I have the pleasure to announce that the SpaceSector’s Forum now has a built-in shoutbox chat system!
You can use this chat window to say anything you’d like. Messages persist over time so you may send your message and then get back later to see the resulting feedback.
You don’t need to register in the forums to be able to chat! However if you do register in the forums you will get identified in your messages with your user name instead of just getting an identification number right next to your message.
The reason to include a chat window in the forum is simple: to increase interactivity between the site users. To offer a place for people to express their thoughts quickly and in a more personal way. To turn the site more alive!
Start chatting here.
In addition to the chat system I also decided to do a little forum re-structuring.
SpaceSector Forums Re-Shape
After analysing the forums current structure I decided to do a small re-shape. You can now discuss Space/Sci-Fi strategy games inside one of four categories: “Available Games”, “Games Coming Soon”, “Games Under Development” and “Announced Games”.
In each of these categories there is a specific thread open for each game. You can discuss the games inside each of these threads, or you can launch your own threads, as you desire. As soon as games get released or it’s status change to “coming soon” I’ll move the threads around to the right place.
I think this a more appropriate way to discuss the games. If you don’t agree, or have any comments, just let me know :) You can use the Suggestions & Ideas forum for that, alternatively just send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I think this new chat system and forum re-shape will attract more people to the forums. I’m also convinced that more people will find the site forum more fun! I hope you agree :)
Hope to see you around!
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