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Review Prompts in Communities on Lunch.

A feature for Founders to set the tone in their Communities on Lunch.

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A guideline, to follow or not on your writing quest.

  • Oct 26, 2010
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A handy thing to come up with in your community is the review guidelines.  A blank slate to stare at when you are starting a review isn't that helpful but if there is some guidelines to go by it can help.

Seeing an outline helping define what to write and getting some ideas can help bring your ideas together and help bring up things that you might have forgotten.

Guidelines are not in concrete and can be ignored and it's good to remind the reviewer that but it doesn't hurt to have the guidelines in as suggestions to help the reviewer along.  There have been a few times where I'd be writing and I might have forgotten something and a guidline helped me remember.

Set them up and give them a try in the communtiy.  I've seen a few people do it in my own and it I can see where things get brought up that might be ignored.
A guideline, to follow or not on your writing quest.

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November 02, 2010
I find this feature quite useful, but truthfully, I had to fix ours in Movie Hype once or twice. Seems like more folks want freedom in their reviews more than we expected, and that is a good thing. :)
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review by . April 14, 2010
Setting The Tone & Evoking Helpful Reviews In Your Community
Review Settings, are the most useful tool a Lunch Community Founder can use in creating a unique community.  With the aid of an introduction and review prompts, they can help add structure to the reviews, shaping the conversation, as well as help guide community members into writing the best possible reviews for your community. The review introduction explains what you want the specific reviews to be about. If you are in the Manhattan Beach Locals community, you will see this as the review …
review by . May 08, 2010
So, you've joined Lunch and you just joined a community.  The moment you get there you see some topics and then realize... you don't know what to say.  You don't even know how to begin or what it is you want to talk about with the topic you've picked to review.  And let's be honest: Some of us are going to have a brain-fart.  We know exactly what we want to say until the moment we actually get on the page and have to actually start typing the words.  It happens to the best …
Quick Tip by . October 26, 2010
Nice way to get your community members a hand in gathering thoughts on a review
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Review Prompts are a Lunch Community Founder tool that can be accessed through the General Settings, found in the "Manage" link.  Founders can suggest to their members how to structure their reviews, setting the tone of the conversation of their Community by using the prompts to provide a template for the review's content.

A Review Introduction is how Founders shape their Communities on Lunch.  The Review Introduction helps to create the "theme" of their Communities and lets their contributors know what they would like to see. In many Communities, personal experiences, recommendations, and tips are some of the most of the most interesting and useful contributions.

Review Prompts are "thought starters." Use these Review Prompts to help spark ideas and structure the reviews. Sometimes it's hard for people to look at a blank slate and come up with things to write about. This is the Community Founder's chance to help show them the right path.

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