Suggested (future) Pro feature

Just an idea that occurred to me...

Some people produce Instructables that take a long time.  They might want to let people see how they are going.

How about a section on pro orangeboards for Workshop Notes?

Taking the same format as an Instructable (photos, steps, image notes), but showing up only on a pro's orangeboard, and not needing to conform to the usual Ible standards (like "being finished"), they could be a record of the progress being made in a project.

Pros could use one set of workshop notes to record everything they are doing, maybe with a step per project, or they could have a set of notes per project.  In the case of the latter, they could also have the option of, when the project is finished, switching the project from their orangeboard to become a proper published Instructable.

Just a thought.


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Steamdnt7 years ago
 Yeah, A workbench notes Idea would be pretty cool. But it might seem a little too much like a payed facebook then. 
Kiteman (author)  Steamdnt7 years ago
I don't really "do" FB, but I don't think the ible format is possible there?


Jayefuu7 years ago
I like the idea of a "notes" section.

On the talk of pro memberships why am I seeing national geographic images all over the front page? They're hideous!!! And the climbers look a LOT like they've been photoshopped on

https://www.instructables.com/static/img/natgeo/wallpaper.jpg
Obvious shop is obvious! That's awful!
kcls Kryptonite7 years ago
Yes, they are obviously shopped in. I thought we payed for no ads!
Kryptonite kcls7 years ago
Hopefully it means another competition backed by national geographic. If not... damn I hate the front page!
kcls Kryptonite7 years ago
That would actually make sense, because usually they have at least 2 contests running at the same time, and a bunch are ending soon.
Kryptonite kcls7 years ago
I wonder what it would be based on? Fixing something seems to have a fair bet. :P
kcls Kryptonite7 years ago
Or possibly bad photoshopping!
Jayefuu kcls7 years ago
But that wouldn't just disadvantage everyone not in America like most competitions but all of us that don't have Photoshop as well!
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