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Huddles

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

I'm kind a disappointed that we got rid of the huddles. It gets people to come to the forums. emoticon
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  • STEVEN2GO2
    Huddles are not gone, they are now more interactive with the team wall. When you post each time on a team wall you earn 3 points per post and can reach 21 points per day for your posts. Which means you can earn 21 points from posting than the previous posting of 15 + 5 from huddles, yes extra points!

    There was a big outcry about the loss of team blogs. If you notice on the new team page they list the blogs now with more information besides just the title and author. Also they do not scroll now so you can quickly find those blogs that interest you!
    2286 days ago
  • MEXGAL1
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    2286 days ago
  • IDICEM
    It's disorienting. I liked the ease of getting to my teams through the huddles. And I won't visit as many of my teams on a daily basis without them. Oh, well.
    2288 days ago
  • MPLSKEN
    I miss them, too! But, you can make your own huddles on the Team Wall now. I'm more disappointed that team member blogs aren't listed anymore. Maybe if enough people are bothered by it, they'll bring those back.
    2288 days ago
  • FITMARY
    I'm weirdly, inappropriately, shockingly upset that the HUDDLES are gone! I LOVED those huddles.
    I also really, really miss the easy access to blogs by team members. The blogs of everyone on the team were always there in a stream and now they're....gone?
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    2288 days ago
  • KNEEMAKER
    I didn't know they went away. Gee
    2288 days ago
  • no profile photo CD11358175
    I kinda agree. It was a quick way of being involved.
    2288 days ago
  • -WRKNG2ABTTRME-
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    2288 days ago
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