You should really join HS. I assume you have already read through a lot of stuff to know what HS means and to know how to tag the OMTL (unless you’re not new). Something tells me you have already done the discobot new user tutorial,but if not, type out, @discobot start new user. You can tag me if needed by putting an @ then my username. Here are some topics that might help you:
Hi, I’m @Madi_Hopscotch_ and -Madi- on Hopscotch. You’ll have a great time here! Just tag me if you have any questions (I’ve been on Hopscotch since 2014 so I know a lot about Hopscotch! ) and I’d be happy to help.
Hi! Here’s a little essay that I wrote for new forumers:
It's a delight to have new forumers come! To get started, browse through some of the topics that have already been created to see what the forum is all about.
Things to remember about topics
Since you've made this topic, you know how to create a topic -- that's good news! Creating topics gives you the power to ask questions about coding! You can also make clubs and collaborations, and get feedback or help with your projects. There *are* guidelines for making topics, though -- here are the main ones, to set you in the right direction.
Always make topics relating to
If you like to get input on your projects, consider making a topic specifically for that, versus making a new topic each time that you want to get suggestions
SBYP, or search before you post. Sometimes when you have a question, it has already been answered! Try searching through topics by clicking the icon up at the top of the page.
How to be a helpful Hopscotcher
When you are on other people's topics -- whether you are helping them out or simply chatting with others (or even learning from others), remember to always be cordial and kind. Even if someone disagrees with you, be respectful of their opinion, and discuss civilly, not irrationally or heatedly.
Also, remember to keep your discussion on-topic -- if you're in a coding collaboration, remember to only discuss that coding collaboration, not anything else. Same goes for any other topic.
Places to go when you don't have any ideas for what to code
Sometimes, no matter how great a coder you are, you just don't have any ideas of *what* to make! In that case, check out these links.
Rawrbear’s list is an impressively long source of inspiration!
My list is one that anyone can add to – it’s constantly changing.