Bring back member photos
I used to be able to see many pictures of other members, all the ones they had uploaded as well as tagged photos. Now all I can see is one photo of their uploaded pictures (and it won't allow a bigger picture by clicking it anymore) and their tagged pictures.
The thumbnail picture is often too small to tell what someone looks like so you can't recognize them at a meetup. And many people don't have any tagged photos, so that leaves just one small thumbnail to see, when they may have uploaded many to share.
Unable to see mutiple photos of meetup members.. is there a settings problem?
I can't click on the member's photos anymore and see larger and other photos. It is sometimes impossible to see who they are. You can't see the photos they are tagged in.
Why suddenly are user's group profile pics viewable as thumbnails only? I think this new feature totally SUCKS. What's the point in uploading multiple images if they can't be viewed by other members of the group? Please log my response as an emphatic UNLIKE. Bad idea all around :(
As an Organizer, I like to see multiple photos of my members. They would not post those photos if they didn't want to. It tells a lot about someone. I have a DOG WALKING group, we all post pix of our pups as our main profile photos, but we do other things too. From hiking to dogs to kids to partying to ....Why did you change this! Please go back to displaying all member uploaded photos to profiles.
When I host a hike, new members don't know what I look like, only what my dog looks like. Many prorile photos only show someone from far away, and we can't identify people from one photo.
Please, you just changed this around mid Sept, 2013 can you go back to the old system?
kEITH j. commented
I agree .... as an Organizer, we used those photos to identify people and as a screening process for approval into our group. I don't get it, why would you make those photos that someone voluntarily put into their profile available for viewing ?
YES! I can't imagine why someone thought it was a good idea to take them away. Now I can't identify people at meetups - sometimes when I'm trying to actually find the group at the location, not just when I'm trying to put a name to a face. Also, a lot of the events I go to are dating events for singles. I want to see pictures: in advance *and* after the meetup.