I'm looking at the community Peerboards and for the life of me, I have no idea what's new and what's old. I know you guys cleverly created a "trending" and a "recent" but I honestly can't tell what's really new and what's old since clicking on ANY post could either be months ago or hours ago.
For example, let's say if you're looking for a community, and found one that wasn't very active at all, then it would be an unpleasant surprise when you click on a "trending" posts and find out that it's 10 mos old!.
I DO see that you guys implemented timestamps WITHIN the thread of a post. It's nice. I like they way it says things like "14 minutes ago" and when it gets to a certain age its like "10 months ago". That's really nice.
Would you consider adding timestamps in the post lists? I believe timestamps are good for user engagement.
... I take that back... it might even be essential for user engagement!
PS: When I'm in a community thread, it fills me with joy to see a ton of threads reading 1 mins ago, 2 mins ago, 5 mins ago... lol