Here’s a link to an existing discussion on this idea of mine, and was asked to post it here too, to alert Marijn to it.
@Marijn: I don’t know if this is hard to implement, but I think it is a nice idea and many users might like to use it.
I think it could result in a little “hide”-button on the progress page for each list. After clicking that, you won’t see it anymore on that page. It would need a button on top of the page that says “show hidden lists”, so you can see them again and “unhide” them.
Sounds great, I’ll add it to the list
You mean my list with tasks for iCM?
I think that’s what he means indeed.
A high level view of my progress on the beta is on our Trello board: https://trello.com/b/qaYhdlKd/icheckmovies
I’ve logged your feedback as “Ability to hide lists or separate tab for official lists you follow” on this card: https://trello.com/c/Rdj77CfD/715-progress
I’ve logged it with this name, because I’m not yet sure on how to implement this. It might be even more usable if we create a separate tab for lists you follow (on the current version this is called your lists watchlist) instead of the ability to hide lists. But I’m open to suggestions
Thank you for sharing those trello board links.
I’m interested in a way to work backwards, that is, have all the official lists available to me, and then I choose which ones to not have to see on the main progress page. I don’t think I need a separate tab, as I don’t really follow the iCM lists of non-official titles all that much. I use IMDB for that, at this time, and it works very well for me.
The main issue I have is that the top official lists, sorted by closest award are full of titles I’m not interested or able to watch at this time. I use the “thumbs down” notification, without checking them, for each title to let me know which ones to ignore, when I’m looking for the next available title to watch.