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    [How To] Submitting Feedback & Suggestions

    Hi Folks,

    If you're looking to submit feedback or a suggestions, we're ready to hear it. That being said it's important to structure your ideas carefully and give sufficient information not only for us, but for your fellow gamers too.

    As much as we'd like to implement each individual suggestion (Believe me, we would) we're far more likely to consider those with a strong community backing first. So if you're sitting on a kick *** idea, make sure you're selling it to the broader community and not just us.

    Some key tips for a good post are as follows:

    • Use a clear, descriptive title. Try not use just one word. Someone clicking on your thread should have a good idea what it's going to be about.
    • Be constructive. If there's something you don't like it won't get fixed with hyperbole and cursing.
    • Explain how you think it should work. Describe what you think is the expected behavior in as much detail as you can.
    • Provide examples (Should they exist)


    That should get you started, and we look forward to hearing from you.
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    Ubi-Cain's Avatar Uplay PC Developer
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    Oct 2014
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    Malmo, Sweden
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    [How To] Submitting Feedback & Suggestions

    Hi Folks,

    If you're looking to submit feedback or a suggestions, we're ready to hear it. That being said it's important to structure your ideas carefully and give sufficient information not only for us, but for your fellow gamers too.

    As much as we'd like to implement each individual suggestion (Believe me, we would) we're far more likely to consider those with a strong community backing first. So if you're sitting on a kick *** idea, make sure you're selling it to the broader community and not just us.

    Some key tips for a good post are as follows:

    • Use a clear, descriptive title. Try not use just one word. Someone clicking on your thread should have a good idea what it's going to be about.
    • Be constructive. If there's something you don't like it won't get fixed with hyperbole and cursing.
    • Explain how you think it should work. Describe what you think is the expected behavior in as much detail as you can.
    • Provide examples (Should they exist)


    That should get you started, and we look forward to hearing from you.
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