I was not aware that clicking an avatar pops-up a info dialog which contains the filter view.
Nice, but after second thought the thing that would really add some value to me is the overlay of the ‘like counter glyph’ on the avatar.
Benefit here is that I do not need to click each avatar to get this ‘like count’ or amount of posts info. (Only the number of posts is defined as filter, no feedback on the ‘like’ grades)
If I would see, like in the example, your collegue with 33 likes, then I would use the filter as currently implemented to find out where the 33 like message is - but now I need to open each avatar to find out the likes on the avatar … or scroll and try to find the message with the highest like count.
I guess likes give some feedback about the ‘importance’ of a post, more than the ‘number of relies’ (which is visible by default).
Upper right corner shows replies, lower left shows likes?
Other thoughts on my mind:
- Only show the highest like count, or sum of all likes of user?
- There could be additional options under ‘user preferences’ that tweak the look-and-feel of the ‘summary box’ ? Or just click on the ^ to rotate through several ‘sumary box’ implementations - ranging from ‘starter’ to ‘pro’?