I mean, just off the top of my head . . .
The faulty ink conversion system problems that were pointed out in a separate thread that were never followed up on despite being assured by staff that they would.
The 'politics' concerning the site-wide beta test push that has annoyed plenty and hasn't had any sort of real benefit beyond being another LINE Webtoons clone.
The bare bones novel tools and visibility opportunities (compared to comics) that seem to have gone largely ignored since their initial release with no hope of becoming any more sophisticated than Notepad++.
The lack of transparency between staff and community that's become more and more limited as the years and updates go by.
I can keep going lmao I know you guys are undoubtedly working hard over there, but from a lot of our perspectives, there's very little to show for it (beyond bug fixes and, yknow, the spam bot nonsense). And that includes communication.
Good to hear, hope to actually see the results of this soon.
to add to that earlier list btw of things that "haven't been addressed" because i mentioned this already and it hasn't been touched on. but yknow, whatever, i'll give y'all the benefit of the doubt for not wanting to read one of my classic novella posts :V
this might be sorta random, but this was from one of @michaelson's posts in the "Apologies for the Spam" thread that is now locked.
sooo i guess this algorithm includes comics that have been dead for years? mind you that's in the Genre-specific trending tabs that show up on the sidebars of solo comics, but I don't see how they should be built any differently if it's still "trending". why tf are starting out comics having to compete with Rock & Riot, Treehouse, and Fail By Error, among others? They're all great comics mind you, but I don't see why they're getting top spots in the trending and popular pages when they haven't been active, some for upwards of years (Treehouse hasn't updated in half a decade).