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  • Boudicca
    +2

    Hi Raycu, I guess I was throwing it out there for people's thoughts on the phase that Snapzu may be in. I have read a few posts now where people are expressing concerns that the Snapzu culture may be affected negatively by a big influx of people who are possibly used to relating in a different way, and I wanted to provide a framework to contextualise that. So given I asked the question, what you think is important to me, thanks for commenting :)

    • sirlag
      +3

      Hey. Just a differing opinion, I think the influx of users has been a great thing. I have had an account for a while, but barely used it as there was just not enough users for the site to function in a decent manner. But with this sudden influx, even if some users are bringing in tendencies from other sites, we will slowly hit the critical mass for Snapzu to function as a decent hub for discussion!

      • Boudicca
        +3

        Yes, from what I have seen so far and from what I have read of other posts, there seems to have been a lot of benefits too- tribes being reclaimed and populated, new points of views, more content, new tribes, interesting engaging people etc. I guess what I am postulating is that with change and growth can come conflict, and that isnt necessarily a bad thing its just part of the process.