I noticed this: ''Social media trophies stopped being awarded on June 2.''
Is there a reasoning behind this decision?
//From a user who has been chasing bread to get the 75 threads trophy for a long time
ok, so I don't 100% have an answer for you, but I think it's one of two things. Either 1. we don't have anyone counting selected threads anymore
(though iirc I think Jana was taking over that role) or 2. the system being taken advantage of.
Well, that sucks... I hope social media team considers taking it back because it was a great help for users who would like to reach VIP and didn't want to play games.
I would like to suggest that SNS incorporates some standards in their tweets and posts about updates. I understand that you guys are aiming to encourage creativity in posts, but this absolutely should not come at the expense of accuracy - otherwise as someone else has mentioned, this site would be no different from all*pop or k***boo.
I haven't seen where this was mentioned and thus did not know it was a problem.
Understood. We'll take these suggestions to mind and adjust accordingly.
Also, we do require some semblance of creativity in our tweets and due to this can't just tweet:
"XX released a teaser fo YY be sure to check it out on ZZ thread on #HallyuPlus!"
as it does not exactly conform to the current standards as we require something that is more likely to grab some attention. We'll be more careful in the way we go about crafting our tweets.
The Translations team has become slightly less active lately due to lack in manpower so I'm not sure how that would go about...
As for now, I'd say it would be safer to pull creative content related to the video itself rather than the lyrics itself due to this while at the same time continuing to keep the creative nature of our tweets.
Also, feel free to provide feedback if you think the general composition of our tweets is improved so we know if we're heading in the right direction with the platform.
This is what I'm looking at now. Creative enough, but also not super out there in the exaggeration of a story. I'm trying to find a middle ground between creative and informative: