- Posted by Damon
- On September 1, 2016
- 0 Comments
I’d like to share our updated Achievement approval workflow. I’m also going to give you a brief look at our updated user experience (built using Google’s Material Design language).
In the current version of Chrome Warrior, Admins can either approve or reject an Achievement. If an Admin rejects an Achievement, an email with the reason for rejection is sent to the player, and they must re-submit their achievement in its entirety. Often, a Player has correctly completed most of the Achievement and only needs to make a couple of additions to earn the Achievement.
With the next release of Chrome Warrior, Admins (and Reviewers) will be able suspend an Achievement to mark it incomplete. When an Admin suspends an Achievement, they can provide an explanation that is included in the comment area (another new feature) of the Achievement.
Players are also able to submit comments, thereby enabling a dialogue within the Chrome Warrior interface. Once the Player feels that they have updated the Achievement to the satisfaction of the Admin, they can re-submit the Achievement for approval. You’ll still be able to reject achievements and you will also be able to provide positive feedback on approvals (courtesy of Grenada Elementary).