First off, I think BRILLIANT is an absolutely brilliant site, a much better past time than crushing candies or searching through streams of silly cat videos.
Anyway, now that I've been on BRILLIANT for a bit, I'd like to share my wish list with the community to see what everyone might think, mostly coming from a publisher perspective.
These are a few things I'd love to see as part of the BRILLIANT site:
1) Being able to see "incorrect" answers posted to your problems. Often, I post a new problem, and I see something like "48 views (100%) 16 attempts (33%) 0 solvers (0%)". And I think, "Uh oh, maybe my answer was wrong." I am relieved once I see someone get it right. (I follow them almost immediately as a way of saying thanks that I can sleep soundly that night knowing that my answer was likely OK ;0) )
It would be great to be able to see the "incorrect" answers as they are posted. That way, if I see a stream of the same answers I might realize, in fact, that it was my answer that was wrong, and fix up the question accordingly, before more people get frustrated by getting it, incorrectly, wrong.
2) Being able to organize all your problems in a table format, with all the salient details listed in the columns, like "Likes", "Views", "Attempts", "Solvers", "Rating", "Points", etc. So, I could quickly see which problems people like the most, which are maybe too easy etc. Helps me decide what type of problem(s?) to post next! :)
3) Being able to sort by two or more search criteria like Author and Title. Sometimes I sit down and think... "Oh yeah, maybe I'll try that Platonic Solids problem that Calvin posted the other day. So, if I could quickly search by "Calvin" and "Platonic Solids" I could find it more efficiently than endlessly scrolling through Calvin's problems.
4) Being able to add hash tags to problems, so people could quickly find similar problems on the site. e.g. #platonicsolids or #montyhall etc.
Anyone have any other thoughts here?