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  • eggpl4nt
    +4

    Oh, wow, I think this would be a great idea! Kind of like when you select tribes when you're submitting a snap, you can select tribes as neighboring tribes for the sidebar. And if the admins want to, they can increase the amount of sister tribes you can have as you level up.
    I think this gives much more possibility for a cooler format, like instead of just text links that most tribes are doing now, we could also have the avatar of the tribe or whatever the admins think would look best. :) Awesome idea! And a join button next to the tribes is also a great idea!

    • imnotgoats
      +3

      Exactly. I think the tribe flag might be a touch too big if there's a list a few tribes long but I think the base idea really works. Also, adding to the list could appear as a non-mandatory step when you start a new tribe, so the site's actively promoting cross linking, rather than just leaving it to the chiefs' own initiative.

      I feel like a clear connection between tribes will really help the site feel more like a sprawling infrastructure to users, and prevent the feeling of insularity that might exist on the tribe view screen.