Steps to create a Wayscap account:
Steps to create a Collection Board:
If you are targeting a post:
If you are targeting a board:
• If you choose to suggest from an external link, once you've entered the URL and tapped/clicked on , Wayscap engine will check if the link was previously registered in our database. In case it was, a confirmation message will appear. In case the link wasn't registered yet, you'll be redirected to a screen where you'll be able to edit the link's data. Once edited, tap/click on and a confirmation message will appear.
• If you choose to suggest from the community, you'll be redirected to a posts feed. Tap/click on the post you want to suggest to the targeted board; a confirmation message will appear (if the post you need is not in the loaded feed, use the search box to find it).
NOTE: The same link/post can only be registered once in Wayscap's database. Every time different users suggest the same post, the suggested count will increase on the original suggestion but it won't be duplicated in our database as a new suggested post.
You'll be able to edit a linked post's data only once Wayscap Team has verified your account. (see above)
Take into account, that once you remove a comment/suggestion, you won't be able to undo this action. If you're sure about it, tap/click on , and it'll be removed.
To mute the activity from a Board, a Post or a User:
Follow the same process to unmute the Board, Post or User
Wayscap is a platform for communities to collect, share and give opinion about all useful blog posts found while surfing the net. Blog posts may contain tips, ideas, tutorials, recipes and more; these posts will be shared within the community with the purpose of being useful.
Content shared within the Wayscap community is limited to blog posts, though not all blog posts are allowed. Users are forewarned not to share blog post containing:
While guided by the rule of being useful, users must avoid these behaviours within the community activities and interactions:
We'll be sure to enforce our rules by: