I have already mentioned.
Those testers are the best who don’t know how to test.
So they will test nothing.
Only searching for some text, “copy and paste” and test is done.
Anker Community: 2022 Rewind & 2023 Kickoff
I have already mentioned.
Learning & sharing product specs and diagnosing problems making suggestions on product revisions
I miss the Good old days before the forum was fractured by the creation of the soundcore forum after rebuilding our forum to then abandon it @AnkerOfficial I never understood that decision why Anker? why?
Id love all of the above I loved what the community used to be I loved writing reviews and testing products and talking about what was to come and helping new and old users with their problems. I love getting to talk with friends on here and watch community grow as we all share a love for the same Anker. I was sad when they moved so much to social media as it doesn’t feel very social at all. I was sad when there seems to be no use of powerbucks anymore ( I wish I could use them to buy the Ankermake 3D printer) I think personally it would be better to not have split fully into so many sites.
This post has me really hopefully for the future I hope it goes well. I stayed along with others even when it felt all hope was lost
Rhetorical as I’m sure they are not reading this to answer.
At the time they wanted a new brand to not be associated with batteries. They also made a focus on music I suspect for their failed attempt to be linked with a streaming service.
A big part of this was also Lawrence (Loz) who worked within Anker’s HQ then left for NZ then returned working remote (lockdown) now is freelance. Looking at the careers of those fluxing in and out at Anker there’s clearly more interest in being in the “big” SM platforms than reference their skills there.
I replied here: Is this community dead and does Anker care?
Hiya! New admin is now on board with Anker. It’s me! You’ll see a lot more engagement here than you have in the last nine months, and in time my hope is that you’ll have a fantastic experience overall with the brand and other members. Thanks for asking. I appreciate it @dezsweeps
Welcome to the community feels like a thing to say to the Admin but Welcome to the community
Hallo, what a great miracle has happened.
Someone from the staff shows up.
You are welcome here.
There are a few of the “very old regulars” left here.
But I am sure others will show up when the forum is brought back to life again.
You should listen to their proposals, because they know a lot about Anker and its products.
This knowledge of these regulars is a real treasure.
Anker has to care about it by not neglecting the forum anymore as it was done in the past.
Looking forward to it! Thanks, AO!
You said it, man. (Thanks Dude!)
Here … but barely. The backend of this forum is not like Reddit Thanks for bearing with me as I master this ropes course of community.
Dang… wished you came a little earlier. I just bought AirPods 2nd gen today and they are amazing
Ha! At this point, I’m not able to support Soundcore, but you can see my reply and reaction to your comment on the Admin Who Dis thread, lol.
I really hope a lot of the other regulars come back as the community come back to life the few that stayed were great btmut it was lonely missing the rest of the anker family
But we, because we never surrendered, we won at last.
Grateful for the hardcores 4 eva!
May be you could use not such “special English”.
For those like me its often not easy to understand.
But I am a minority, I know.
You see me as the one of the really last Neandertaler.
Uneducated and living in caves,
But we do our best!
I’m sure they will once they see activity has resumed. It would help if Anker would consolidate all of the communities into one
I’m 0.5% Neanderthal maybe we’re cousins