1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 1, 2013 4:54 AM by Kevin.Conaway

    Does Bunchball ignore your actions on your own content?

      There are a number of actions you can use in missions in Bunchball which depend on people interacting with your content, such as

      • Had their binary document downloaded
      • Had an object of theirs liked.

      Can you give yourself points by performing these actions on your own content? Or is Bunchball filtering out actions you take on your own content, as it should?

        • Re: Does Bunchball ignore your actions on your own content?

          Its case by case.

           

          Some things are restricted by the user interface and we don't have any special handling for (liking, rating), some things we don't care about (sharing, bookmarking) and some things we do care about (marking your own answer correct or helpful).  Finally there are things that we forget about, like downloading a binary document.

           

          If you have some other specific use cases, I'd be happy to see what the behavior is.