Add a box showing days absence in profile

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DeletedUser27925

Add a box showing days absence in profile

You2020-02-03 08:45:05

Why don't you add a box in each profile like the apple achievement level, this would show how long the player has been absent from the game. So it shows the count of days from the last time the player played.

This will allow the other players to decide whether to be friends with the player or take them out of their guild.
 
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Agent327

FOE Team
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Brilliant idea!!

With such a box I could see if a player is absent. Absent players can not collect, so they are a great target to plunder. Or would that be abuse?
 
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DeletedUser36572

+1

A GPS locator and password possibility, while the player is on vacation would be nice too.

Sarcasm
 

Stephen Longshanks

Guild leaders already have an indicator that show when a member has become inactive. Events History in your Town Hall will allow you to see who has and has not aided you allowing you to decide to be friends or not. Everything you need is already in the game.
Just to expand a bit on this, you can go to the partner website, forge-db.com, and search that player by name on your world (or across all US worlds) to see how active they've been recently, both by battles won and by increase/decrease in ranking points.
 

Jern2017

Well-Known Member
What good would such an indicator do? Someone could play every day all day and not aid you as a friend or do what's required in your guild (aiding, GBG, GE...). You can see all this in your event history tab and even with some kind of active/inactive status display, you'd still want to check those logs to determine if someone is worth keeping.

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DeletedUser27925

Guild leaders already have an indicator that show when a member has become inactive. Events History in your Town Hall will allow you to see who has and has not aided you allowing you to decide to be friends or not. Everything you need is already in the game.
Currently, you can only see or find out if the player has participated in the guild or aided you in the last 7 days . Knowing how long the player has not played by looking at their profile is an easier check to make and decide on your next interactions.
 

Algona

Well-Known Member
It's none of your damn business when I was last on.

Currently, you can only see or find out if the player has participated in the guild or aided you in the last 7 days
How have you played this game for 4 years and not know fundamentals?
 

Stephen Longshanks

Currently, you can only see or find out if the player has participated in the guild or aided you in the last 7 days . Knowing how long the player has not played by looking at their profile is an easier check to make and decide on your next interactions.
Guild leaders on PC have an indicator in the Members tab that shows if a player has been inactive for more than two days. Button turns yellow after two days of inactivity, and turns red after 7 days of inactivity. Not just guild participation, any activity.