Karma Ranks + Leaderboard
I think allot of people like the Karma feature.
But, to be honest I'm missing the big picture. I'm missing the world thats out there.
It would be fun to see Leaderboards which show us our ranking. This allows competitive tasking. Of Course we'll have to keep in mind that there are always dishonest people.
- Leaderboard based on karma rank (rank 1 - ######)
- Daily, weekly, monthly and yearly stats
--> Most earned (Yesterday, last week, last month, last year)
--> Most lost (see above)
--> Most task completed (see above)
--> Best Support (see above) (Support given in the support section)
Disadvantages and how to beat them.
- Spamming features to gain karma
Look inside your database and analyze how much tasks / user / day is completed on an average base.
For example: 25 tasks is the maximum that can be completed per day. Let's say we get +1 karma for each task completed.
Result: Maximum 25 karma earned / day for completion of tasks.
This can be done for almost every spammable feature.
- People that do not wish to be ranked.
Just implement a checkbox in the settings whether they want to take part or not.
- Allot of extra work for the dev's
this would be so much fun!
I would love this. I'm like a Karma junkie! It's worse than when I first joined Facebook!
It would motivate me a lot! Vote!
Can't believe this isn't more popular! 100% would love to see this.
When you add (as you repeatedly expressed) sharing features, it would make sense to have the ability of an internal competition/ internal stats. i.e. just with my company, family etc. people I have shared one or more "stuff" with...
En anglais c'est pas facile.
@Bram: cool ideas man!!
An update for people that haven't found out yet: the only way you lose points now is when you have overdue tasks by +4 days! (due to customers complaining that they lost points for a phone task where the other person wasn't available and they rescheduled, and some buggy code with recurring tasks that you completed, and system thought you postpone it and you were losing points too)
Here's my addition to this enhancement:
For tasks that depend from external input (i.e. phonecall), an enlightened user or master user will get a penalty for postponing it, as he could have used a recurring reminder/attempt rather than scheduling the call. Or if a comment was added (explaining the reason - auditing the attempt) before postponing, will save him from losing Karma points.