View streak progress view in user profile

(Da Beast 45) #1

I think a new way to enhance profiles is the current view streak(How many days in a row you visited) so you can keep track of who’s active and who’s not and the user can see how many days until the view streak badges!

(Jeff Atwood) #2

So basically a visible counter to let you know how many days in a row you have visited?

(Da Beast 45) #3

Yes, it’ll be very useful for me and other users, to see after how many days in a row until the aficionado badge.

(Da Beast 45) #4

Is it going to be accepted? Anyone?

(Sam Saffron) #5

eventually we plan to allow for better mechanisms of tracking badge progress, but this requires a lot of thinking and not something that is planned in the near or probably even medium term.

(Da Beast 45) #6

Ok thanks! I’ll be waiting for this feature in the future!

(Dave McClure) #7

I’m imagining something like the GitHub commit view…

(Stan Dyck) #8

I like the way the Garmin badge system shows progress.


(Da Beast 45) #9

@sam something as simple like this is great too!

(Da Beast 45) #10

Or this,

(Sam Saffron) #11

I would like to see a subtab on badges titled “progress” that lists badges that are in-progress. I would even default to this subtab when you are viewing your own profile and click “badges”

However, this is a very big internal change cause we need to add “tracking” queries to each badge and decide which badges show up in progress. Some badges have very complex conditions like trust level badges.

I foresee this will happen in the next 5 years. But I don’t think it will happen in the next 1-2 years.

(Da Beast 45) #12

Thanks! I know it’ll take time, but I’ll be looking forward to seeing it since I’m a big discourse user.