Player Level Option

Discussion in 'TW Questions/Comments' started by matchpoints, Jan 11, 2005.

  1. matchpoints

    matchpoints Professional

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    Would it be possible to have player level show under the user name somewhere?

    This would help in reading someone's opinion on a racquet, string, fitness etc....

    Just a thought....
     
  2. TW Staff

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    On other forums, most people list this kind of info in their sig. For instance on a Porsche forum I use, users post the year and type of Porsche(s) in their sig to give other users a head's up. I think this is a good idea as it gives other users an idea of where you're coming from.

    Chris, TW.
     
  3. andfor

    andfor Hall of Fame

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    I'm for it.
     
  4. el_mago

    el_mago Semi-Pro

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    I've already listed mine in my sig.
     
  5. Aykhan Mammadov

    Aykhan Mammadov Hall of Fame

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    TW, by the way can you clarify the following. I joined TW forum at 7 October 2002 as I have just checked in my Inbox ( I can send you e-mail from you which you sent me after registartion). I don't understand why it is written under my name " new user" ?
     
  6. andfor

    andfor Hall of Fame

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    So did I. I think it would be excellent to see. That is as long as everyone posts their real rating.

    I was was trying to think of a way to link it to the USTA's website for verification. But for some, I think it may reveal a little to much personal information.
     
  7. TW Staff

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    This reflects your post count. When you get more posts your title will change to rookie, then semi-pro, then pro etc.

    Chris, TW
     

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