Clean up the forum

Clean up the forum

ManicRaider's picture

You guys need to clean up the forum a bit. Start by putting your original shows, movies and specials into their own section and make them sub-forums of that section. It should be called something like FEARnet Originals. Next, get rid of some of the lesser needed forums like FEARnet Just Killed Me!, Scares that Care, The Walking Dead, TV and How well do you know Horror etc. These can be topics in the General Horror Discussion forum. In Scares that Care's case, that should be a promotional thing not a forum. These are real suggestions are not meant to be taken as mean-spirited or anything like that. These actions will help the forum look cleaner and easy to navigate.

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ladygaga1977's picture

Yeah you have a good point

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klownz's picture

scares that care is for charity so it should have its own place but the people that are behind it should put more into it.

I do agree the rest of the discussion boards need a spring clean especially the 2010 board lol! wtf is that still doing there?

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HELLFIGHTER's picture

You should point all of this out to Admin as a suggestion on his current discussion about the FEARnet revamp, Manic. I know he is listening.

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FEARNETadmin's picture

I am in 100% agreement with you Manic, I actually do plan to clean the forums up a bit.  We have transferred from a a few platforms over the years and things have gotten a bit messy.  

We have been focusing on functionality and bugs lately, but getting things sorted out is absolutly in the cards.  I want to make sure i don't move anything and make it hard to find for anyone.

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ManicRaider's picture

Thanks for the postive reply and thanks to everyone else for all of the positive responses.

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bootsngin's picture
Place will remain #1 no matter Whut. Just don't clean the place OCD LIKE! ;-P
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