Share buttons – I think these were removed to allow for natural, organic traffic to come to the site & not via social medial platforms.
Points of Ask Expert answers getting reduced – This is the case with other sections as well, where the quality and to the point info is considered.
Storehouse of photos – If any member wishes to use a photo submitted by a member, it can be done, I think, by locating it through the search box and then downloading it on one's comp, then using it for the article, with due credit to the member who submitted it at ISC. Perhaps an embed HTML feature would cut down this process?
Drop-down menu for posts from everyone – Suggestion will be put forward to the Webmasters.
CC for forum answers – Yes, we need to give cc for good responses, but this should not be the criteria for members to be active in the thread. Members generally participate in a thread out of interest in the topic and if they have something concrete related to it to opine on. It should not be the case that, on seeing cc being given in a thread, members suddenly show fake interest in the thread and perhaps post inane responses.
Inviting experts – Members themselves do submit articles on topics of finance, health, education, etc which are of interest to them or about which they have some knowledge & expertise. We also have had announcements by Tony Sir, inviting good authors to contribute for certain content. So those who are interested can always express their interest to Tony Sir through a message to him and they may get specific topics assigned to them as and when such requirements arise.
Small font – When typing, you could use Ctrl key + plus symbol key (simultaneously hitting these 2 keys) so that at least what you type is visible to you in a larger size. The 'dim' factor is because the default font colour is grey when typing in the box. I think we can request the Webmasters to change it to a darker shade.
Printer-friendly version will be suggested to the Webmasters.
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