... Club accounts formed in Hopscotch itself...
You know what I mean?
So here is what I mean.
There will be a tab beside the tab with the panda on it, The one that leads to a menu of your profile, and when you tap it, there will be two buttons on the middle of the screen. There's one called "Create Club" and another called "Join Club".
What they do:
This will create a new group profile in Hopscotch. All your draft and published projects will be kept there if you made it with other people. You can invite people into the club when you tap a button beside the character called "Invite". The feature is only accessible to the creator of the club.
If you tap this button, it will lead you to a screen full of clubs. Beside the names of the club, there will be a button that says "Send Join request". That button will send a request to the creator of the club.
if you are accepted, the "Send Join Request" button will turn into a button that says "Member"
if you are not accepted, the button will remain as it is.
On the Home Screen of the club profile
You will see when the club was formed, the logo/character, the number of members, and button that allows you to see the members (this will be put below the members count).
And of course the projects they liked and published, and if you are a member, the drafts tab.
- if you are a member, you should see a "Notice Board" tab. Over there, the creator and certain Hopscotchers and leave notes about what to do, news, etc etc. (Main Purpose is to notify member.) when a new note is placed, the tab will have a number in red.
Whats the benefits?
Reduced hacking, because it is in-app and also, no password required, only permit from the creator of the club needed. A whole lots safer.
Hopscotchers can make projects together at the same time, without to worry about being hacked.
Like I said, passwords needed. No more log out and log in from an account to another.
What do you think?
Why did I waste my time on this?
I think this is what we have been missing this whole time...