This is the time of year when we can really get a lot of work done on the site to make it as user friendly as possible for all of you.
What I'm asking for today are ideas on new features that you'd like to see added to CF in the future. Please send me PM's or emails if possible. I want this to be constructive. I'm looking for things you'd like to see. Some examples are: rosters, depth charts, a chat room, etc. Those sorts of things.
Have a cool example of something from another site that you visit frequently? Please send me a link. Thanks for your time!
Is it possible to have the site generate an ****Official Gameday Thread****? I know that the kids like to race at 12:01 to see who's thread gets put up first, but I think what would be nice is if the first post in the official thread included kick-off/tip-off times, what TV channel the game is on, a link to Cyclones.TV and also a link for Cyclone Radio partners. If there is one thing that drives me nuts on game day it is the amount of threads asking "what channel is the game on? or "is there a link to the game?" I don't want to take the fun away from people staring the official game day thread, but I think it would make the most sense to post that information in the first post so everyone has all the information they need for gameday.
Maybe it is possible already and I'm an idiot, but something like the reply or mention feature on twitter so if someone mentions you in a thread or quotes or replies to you, you can get a notification.
Sometimes it is difficult to remember all the threads one posts in and to follow the conversations.
Exaggeration is a BILLION times worse than understating.
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