MyLot "Most Recent Activity"
November 2, 2017 9:46pm CST
I remember some time ago a few people posted about how good it would be if there's a way to know who's online on myLot. I'm guessing it's because they want immediate interaction, which is understandable. Although we don't currently have that feature I think the closest thing to that is the Most Recent Activity section. I often check recent activities to see members who responded/commented most recently and then either visit their profiles to read their discussions or visit discussions that they recently responded to. Of course you'd have to keep refreshing the page every once in a while to see the most recent ones, but you get the idea. Now I don't consider this a "strategy" or whatever. It's just what I find useful for making the most of my time here, whenever I get the chance to be on. Hopefully the new members would find this helpful as well. Other than notifications, which link/section of the site do you visit most often on myLot?
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@cahaya1983 Yes, there were. You can see the discussion and reactions from users to the suggestion here
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That is a good observation. However reacting to their discussions and not receiving any reply, it is still good as nothing. I have tried to maintain a user whom I used to comment every time he is up with the latest post, but still the same. He may or he may not give you an interaction. He has a preferred friend to react to. The best solution is trial and error or make a weird title. I am sure everybody would react. Like you have swallowed five pieces of nails. You are lucky you have not choked.
I know what you mean. That's why I don't really expect everyone to "return the favor" when I respond or leave a comment. Some people choose the kind of discussions they want to read and respond to, or only respond when they have something to say. But I can say that most members I've interacted with do understand and appreciate mutual interaction on this site.