New for your dashboard: upcoming activities

Since we launched the new version Warhorn last summer you’ve been able to register for any number of events with a single Warhorn account. Many of you have taken advantage of this opportunity! 45% of our users are registered for at least two events. Over a thousand people have registered for 5 or more events. One incredibly active user has an astonishing 59 registrations!

However, we haven’t done much to provide you with tools to manage all of these registrations. For example, while your dashboard lists the events you’re attending, there’s no way for you to see the activities for which you’ve signed up at a glance. You have to go through the tedious process of clicking into an event and then to your personal schedule for that single event – and then repeat it for the rest of your events. What a pain! But we’ve got a solution.

The next time you log into your dashboard you’ll see that we’ve replaced the old “events added since your last login” section with a brand new section listing your upcoming activities. Every game you’ve signed up for, across all of your events, in chronological order. See dates, times, locations, whether you’re playing or GMing, all with a single glance. Check it out:

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We’ll keep an eye on this feature to see how you all are using it. We may enhance it in the future to show your activities in the context of a calendar – let us know in the comments here or in an email to info@warhorn.net if you’d like that or if you have any other suggestions for ways to keep up with your registrations and signups.

Enjoy!

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One comment on “New for your dashboard: upcoming activities
  1. […] we mentioned in our last post, we have some very active users; nearly half of you are registered for more than one event. For […]

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