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Possible Idea?


Possible Idea?

Hey everyone! Some people post interesting updates on league pages. It’s really cool, but it can be hard to keep up with outside. I’ve been thinking lately, and I was wondering how people felt about a Twitter account that would have updates for EVERY SINGLE LEAGUE!!! You could turn on post notifications. Just sent the account a message and see the message go to every owner on PC. Here’s an example:

@gbacci: In league____, the Baltimore Orioles are willing to sell any players.
@Twitter account: Thanks

BREAKING: Baltimore Orioles owner in league ____ had recently stated that he is willing to ship away any players! Per @Twitter account


I think it’s a decent idea. I could even set it up so each tweet goes to a certain folder and you can set up notifications to each folder you’d like to hear about. Thanks for thinking about this, and I look forward to your feedback. Commissioners can also use this as a way to recruit owners!

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It’s just a cooo way to connect all of PC. Not only would it connect us users to potential owners, but also to other users that are in the league. I think it’s a cool idea, frankly. I’d like to hear more input

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Although the use of twitter I feel is massively under utilised (no offense Gbacci), I think time would be better served selling the site with screenshots of game, video of the retro style live games, box scores and its database etc....I cant speak for other users, but personally for me I dont have any potential interest being updated on others leagues via Twitter....especially when as a user I can just view the league

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an idea that is way over due would be the ability to move up/down to minors/majors more than one player at a time. also having injured players highlighted in red maybe. would really be useful after long extra inning game with multi tired rp's

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The problem with any third party platform integration is that it's very hard to say who uses it. While yes it's true most people are on Facebook and/or Twitter, we don't get huge engagement on those platforms - that's a lot of effort to not be certain you're engaging with a high percentage of site users.