Hello everyone! Today, ReadCash announced another change - cancelling of Featured Communities experiment https://read.cash/@Read.Cash/heads-up-featured-communities-will-be-gone-ef1862e0
This is just my own point of view regarding communities and I have a few suggestions. @Read.Cash said about 350 communities are being registered in a day and doubles on the following days. I have observed that some of these communities are being redundant or having the same topic. So, why not just put this together as one. What I mean is that upon submission of every community, it must be screened out if a community has the same name with the first approved/registered one.
To make this more clear I will set an example: Community names Love 101 and Love 102. They have the same title and Love 101 was the first one to get registered as a community, so screen out Love 102 and advise its creator / moderator to create another topic or change its community name and description. This could help writers get their articles into the right community. Also, this could lessen the confusion of writers as to where they would best submit their articles.
Evaluate it by language settings. For example: Love 101 sets language to English and Love 102 to Tagalog. The two might be accepted but one must change its name like "Love - tagalog language only". It might be accepted to give room to those who are comfortable writing with their own language.
This post is not a demand. I'm sharing my own thoughts and I'm expecting some would not like this idea. I only want to suggest this things that might help ReadCash be put into place so it won't keep changing its rules from time to time.
As a writer and reader, going over the list of communities with the same names, maybe different titles but with the same thought, it's really time consuming also. Scrolling down to find a community to join takes a lot of time because of the too many registered communities. Besides as I think about this, it looks neat. Uniform topic in one community, synchronized languages and one title for each topic to appear in the list. Writers can choose better.