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Add groups/clubs that users can join (and tag members when watching films together, etc)

Enable users to create groups they can join, such as "Filmspotting fans," "365 Movies in 365 Days" or groups by location, etc. sort of like Facebook groups.

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      • Diego J TutweillerDiego J Tutweiller commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Would this allow us to form politically centrist user groups in order to tune out white noise from Letterboxd's communist community?

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        If you watched a movie with another letterboxd user you can link them, and it notifies them to rate and confirm etc

      • BrashBirdBrashBird commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        With shared lists you can vote for like in Feedback "Collaborate on a list".

        Would be helpful to organize with roommates.

      • Miklós BotondMiklós Botond commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be nice if we could specify friends (or followers) with whom we watched a particular movie. And maybe a prompt for them if they would like said movie to appear in their Watched list and/or Diary.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I run a private film club group on Facebook where members vote on a pre 1990's movie every week, and we watch and discuss the movie. It works pretty well, and participation is surprisingly robust.

        It would be nice to have something similar here. Some sort of mechanism for voting, linking to where to download or stream, live chatting and an easier thread for discussing the movie.

      • HeatherHeather commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I actually specifically joined Letterboxd today hoping for this feature. I want to start a Film Club with some online friends and hoped to be able to do that here. Sadly, that doesn't look like an option. It's shocking that something so basic isn't on the site yet. =(

      • NadlNadl commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It would be cool if you could state a user that you watched something together, so it is clearly linked to their profile.
        It would also be great to have a shared watchlist, and friends you tagged in movies shown in your reviews.

      • Cody LawrenceCody Lawrence commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I would love to see all of the basic functions of a check-in added to the diary feature on your site. I see that there's already an existing request to add a location log to the diary entries, but I think it would be great to also add tagging of users who follow each other and who watch movies together. I like to remember who I watched films with, as well as when, where, and what my thoughts were on each film.

      • Marco AlmeidaMarco Almeida commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Is this still happening? I don't know how much time it will take to new features appear on letterboxd but it has been more than 3 years... and I know there's a lot of work to do on the backend of the platform, but on the frontend, there hasn't been much changes happening.

      • atbaldwinatbaldwin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        (Real Life Friends, Funny Reviews, In Depth Reviewers, etc.)

        I have close friends I follow and am always having to drill into my "network" list to find their latest reviews and activity. I'd love a way for the people I care about most to jump to the top of my starting page, perhaps by letting us "star" certain users. Or maybe more usefully, by allowing the creation of "groups" akin to facebook - e.g., one could create a "Real Life Friends" list of users or a "Funny Reviewers", or otherwise make following disparate users easier.

      • Daniela Pacheco Souto MaiorDaniela Pacheco Souto Maior commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Mark who you watched the movie with. The other person must agree, and if he/she agrees, can opt to add the movie to his/her watchlist too.

        If the person is not a member yet, you can add his/her email and an invite email will be sent. Great way to expand the network.

      • John BowersJohn Bowers commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I would like to be able to put the people I am following into groups. For example I would like to have a group for my family, one for my close friends, one for people I dont know in real life, who write my favourite reviews. Then I would like to filter my Activity by the groups.

      • Dermot BlueStar-Cadet ArnoldDermot BlueStar-Cadet Arnold commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Let people add who they watched a movie with. This can link to other Letterboxd profiles, then the other person is asked do they want to add that movie to their Diary.

        If they don't have an account, you can still add a person. If they start an account it will pre-populate their diary (if they agree)

      • NathanNathan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        When in a thread, it would be handy to have the option of tagging someone if they are brought up in conversation. In turn that could give them a notification to say they have been tagged in a comment on whichever specific thread it is. This could be controlled similar to how Twitter deals with DM's - limit it to users who follow each other (to avoid spam).

      • Scott JohnsonScott Johnson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I love the idea of Groups having both Lists and Diary. I am currently doing all this with tags, but it's not collaborative.

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