A: A deed corresponding to moral and social conventions that can be circumscribed to one of the six categories of good deeds. In the economy of "Good Deeds" functionality, a good deed designates the text introduced on "Good Deeds" user page, text associated to the description of the good deed in the real life. Good deeds are consistent with the universal virtues acknowledged by all races, cultures and civilizations of the world, including: love, faith, hope, wisdom, justice, temperance, courage, respect, honesty, perseverance, tolerance, generosity, forgiveness, compassion, altruism, freedom, dedication, tenacity, integrity.
A: Six areas of reporting the human being through good deeds to the world, society, environment: "Giving affection / Relating", "Helping", "Being socially responsible", "Creating", "Improving myself", "Saving".
"Giving affection / Relating": human relations governed by the affective dimension. (proof of love to close people, gestures or actions with emotional load).
"Helping": to support, help someone in an activity through various information, ideas, skills, actions.(the support granted to someone in a particular problem, regardless of its nature, the result being beneficial to the subject, eg: to care for the sick, to teach someone how to handle a new situation, to donate items to helplessness, to accompany a friend to the doctor).
"Being socially responsible": social, political, economic activities which help to establish a social balance assuming civic involvement, the proper functioning of laws and state institutions for the benefit of the individual, human rights, responsibility to the community and environment.(actions to restore or maintain social harmony, activities involving teamwork, contributing to the good of the society, environmental protection activities, activism, social initiatives, volunteering, etc.).
"Creating": new ideas, activities and products that may belong to the artistic, scientific, social field, with positive implications in relation to other people.(taking an initiative that can generate effective results – a project, achieving something in order to be shared with those around -a text, a poem, a painting, a cuisine, a show, an innovative object, a report, etc.);
"Improving myself": achieving some actions the aims of which is the continuous improvement of the human being, the acquirement of understanding and self-esteem, the development and improvement of relationships, abilities and skills useful for oneself and in relation to other people, personal and spiritual development. (initiation into the mysteries of a science, a spiritual domain or a philosophy, acquiring knowledge and skills that can determine better relationships with others, for example: practicing tolerant behavior, self-analysis capability in order to maintain balanced relations with others, learning to listen to the needs of those next to you, paying attention to health, being in harmony with yourself.).
"Saving": actions that contribute to the solving of difficult, dangerous situations, otherwise the effects can be devastating. (saving a human life).
A: You can access the archive of good deeds categories in the "Archive" tab. Also, the separate archive of a category can be viewed by clicking on the corresponding icon from "Personal pattern".
A: You can post a good deed from your user page, using the "Change the world" button.
A: This button allows other interconnected users of "Good Deeds" who access a user’s page to confirm the character of "good deed" of the good deed posted by a user. Confirmations of good deed generated by means of the "Good Deed" button display their total number as well (depending on how many interconnected users used this button).
A: This button allows other interconnected users of "Good Deeds" who accesses the page of a user to show their gratitude for the good deed that was addressed to them. This button, unlike the "Good deed" button is intended for the access of the recipients of the user’s good deeds. Thus, the interconnected users can directly say thank you to the person who did and posted the good deed. This button can indicate the number of "thanks" depending on the number of interconnected users who have thanked.
A: The inputs of buttons "Comment", "Share", "Good deed", "Thank you" are visible by clicking the button "Comment". In the Comments page the inputs of "Share", "Good deed", "Thank you" buttons appear on the right.
A: Good deeds posted by the user are visible in the right section of his/her page just up to 12 am of the day when they are posted. After 24 hours, the right section for viewing good deeds is reseted and good deeds from the day before automatically disappear. The good deeds of the previous day are automatically moved into a "Timeline" (a chronological archive of all good deeds). The right section of the user’s page will thus be available to introduce new good deeds for the day. "Good Deeds" encourages authenticity, uniqueness of each individual who is distinguished from others by means of his/her personality and life experiences.
A: "Personal pattern" is a graphic and functional construct designed to individualize the activity of "Good Deeds" user by archiving his/her good deeds by rendering a personal pattern as compared with other network users.
The "Personal pattern" is a construct consisting of:
a. Graphical element crown of laurels.
b. Icons / symbols associated to the categories of good deeds.
c. Profile photo of the user.
d. Box last name / first name user.
A: Section "Feelings" is a space where the user of "Good Deeds" can express a current mood, a status quo, an emotion through text and load an image file.
A: To view the latest good deeds of your friends click the "Latest deeds" button available in your user account on the top right side. The good deeds of your friends will appear in chronological order, the last deed being on top.
A: All friend requests are indicated by the icon dedicated to "Friends Requests" in the top right of your user account.
A: There are two fundamental questions that arise in the process of creating your account. These are:
Text Question No. 1: "How can I improve the world I live in?"
Text Question 2: "How should my ideal world be?"
Questions and answers related represent the desirable vision of the user in relation to the quality of user of "Good Deeds". The desirable vision may or may not be proved by the real good deeds that the user does and post on the way.
A: "My Path" is a counting on days of the activity / non-activity of "Good Deeds" user. This counting allows viewing the number of days with good deeds, and the number of idle days. Counting starts on the day of creating your account. This counting translates the idea of the user’s orientation (of the path that the user follows) in reality (the path of good deeds or the path of non-activity).
A: "Good Deeds" reflects the reality of the individual. "Existence" in "Good Deeds" is closely related and depends on the actual existence of the individual who does good deeds. "Good Deeds" encourages authenticity, uniqueness of each individual who is distinguished from others by means of his/her personality and life experiences.
A page of "Good Deeds" user has two sections: the left section and the right section. The two sections are:
a. A design element specific to "Good Deeds";
b. A philosophy. The right section is called "The Mirror" being the active area of the user page. This space changes its content according to:
• the selected items in the left section (good deeds categories icons, user last name / first name, profile picture, etc.);
• good deeds added that day.
If the user of "Good Deeds" is not active in a given day (does not post good deeds through the "Change the world" button), the right section of the user page retains the role of mirror, reflecting the non-activity of the user that day.
Thus, "The Mirror" reflects the gallery of "Good Deeds" user, the personal profile information, opinions, good deeds or non-activity, the good deeds categories archive.
Also, "The Mirror" has the status of implicit section of your user account being immediately visible after login.
A: When you delete the account, it is permanently deleted on "Good Deeds", which means that the information associated with your user account will be lost.