#1 Edited by planetary (342 posts) -

Here's a language consistency nitpick for you. :)

Some paywalled content is labeled as "Subscriber" (as in the videos pull-down, or the subscriber videos page), whereas in other places it's labeled as "Premium" (the tag on top of individual videos, or the upgrade page, or the premium podcasts page).

I would suggest that "subscriber" should always refer to the humans who give the site money, and "premium" should refer to the content they get, and you standardize on this. Content=premium, audience=subscribers.

#2 Posted by LandonRobinson (98 posts) -

I was curious about this distinction as well for a bit. Just seems like an easy database oversight that needs eventual looking-into. Knowing they're the same, it doesn't bother me so much.

But I get what you're saying.

#3 Edited by Zacagawea (1585 posts) -

HOLY SHIT I WAS FREAKING OUT ABOUT THIS TODAY TOO ARE YOU ME OR AM I YOU PLS REPLY PROMPTLY

#4 Edited by Zacagawea (1585 posts) -

Fuck this is days old