Just wanted to confirm this and show an example of what a series looks like on the app.
Definitely no way to really apply this to the app, I don't think. Unless you add a line in the series description or in the episode description. However, links are hard to follow on the app and that would be a bit cumbersome to include a creator recommendation in those description areas. I think the site it only place to truly utilize this.
Even with this year's holiday collab, there has been some feedback from readers on the app that they have a hard time following links in the description on the hub series. We've been lucky however, that the episodes posting have gained enough traction on the site to appear in the following day's Daily Snack where app users can follow there. [figured I'd share that a bit since it's sort of on the subject]
I love the idea of cross promoting and I think readers get a kick out of it too. On a webcomic's actual official site, it's not uncommon to see a Links page that is filled with the creator's webcomic reading list. I think this is a clever idea to bring that concept to the Tapastic platform.
Another option might be to use the small custom banner at the end of the series for a Creator Recommendation. In case, creator's want to reserve their big banner area for Patreon/Kickstarter links and such.
YES! So agree! Tapastic is offering us just a platform to show our comic. It's really up to creators to test it's boundaries, and see what can be done within the limitations. So many great and clever ideas come from making the most of what you have. I still love @keii4ii's idea of setting episode thumbnails as pieces in a bigger picture. [Not sure if you started it but I got that idea from you X3 ]
Also AH! It's so hard to pick one to recommend @A@
I have so many I'd like to shout out are awesome!