Sprint 56 saw the successful implementation of our Adverts and the test version of our Token services. The Adverts also provide real-time cost updates. The team built integration between the token and our platform, made improvements to the user journey, and added the ability to delete pages.
Migrated Earbit users now show in the platform as super users with access to multiple pages.
Further testing needs to be done to ensure everything is working as intended. We need to decide on when to send out the email alerting users to the change and which recipients to include on the list.
The team added the policy agreement to the login screen, replacing the BBC website placeholder.
We changed our theme to dark to help improve the user’s experience based on feedback from target audience testing.
The wallet address now shows in the user profile under My You42.
We’ve got the designs in and appearing on the first login instance. The Skip features functionality skips the entire process for that session. Onboarding restarts when the user attempts to log in again.
Let’s have Onboarding preload to avoid seeing homepage content flash before Onboarding loads completely. We should also remove the user’s ability to scroll while Onboarding loads.
Other items to address:
- Recognizing the user’s device size for correct image display
- Add Close button to the last slide
- Replace “Skip” text with “Get Started”
- Remove the K-Pop reference and update the copy
- Add additional onboarding screens
The Adverts show in the user’s profile and can be linked either locally or externally. You also see real-time updates of impressions, clicks, and last modification date. Adverts are available in both draft and publish mode. The U42 token cost reflects as a decimal.
We’re manually defining the exchange rate as $0.50. Future updates will reflect the market rate of the token cost. Current adverts require manual approval by a You42 super administrator.
Our users currently have issues publishing adverts after filling out the required information and clicking the button. It doesn’t appear to take any type of action. Need to research if insufficient tokens are the cause and provide notification to users if that ends up being the case.
We’ll be locking down this system and making it unavailable to users until it’s fully turned on. That gives us time to test and demo the feature before launching it.
Awaiting further updates to various features including versions of our smart contracts and token service.
We’ll be deleting non-essential accounts, test images, and other content from the platform. Other targets include cleaning up homepage content.