Apparently your reading comprehension skills need a refresher. Forums are for open discussion. As we read this forum there was a lot of discussion on whether not services should be allowed on the platform. Many pros and cons were discussed. If you had taken the time to read at the bottom of my original post we tagged the community manager because we want to get feedback from the community manager. If our intention was to blatantly ignore posting guidelines we could’ve put up a post in the regular sale section advertising our services. But as we had previously pointed out, we read in the posting guidelines for selling items that at present services are not supported. Apparently you don’t know the difference between a forum discussion section, and a items for sale section. Should the community manager want to see exactly what we were referencing regarding our services, the link was added. It was appropriate in this context. We are in a discussion forum. It would not be appropriate in the general SELL section.
Now you’re a little butt hurt because we added a link to what was supposed to be an open discussion forum. Before making this post we read a lot of people having issues with running the app on a non-android device. We have the app running inside an android emulator, and are able to import images and text descriptions with a few workarounds. There appears to be a lot of people that would like to use this application on a laptop or desktop. So if we take the time to make a instructional video on how to do that, based on your reaction are we supposed to censor this knowledge because it hurts your little feelings.
Well here is another URL link that is posted in this forum:
See if that triggers your sensitive feelings, and when management wants to actually have a discussion about adding services we would be happy to participate. FYI: if you look at the career opportunity section of this platform you’ll see that there is a lot of openings for front end and back end developers. From that it’s easy to see that management wants to take this platform to a larger level than just a neighborhood garage sale. Services would add to that growth.
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