Not only that, but you can still see the last time a player was online by clicking directly on their profile. My first alliance used to use that as a way to track whether or not each member was hitting the titan when they were online or not. Those who logged on and didn’t hit the titan got a warning.
They were kind of hardcore, though. We were all informed of the expectations when we joined.
Non game related, I think this whole privacy thing has gone way over what it was intended… if people can look at being online in a video game as personal private data, we definitelly are on the wrong track… there is a very thin line between normality and madness, regarding these privacy issues. For the love of God, a person’s name is not private data, it’s just a way of identifying that person. Same goes for a person’s age or ■■■ and many many other things. You don’t like people seeing you as online, don’t play, simple as that.
This tells me nothing more than I could see already.
If someone hasn’t hit a Titan and was last online 10 minutes ago then I will assume they were interrupted. Don’t hit the Titan at all and I can see you haven’t been online in a day then cool, something has come up.
I don’t think a dot changes anything unless you are the sort of person who wants to sit in an alliance and let everyone else do all the hard work and then just kill the Titan at the end…but again, I know that anyways from the hit log. Or maybe someone who just wants to do wars but not hit the Titan for some reason…in which case I know already too from the data.
So whichever way I go with this I knew it already…so what the gripe is I have no clue
This indicator will be very convenient, you can immediately see which members of the Alliance are currently in the game and can help. Moreover, with a strong desire, you can see it without an indicator - through the list of Alliance members or on the battlefield. When the indicator appears, it will be easier and more convenient. I support the indicator !!