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    Signatures Gone on Forums

    Anyone else who has used signatures in their forum profiles notice that they are now gone? I used to have a signature on all my postings but it is now gone and it seems there is no longer this capability?

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    Originally posted by lujan View Post
    Anyone else who has used signatures in their forum profiles notice that they are now gone? I used to have a signature on all my postings but it is now gone and it seems there is no longer this capability?
    I think it's been removed for almost a year at this point.

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      #3
      Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

      Mine was there two days ago. I know because I referred someone in these forums to a link in my signature.

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        #4
        Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

        Originally posted by DanielH View Post
        I think it's been removed for almost a year at this point.
        mine was there a few days ago as well cause i jut updated it, also i looked at someones and linked off it the other day

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          Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

          Yeah, it just happened. I don't know what Dan is talking about?

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            #6
            Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

            Originally posted by lujan View Post
            Yeah, it just happened. I don't know what Dan is talking about?
            I still miss the profile pictures, and want those back

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              #7
              Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

              I'm fine with no signatures. I always hide them anyway. I can get by without profile pictures, too.

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                #8
                Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

                Originally posted by jeffpn View Post
                I'm fine with no signatures. I always hide them anyway. I can get by without profile pictures, too.
                I don't know why Vudu would get rid of features all of a sudden with no notice to the customer?

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                  #9
                  Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

                  I'm thinking you did notice. Unless you are referring to advance notice. It's their forum. They get to run it however they want. What would be the point of advance notice on eliminating signatures?

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                    Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

                    Originally posted by jeffpn View Post
                    I'm thinking you did notice. Unless you are referring to advance notice. It's their forum. They get to run it however they want. What would be the point of advance notice on eliminating signatures?
                    I'm talking about advance notice on any kind of changes, not just eliminating signatures. It's just good business practice.

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                      Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

                      To what end? I guess I'm not understanding you. It's their forum, their rules. I don't see where they owe notice or explanation for anything they do. What percentage of their customers are active users on the forums? I think their resources would be much better suited getting all of the UV complaints and release timeliness issues resolved, than something so trivial as notifying such a minutely small percentage of their customer base that they're taking signatures away on the forums.

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                        #12
                        Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

                        Originally posted by lujan View Post
                        I'm talking about advance notice on any kind of changes, not just eliminating signatures. It's just good business practice.
                        Only if you're operating a community forum, not a company forum. To give you my perspective, I've operated plenty of each, and with corporate boards if you decide to make a change and you do not want to put it to a vote as you would generally do with a community forum, you don't announce it beforehand, otherwise people think they can change your mind. The flip side is that you should make certain that the change is important enough that you will stick to it no matter what the reaction. If you're not that determined, then you can ask for input beforehand.

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                          Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

                          Originally posted by MaxH View Post
                          Only if you're operating a community forum, not a company forum. To give you my perspective, I've operated plenty of each, and with corporate boards if you decide to make a change and you do not want to put it to a vote as you would generally do with a community forum, you don't announce it beforehand, otherwise people think they can change your mind. The flip side is that you should make certain that the change is important enough that you will stick to it no matter what the reaction. If you're not that determined, then you can ask for input beforehand.
                          Originally posted by jeffpn View Post
                          To what end? I guess I'm not understanding you. It's their forum, their rules. I don't see where they owe notice or explanation for anything they do. What percentage of their customers are active users on the forums? I think their resources would be much better suited getting all of the UV complaints and release timeliness issues resolved, than something so trivial as notifying such a minutely small percentage of their customer base that they're taking signatures away on the forums.
                          I guess I can just manually put the signature into each posting?

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                            #14
                            Re: Signatures Gone on Forums

                            Yeah, I was going to suggest that earlier. I've never understood the point of signatures.



                            Signature free for 48.5 years.

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