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Portfolio: index of samples and sorting
Thread poster: Alya

Alya  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 07:50
Member (2004)
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Nov 16, 2006

Recently I have added a few samples to my portfolio, and this immediately brought up two suggestions, which, I hope, may help to make the portfolio more user-friendly, both for the customers and for outsourcers.

Currently all submitted samples are clumped together. This is not the best viewing format.

Firstly, I suggest to add the index of samples at the top of the portfolio tab. This is very convenient if one submits several samples from different working areas (say, pharmaceuticals, social sciences, and textiles). With the help of the index, the potential customers will be able to select the samples from the necessary areas and jump straight to them, without scrolling down. Moreover, this will improve the visibility of working fields for outsourcers.

Secondly, I suggest to add an option to change the order of the samples (by sorting or by dragging). Currently the only possibility to change the order of samples is to delete them and post again.

[Edited at 2006-11-16 18:11]


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Tina Vonhof  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 22:50
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Dutch to English
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Also applies to project history Nov 16, 2006

Excellent suggestion Alya.

This also applies to the project history. Added projects automatically go to the bottom, whereas I would much prefer to see my most recent projects at the top. And as the list gets longer, it would be very useful to have a list of titles at the top as well.


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