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Brandon Flade2,769 Points
Some ideas for Treehouse features (profile and job board improvements)
Hello TeamTreehouse Staff! First off, I'd like to say you are providing some well crafted training. I have picked up a lot of useful information and have been entertained the whole way through.
Your Job board is a great addition and provides some interesting opportunities for Treehouse students and employers alike. However, the opportunities you provide can be improved in the following ways:
- Add an area to store a resume / CV in a standard, submit-able format.
- Make it easy to submit the stored resumé to the posted job.
- Allow teamtreehouse users to see who is looking at their profile.
- Add the ability to privately message people from their profiles.
- Have some transparency on the job board; show us how many connections are being made.
I hope you give my ideas some consideration. If you would like me to expand on any of my thoughts here, please respond and I'll be happy to do so. Thank you again for all of your hard work!
Brandon Flade, this is all excellent feedback. We really appreciate students like yourself that give their time to help make the site better.
I especially like number 5. Transparency is a core value at Treehouse. That extends to students as well as evidenced by our content roadmap.
James Page9,621 Points
A 'further reading' section on the tutorial videos would be great. I've started the CSS Foundations lessons and the narrator is just churning words out. Being able to follow up the video contents with something that can be read at pace, or illustrated more clearly, would be really useful. Obviously, I can find this stuff myself (eg, W3Schools), but to have a recommended source to quickly click through to would be very useful.