###Suggestion: Submission Entries
These suggestions have to do with the entry DESCRIPTIONS It is important to note that these suggestions are open for interpretation as well as commentary, but I feel would make things a lot easier on creatives (especially) but help CHs as well in the scheme of things.
I think it would be beneficial if entry descriptions were formatted similarly to posts on the forum – what I mean is there should be format options for entries - bold, italic, quote, link, insert picture, and add lists – these options would greatly help us with writing descriptions and making them look nice, well put together, and enable us to share our thoughts more clearly and concisely for CHs to be able to read more fluidly and understand our thoughts better.
Entry descriptions also need to be able to enter a line break/paragraph break. So many times I have tried to separate paragraphs only for the entry to submit and my comment to be one big blob of text which not only looks unprofessional, creates potential stigma and deters possible reading by the CH, but also makes it difficult to read fluidly.
Can the description box be maybe 5-10px bigger horizontally? The text area that we have now is compact in that slide in window and it may be good for generalized comments/descriptions, but a slight bit bigger couldn’t hurt. – This one, in note, isn’t as important but just a suggestion.
There are many reasons for these suggestions, and while they primarily benefit the creatives – the readability and options available with these implementations would enhance the level of service that the CH receives from creatives. Being able to make entries look uniform, well edited, and allow for links to inspirations, quotes to meanings, and images for #inspo (otherwise known as inspiration in the social media and smm community) can show brand appeal and what creatives are imagining/feeling/have in mind for their entries and help CHs to envision such as well. Readability and ways to detract chances of CHs seeing unedited blobs of text that are more than a couple sentences long and deciding to ignore them instead of hassling to read them (#tldr – too long didn’t read) is important for not only the CH to find what they are looking for but for creatives to feel they have explained themselves to the best of their ability and can generate better success, in my opinion.
Again, these are just ideas and suggestions and just one major thing I would utilize to improve the site. People may feel differently, however, and I respect that. I also love all the updates that have come to pass lately. There may be some glitches and confusion and ‘hiccups’ but that’s always a part of growth and evolution and making something that is great even better.