicates if you are already following. Just a thought...1 vote
Thank you very much for your feedback. I’ll pass this suggestion onto our development team.
The Blurtit Team.
When I receive an email that somebody's commented on my answer, I'd like to know who it is there and then.1 vote
We plan to tell you who has commented or answered your question in your notifying email.
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