Edited by ZenBalancer at 4-19-2017 18:30 |
Topic is "Relevant News" to Hi13. If you think Hi13 is the most recent Chuwi tablet, then that's not correct. Have you seen the other thread with a solution that was already known in a different unrelated thread? It's about "clear labeling" for anyone to find. Not everyone checks the "last reply overview". In the beginning I only focussed on the Hi13 subforum.
Any news relevant to the Hi13 can be posted in this thread and make sense. Like "upgrades" between Hi13 "lots" like deejay1963 pointed at in the Hi13 Pro "guesses thread", even though it was about Hi13 Pro focussed. It was meant to be helpful. But now if there is any news about improvements between Hi13 "lots" without it being Hi13 Pro upgrade, it can be reported here, since it's news relevant to the Hi13. Also if Hi13 Pro is spotted.
The new Chuwi Tabtops I've posted in the Tablets > General thread, because that made sense. And I wanted a place to put and receive Hi13 relevant news, without it being a "vs Competitors" restricted or oriented.
What I notice, is that you don't want something to draw your attention that is an "unnecessary duplicate" according to your perception. I said the same thing in a different thread for a different reason, so our definitions are not the same. The difference is that now anyone can find relevant info more easily this way. While otherwise only the "ones in the know" would know and would have to repeatedly give answers everytime it is a "by the way" question in an "unrelated thread".
See another great example of a single link OP post as Hi13 vs Hi12. Even though it's to outside the forum, people on the forum don't care that there are threads where answers are already posted. If the "placement" doesn't make sense to them, they won't easily find it. Labeling and linking prevents a lot of hesitations, confusions, without it being "measurable". If viewers or users don't have to ask questions for which answers already exist on the forum, only then has Chuwi and we as a community have done a good job at organizing the content.
One link can make a difference between easily knowing compared to having questions or wondering and having to wait to find out.
Edits: autocomplete fail recovery, additions + clarity.