How To: li.st 2.4.0+
Inspired by comments and lists and such
- •Need hope, I gotcha covered!It's not really hope as much as faith. I guess at the core of it, the interface is only one part of it for me. It's the people I interact with; whether it be on lists, in DM or via another platform. I'm not phased (to any overwhelming sense) by the changes.
- •Yeah, but the community is changing!Such a great metaphor for life! Life changes, how do you cope? You adapt! Your regulars are quiet, or moved on? Find new regulars! Get back to li.st basics: follow, like, comment!
- •It's soooooo quiet!That's true to a degree. Try being on my timezone. Where are you all at my 4pm?! Huh?! If it's quiet, make some noise, tag your faves. Now is not a time to be shy. Interact, motherfuckers! (said with love ♥️)
- •It's just too different, I can't get my head around it.Can't or won't? Check yourself!
- •I might take a break.Cool! Sweet. li.st will be here when you get back. @ me when you return, I'll fill you in on the changes and any goss that went down while you were gone.
- •But I just want it the way it wasAt which point? It has been changing since it was a little baby-beta app in 2014! The list you know today will be different again in .... weeks/months. It's evolving and you're a part of that until you're not.
- •Need hope still? Ok, I'll send you as much as I can spare. I'm using up a fair bit of it in my personal life!Love you weirdos (again, said with love!) 😘😘😘
- •#toughlove(followed by hugs, because truly, I really am a lover who cares)
- •Something I did recently that helped...Cull and redo notifications. Different times for different folks, you know? I recently changed up a bunch of my notifs.
- •Take a leaf outta someone else's ..ahh, lists?! 🤔@andersun does this amazing thing at connecting the community! He @'s people of interest into comments. I recently asked for Hamlet suggestions. He @ me a couple listers and lists. I said to him I felt foolish afterwards bc I could've just used search and then he reminded me that listing, @'ing and commenting were better than just using the search field. He is (was) so right.