A while back, "Quick Tips" were known as "Micro Review." The point of which was to be able to write a quick review with 140 characters. Like a Twitter update. Part of my point in that particular write up was to express that the reason Micro Reviews worked was because they good for when you don't always have the right words to say. And I still stand by that. That's what's nice about Quick Tips. I've thought about going to change … more
I agree with many people when the old quick tips were around in that they were too short to get out what you wanted to. It was just enough for what would have amounted to a TV Guide blurb. It wasn't too difficult at first but it did get easier with the expanded room to write in. There is plenty on the lunch.com site that I am interested in talking about. I may only have a thought or two if I come across a certain topic and get back to it later but that … more
Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more
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Quick Tips are a feature that allows for Lunchers to way to share their opinions in a quick-take format on Lunch. To share a quick tip, rate the topic and then post a short review. Quick Tips can be written towards the top of any topic page. Videos and images can also be added. If a Luncher has more to say, they can click on the "write a review" link underneath.
Community Founders on Lunch can use this tool to encourage their members to engage in their Communy. The Quick Tips posted in Communities will also be posted to the communities' Twitter accounts if the Twitter Feed tool is enabled. Quick Tips also show up in the activity feed for Communities, as well as the main Lunch.com activity feed.