I’m contacting you, because we want to get off on the right foot the year and after all the feedback received at Community Connect, we want to know more about the current status of the communities. First step is to analyze the previous year, so we would like to hear from you about 2019. It’s so important for us to know what’s your opinion about the work that we did in 2019. It has been a year of a lot of changes and we would like to continue working in the right direction and find solutions to any problem detected by you in the last year.
We know that you could have questions about the UCP too, please feel free to ask me anything about it and I will share your concerns, comments and questions with the other Community Managers in order to obtain an answer as soon as possible.
Finally, also I would like to invite you to rate the last year in Fandom from 1 to 5, meaning 1 as "definitely not good" and 5 like "this has been a fantastic year!". It would be super helpful for our work.
BTW, if you haven’t joined us on Discord, feel free to do it, we plan to run some new projects there and use it as platform to communicate important things to TV/Movies communities, so you will be welcome to our server!
And like I said, let me know if you have any question. I will be happy to help you.
I'd like to see the Off-world colonies as well. But if it stayed on Earth, I'd like to see something other than the US West Coast, since that's all we've seen in the Electric Sheep/Blade Runner canon, aside from just glimpses of the Off-world.
Hey again! One thing that had not occurred to me that I saw on Twitter...
I think it would definitely be a good idea to make a big deal of this on the wiki, with it being the month and year the original Blade Runner movie was set. Perhaps a main page edit and an Announced Discussions post would be great steps!
That is sad for sure. I have that a bit for SpongeBob - the release schedule is very erratic, releasing one or two episodes a week, having two weeks off, then more releases, then a month off etc. It's tough as you never feel in control. Hopefully it all works out! :)
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This feature includes some really insightful statistics that should allow you guys to inform some wiki decisions, such as:
Top viewed pages
# of page views (daily over the past 30 days)
Most visited files
Desktop vs mobile sessions
So as I mentioned above, this feature is really great as it allows you to see what areas are doing very well and how you can capitalise on them. For example, one of your current most popular articles is Baseline test. This makes sense as it's a crucial part of the franchise and one even I'm curious about! As readers are interested in that, you could place that file in more prominent places perhaps in the Did you know? section of your main page.
Hopefully you like this feature, it's been highly requested for some time and we would really appreciate your feedback on it. For more help with it, please feel free to ask me questions and also refer to these two super useful articles: