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Submitted By ziad15
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Team Project: Game Plan X Portal
Project B

Ziad Alsuhaibani, Rayan Arab, Mohammad Farsi,
Lucerito Marte-Calonge, Joseph Ruiz
MBA 617
Professor Roman Wong, PhD, CPA
Summer 2011
To access their webpage a user must open their Internet explorer or similar webpage browser and type GamePlanX.com. This will take them to the GamePlanX Homepage, see appendix A for the comprehensive schema for the website. Once signed in, a user has the capability to use the webpage to its full potential. For example, by clicking the Home button, a user will be re-routed from any part of the webpage to the homepage (appendix 1.1). Any of the website features can be accessed from the homepage, and this is the first page a user will view once they log in. Under the Homepage, a user has the option to access different parts of the webpage; these are the Mentoring section, Career, Wellness, Expert Blogs, Forums, E-Concierge and Multimedia (appendix 1.2 thru 1.8).
Under the MyGPX section (appendix b) of the webpage, a user has many options. For example, under the Edit Profile section (appendix 2.1 and 2.2), a user can edit their personal information, which includes their name, address, privacy settings, email settings, password and photos. A user may also write and send messages. Appendix 3.1 and 3.2 illustrates what the users may view in the My Apps section. Here the user may install and then interact with their applications. Expert users have the authority to add or remove apps. In addition, Expert users may also install and interact with those apps. Also, Users can interact and collaborate through those apps in order to reach integration via apps available to the entire teams. However, under this section, we found that it may also be more convenient if users from different teams could interact through each other’s apps when needed.
Another section available under the MyGPX page is the Edit Comment Wall (appendix 3.3 and 3.4). Both users may edit comments on wall options in terms of approval and view, and then save or cancel those changes. The user may delete a comment by only one click. In the comments themselves, the user may comment back, view the full thread and add the commenter as a friend, in case he or she are not already. An improvement to this section would be if the user were given the option to undo deleting comments or verify that they want to delete a comment as it is currently done with only 1 click. The Edit my Team section under MyGPX (Appendix 3.5 and 3.6), gives users the option to select how many teams they can view, additionally, they may save or cancel this option. They can also view their teams and the teams’ details and send a group message to the whole team. Through the team’s page, the user may contact the GPX team administrator, view the notice board, add a discussion to the forums and post a comment in the GPX comment wall. Only the expert users may send invitations for the team and/or approve team membership requests. The inbox section (appendix 3.7) of the MyGPX page allows users to view their inbox, sent and archive messages. For one or more messages the user can mark the item as unread, delete or archive it. The user may also compose messages and send them to one or more recipients from their friends list. In addition, for every message the user may reply, reply to all and forward. Appendix 3.8 illustrates Friends section of the MyGPX page. Under this section, the user can view their friend’s list, select a friend, and send messages to a single friend or to all friends. Users may also elect to comment directly to a specific friend. Users also have the choice to sort the friend list by recently added, alphabetically or randomly. The advanced search field is also available in the friend list, but it is not currently functioning.
Under the Events Calendar (appendix 4.1 thru 4.2), the user is able to view upcoming events. By clicking on the different dates, the user may view the details of individual events, including a short description of the event, time of the event and the organizer. If the user chooses, he/she may RSVP. The user may elect to RSVP as will attend, not attending or might attend. A great feature of this section is that if the user chooses to attend, he/she may then elect to invite friends to the event. However, Instead of wording the RSVP response as will attend, not attending, or might attend, GamePlanX should label the RSVP response as Yes, No or Maybe. It is a more direct and simple response and can be less confusing to the user. The Popular Topics (appendix 4.3 thru 4.6), located on the lower right hand side of the MyGPX page, allows the players to read different articles written by Experts under their blogs. The topics of these articles vary from self-help topics to grow as an athlete to tips on the career of an athlete. The player can comment on the articles that they read. With one click, the user may also select to follow the comment thread. Any user can also add a Popular Topic by clicking the "plus sign" on the top right. Under this option, the user can add the title entry, and customize the blog (topic) options. These options include when the user wants the blog or topic to post (today, or a future date), who can view the post and who can post a comment on the blog; everyone, just the user's friends, or just the user. The user can also become a moderator for the post. The user can then preview the post and save it as a draft or preview and publish the post. The option to save the post is a wonderful idea as it gives the author of a post the flexibility to work on an entry during different times. In other words, it does not force an author to complete and entry in one sitting. However, when in the main page of the expert blogs, the search for a Blog option does not return results. This should be fixed so as to not interrupt or limit the features of the website.
Under the Photos section (appendix 5.1 thru 5.2), also located under the MyGPX page, Players and Experts users have the same authority for the editing of their photos. For example, they can upload photos one by one via personal computers, phones, or email; or have the option of using the simple uploader to upload several pictures at the same time. However, to add a photo by phone a user must email the picture to the website instead of adding it directly to the webpage from their mobile phones. Users also have the option of adding and editing titles, descriptions, comments, and tags to the photos they upload. They are also able to rotate the previously uploaded pictures, change its privacy settings, or delete it. Under the Photo Albums section (appendix 5.3 thru 5.4), player and expert users have the same authority to photo albums. The users can create, describe, title, add photos, and comment on the photo albums. They are also able to save, Edit, and Delete albums.
To conclude, the last section under MyGPX page is Videos (appendix 5.5 thru 5.6). Again, Player and Expert users have the same authority under this section. They can upload videos one by one via personal computers, phones, or email; or have the option of using the simple uploader to upload several videos at the same time, with a maximum of 30 videos at a time and a limit of 100MB for each video. Users may also add and edit titles, descriptions, comments, and tags to the videos and change the video’s privacy settings, and delete it. More importantly, users also can watch videos uploaded by other members.

General Evaluation and Recommendations

| Evolution | Recommendations | Content | The content of GamePlanx is very redundant in many parts of the WebPages. For example “contact us” and “event calendar” is redundant in almost all pages that have different functions. | GPX team needs to review and analyze the content to eliminate redundancy. Unregistered users shouldn’t be able to view some content such as the upcoming events. | Functionality | Some functions in the website are not actually functioning. It has also a compatibility issues with some browsers such IE 9.0.8112.16421. Unlike other social network websites, GPX doesn’t allow sending messages to other member who are not in the friend list of the user. Another important issue is that the member can uncheck the membership terms agreement and still be a member in the website. Advanced search in the friend list is not working properly too. In edit comment section, users can delete a comment with one click. Uploading photos through mobile phones can be done through a complicated and unpleasant process. | In the privacy settings, we recommend that GPX user can create groups within the teams or the friend list so they can have more options about the privacy sittings. GPX should be compatible with all kind of browsers and versions, and needed to be upgraded frequently. The GPX team needs to make sure that all links and buttons are functioning properly. GPX should have a confirmation pop-up message before deleting a comment. Reducing clicks in many pages needs to be considered by GPX team. My GPX team should also develop a mobile application that can work with smartphones “just like facebook” so users can do the main functions such as, uploading pictures, reading and sending messages. After login in, gameplax should add a feature that allows user to view newsfeeds about new comments, new apps and new upcoming events and blogs. A member of the same team, after approved by the team’s administrator, should automatically become friends, as they are members of the same team. | Design | The design is not appealing enough to, comparing to other’s social network website that have much better look and feel. The color used in the background gave the website a sad look.The whole design used when browsing the pages is not user friendly. The login field is not easily visible in the homepage. | GPX developers need to follow the best practices of designing more user-friendly designs that are appealing to the users. Make the login field visible and the login information should in larger font. |

APPENDIX

APPENDIX

Player & Expert

Career
Use case: Home
Actors : Player & Expert

Mentoring

Forums

E-concierge

Multimedia

Wellness
Experts Blogs

Connect with Experts and mentors
Register & Log in

My GPX Access my team from my GPX, Featured Video and news updates
1.1
Player & Expert

Career
Use case: Home
Actors : Player & Expert

Mentoring

Forums

E-concierge

Multimedia

Wellness
Experts Blogs

Connect with Experts and mentors
Register & Log in

My GPX Access my team from my GPX, Featured Video and news updates
1.1

Home

* The Player and Expert can access any of the website features through the Home Page.

* By clicking on any of the featured mentors and experts, the player can read about them and/or email them.

* Through GPX breakdown, the users can read some recommended blogs.

* The player and the expert can benefit from the game plan mentors and connect with them.

* The player and the expert can develop a game plan for his/her career with experts and connect with experts.

* The player and the expert can create a game plan for an extraordinary life.

* Ability to check events calendar.

Player& expert

Choose Experts by Name

Ask a Mentoring Question

Choose City of Experts
Use case: Mentoring
Actors : Player & Expert

Read a Topic of Forums

Read Experts Blogs, Links to Article and News
1.2
Player& expert

Choose Experts by Name

Ask a Mentoring Question

Choose City of Experts
Use case: Mentoring
Actors : Player & Expert

Read a Topic of Forums

Read Experts Blogs, Links to Article and News
1.2

Mentoring

* The player and the expert can ask a mentoring question to an expert. * Choose a city that is his/her to find an expert. * Choose an expert by name. * The player and the expert can read a topic of forums, expert’s blogs, links to articles and news.

Player & Expert Use case: Career Actors: Player & Experts

Read About Experts Job Placement

Read About Experts Career Planning

Read About Experts Skills Development

Ask a career Question

Read a Topic of Forums

Read Experts Blogs, Links to Article and News
1.3
Player & Expert Use case: Career Actors: Player & Experts

Read About Experts Job Placement

Read About Experts Career Planning

Read About Experts Skills Development

Ask a career Question

Read a Topic of Forums

Read Experts Blogs, Links to Article and News
1.3

Career * The player and the expert can ask a career question to an expert. * Choose an expert and read about his/her career planning, skills development and job placement. * Read blogs related to career planning and development.

Player & Expert
Use case: wellness
Actors: Player & Experts

Read Experts Blogs, Links to Article and News

Read a Topic of Forums

Ask a Wellness Question

Experts Life Skills and Mental Health
1.4
Player & Expert
Use case: wellness
Actors: Player & Experts

Read Experts Blogs, Links to Article and News

Read a Topic of Forums

Ask a Wellness Question

Experts Life Skills and Mental Health
1.4

Wellness

* The player and the expert can ask a wellness question. * Choose an expert by name to read his/her blogs about life skills, mental health, physical wellness, family relationship, personal financial management, legal, and other. * Read forum’s topics expert’s blogs, links to articles and news.

Player & Expert

Add and Edit Blogs Posts

All Blogs Posts
Use case: Experts Blogs
Actors : Player & Expert

Search for blogs

Share Experts opinions, Links to Article and Videos

View most recent blogs, most popular blog posts and blog topics by tags
1.5
Player & Expert

Add and Edit Blogs Posts

All Blogs Posts
Use case: Experts Blogs
Actors : Player & Expert

Search for blogs

Share Experts opinions, Links to Article and Videos

View most recent blogs, most popular blog posts and blog topics by tags
1.5

Experts Blogs * The player and the expert can view, add, share and edit all blogs. * The player and the expert can search for any blog posts. * The player and the expert can read the most recent blog posts, most popular blog posts. * The player and the expert can read blog topics by tags and read the monthly archives.

Player & Expert

My Forums
Use case: forums
Actors : Player & Expert

All Forums

Search of a forum

View by category or forum
1.6
Player & Expert

My Forums
Use case: forums
Actors : Player & Expert

All Forums

Search of a forum

View by category or forum
1.6

Forums * The player and expert can search and read about all forums or his/her forums. * The player and the expert can view blogs by category or by forums.

Player
& Expert
Use case: E-concierge
Actors : Player & Expert

Ask a Question and GPX Deliver
1.7
Player
& Expert
Use case: E-concierge
Actors : Player & Expert

Ask a Question and GPX Deliver
1.7

E-concierge * The player and the expert can ask GPX for help by entering his/her ID, email address, select a subject and then write his/her message.

Player & Expert

My Videos

All Videos
Use case: Multimedia
Actors : Player & Expert

My favorites

Add Videos

Search a video

Sort by latest, top rated, most popular and random
1.8
Player & Expert

My Videos

All Videos
Use case: Multimedia
Actors : Player & Expert

My favorites

Add Videos

Search a video

Sort by latest, top rated, most popular and random
1.8

Multimedia: * The players and experts are able to add, view, and sort videos and photos. They both can also search for videos.

Can add, modify, or delete journal info.

Can send, receive, read, write, and delete e-mail messages.

Player
Can add, delete or change personal information including address and user ID
Use case: Update Profile
Actor : Player

Add or change a password
Can update or change privacy settings
Can create, update or change my page settings

Can add, change, crop, or delete photos
2.1

Can add, modify, or delete journal info.

Can send, receive, read, write, and delete e-mail messages.

Player
Can add, delete or change personal information including address and user ID
Use case: Update Profile
Actor : Player

Add or change a password
Can update or change privacy settings
Can create, update or change my page settings

Can add, change, crop, or delete photos
2.1

Can add, modify, or delete journal info.

Can send, receive, read, write, and delete e-mail messages.

Expert
Can add, delete or change personal information including address and user ID
Use case: Update Profile
Actor : Expert

Add or change a password
Can update or change privacy settings
Can create, update or change my page settings

Can add, change, crop, or delete photos
2.2

Can add, modify, or delete journal info.

Can send, receive, read, write, and delete e-mail messages.

Expert
Can add, delete or change personal information including address and user ID
Use case: Update Profile
Actor : Expert

Add or change a password
Can update or change privacy settings
Can create, update or change my page settings

Can add, change, crop, or delete photos
2.2

Use Case Name: Edit my profile
Actors:
• Players. * Experts.
Trigger:
• From My GPX player clicks on Edit my profile
Precondition:
• Player is already a registered member of GamePlanX.com
Actions:
* Player can add, edit or delete profile information. * Player can copy and paste information into profile. * Player saves and returns to GPX.

Use Case Name: Edit my Journal
Actors:
• Players. * Experts.
Trigger:
* From My GPX player clicks on Edit my journal * Journal can also be accessed from edit my profile.

Precondition: * Player is already a registered member of GamePlanX.com

Actions: * Player can add, edit or delete journal information. * Player can copy and paste information into journal. * Player saves and returns to GPX.

Use Case Name: Edit my profile photos
Actors:
• Players. * Experts.
Trigger:
* From My GPX player clicks on Edit my photos * Photos can also be accessed from edit my profile

Precondition: * Player is already a registered member of GamePlanX.com

Actions: * Player can add, edit or delete profile photos. * Player can copy and paste photos. * Player can crop photos. * Player saves and returns to GPX.
Use Case Name: E-mail Settings
Actors:
• Players. * Experts.
Trigger:
* From My GPX player clicks on E-mail

Precondition: * Player is already a registered member of GamePlanX.com

Actions: * Player can has multiple selections to monitor his/her email notifications. * Player saves and returns to GPX.

Use Case Name: My Page
Actors:
• Players. * Experts.
Trigger:
* From My GPX player clicks on My Page
Precondition:
* Player is already a registered member of GamePlanX.com
Actions:
* Player view his e-mail address and user ID. * Under photo, the only choice is to click on profile to go back to edit my profile in order to access edit my photo. * Under appearance, player can click on reset to go back to default settings. Will have the choice to say yes or cancel to keep current settings. * Player saves and returns to GPX.

Use Case Name: Edit my personal settings Actors: • Players. * Experts.

Trigger:

* From My GPX player clicks on settings or go to Edit my profile, then settings. * Settings and profile have exactly the same information and selections.

Precondition:

* Player is already a registered member of GamePlanX.com

Actions:

* Player can add, edit or delete profile information. * Player can copy and paste information into profile. * Player saves and returns to GPX.

Use Case Name: Privacy Settings Actors: • Players. * Experts.

Trigger: * From My GPX player clicks on privacy

Precondition: * Player is already a registered member of GamePlanX.com

Actions: * Player will determine who view his/her profile information, photos, events, moderation, and blog comments. * Player will determine if his/her comments in profile for blog are published immediately or should wait for approval. * Player saves and returns to GPX.

Player

Interact with an app

View apps list

Install an app
Usecase: My apps
Actor : Player

Remove “uninstall” an app
3.1
Player

Interact with an app

View apps list

Install an app
Usecase: My apps
Actor : Player

Remove “uninstall” an app
3.1

Expert

Interact with an app

View apps list

Install an app
Usecase: My apps
Actor : Expert

Remove “uninstall” an app

Add apps to the apps list

Delete an app from the apps list
3.2
Expert

Interact with an app

View apps list

Install an app
Usecase: My apps
Actor : Expert

Remove “uninstall” an app

Add apps to the apps list

Delete an app from the apps list
3.2

My apps * The Player user may view the apps list, install and then interact with it. Expert user has the authority to add or remove apps. Expert user also may install and interact with those apps. * Users will have to interact and collaborate through those apps in order to reach integration via apps for all teams. * It will also may be possible if different users from different teams could interact through apps when needed.

Player

Edit how many comment to show ( dropdown”

Edit comment wall

Delete comment “one click”
Usecase: Edit comment wall
Actor : Player

Approve before posting ? (Y/N)

Save changes or Cancel changes
3.3
Player

Edit how many comment to show ( dropdown”

Edit comment wall

Delete comment “one click”
Usecase: Edit comment wall
Actor : Player

Approve before posting ? (Y/N)

Save changes or Cancel changes
3.3

Expert

Edit how many comment to show ( dropdown”

Edit comment wall

Delete comment “one click”
Usecase: Edit comment wall
Actor : Expert

Approve before posting ? (Y/N)

Save changes or Cancel changes
3.4
Expert

Edit how many comment to show ( dropdown”

Edit comment wall

Delete comment “one click”
Usecase: Edit comment wall
Actor : Expert

Approve before posting ? (Y/N)

Save changes or Cancel changes
3.4

Edit comment wall * Both users may edit comments on wall options in terms of approval and view, and then save or cancel those changes. The user may also delete a comment by only one click. * In the comments themselves, the user may comment back, view the full thread and add the commenter as a friend, incase he or she is not already. * It would be better if the user has the option to undo deleting comments as its done with only 1 click.

Player

View a team details

Save/ Cancel changes

View teams
Usecase: Edit my team
Actor : Player

Send a massage to GPX tram administrator

How many team to show “drop down”

Add discussion to Forums

Add a comment to GPX comment wall

Send a message to group
3.5
Player

View a team details

Save/ Cancel changes

View teams
Usecase: Edit my team
Actor : Player

Send a massage to GPX tram administrator

How many team to show “drop down”

Add discussion to Forums

Add a comment to GPX comment wall

Send a message to group
3.5

Expert

View a team details

Save/ Cancel changes

View teams
Usecase: Edit my team
Actor : Expert

Send invitations and approve team membership requests

How many team to show “drop down”

Add discussion to Forums

Add a comment to GPX comment wall

Send a message to group

Send a massage to GPX tram administrator
3.6
Expert

View a team details

Save/ Cancel changes

View teams
Usecase: Edit my team
Actor : Expert

Send invitations and approve team membership requests

How many team to show “drop down”

Add discussion to Forums

Add a comment to GPX comment wall

Send a message to group

Send a massage to GPX tram administrator
3.6

Edit my team * The users have the option to how many teams they can view and they can save or cancel this option. They can also view their teams and the teams details. Send a group massage to the whole team. Through the team’s page, the user may contact GPX team administrator, view notice board ,add a discussion to the forums and post a comment in the GPX comment wall. * The expert user may send invitation for the team and/or approve team membership requests. * From the friend list for a team, the user may

Player

Make an action to a message

View inbox, sent times and archive

Compose new message
Usecase: Inbox
Actor : Player

Select to view specific messages, such as read and unread

Send composed messages to one or more parties of the friend list
3.7
Player

Make an action to a message

View inbox, sent times and archive

Compose new message
Usecase: Inbox
Actor : Player

Select to view specific messages, such as read and unread

Send composed messages to one or more parties of the friend list
3.7

Inbox * The users may view inbox, sent and archive messages. For one or more messages the user can do an action such as mark as unread, delete or archive. * The user can compose messages and send it to one or more recipients from the friend list. * For every message, the user may reply, reply to all, forward, archive and delete the message.

Player

Advanced search “not functioning”

View my friends

Send message to all friends
Usecase: Friends
Actor : Player/Expert

Select to comment to specific friend

Sort friends list by recently added, alphabetically and randomly.
3.8
Player

Advanced search “not functioning”

View my friends

Send message to all friends
Usecase: Friends
Actor : Player/Expert

Select to comment to specific friend

Sort friends list by recently added, alphabetically and randomly.
3.8

Friends * The user can view the friend list, select a friend, send messages to a friend or to all friends. * The advance search field is also available in the friend list, but it is not really functioning. * Users may select to comment directly to a specific friend. * Users may have the choice to sort the friend list by recently added, alphabetically order and Randomly.

Player

Access Events Calendar

View and Navigate Calendar

Click a Date

Click Event

View Event Details

RSVP
Yes, No or Maybe?
Use Case Name: A player views appointments and events in the Events Calendar

Player

Access Events Calendar

View and Navigate Calendar

Click a Date

Click Event

View Event Details

RSVP
Yes, No or Maybe?
Use Case Name: A player views appointments and events in the Events Calendar

Invite

4.1

Use Case Name: A player views appointments and events in the Events Calendar Link. Actors: • Player Trigger: • The player clicks a date on the events calendar to view upcoming events and RSVP to upcoming events. Preconditions: • The player is registered to a team. Post-Condition: • The player is able to navigate through the different events and months in the events calendar. • The player rsvp’s to upcoming events. Normal Flow: 1. Player clicks a date in the events calendar on the MyGPX webpage. 2. The player views and navigates through the events calendar. 3. The player clicks different dates to view the events details. 4. The player can export the event to Outlook or iCal. 5. The Player RSVP's to an upcoming event. 6. The player returns to the MyGPX webpage. Alternate Flow: 3a. The player is interested in an upcoming event and starts at step 4 in Normal Flow. 3b. Player is not interested in any events and starts from Step 5 in Normal Flow. 5a. The player clicks the event name under the event date to view the events details. 5b. The player is re-routed to the Events Details webpage. 5c. The player clicks the event RSVP link and submits his/her response as Will Attend, Not Attending, or Might Attend. 5d. Once the response of Will Attend is confirmed, the user may invite friends to the same event. 5d. The player is not interested to RSVP to the event and starts from step 5 in Normal Flow.

Invite

4.1
Administrator

Access Events Calendar

Administrator

Access Events Calendar

Add Event Link

Click a Date

Save
Use Case Name: Administrator adds appointments and events in the Events Calendar Link

4.2

Use Case Name: A player views appointments and events in the Events Calendar Link. Actors: • Player Trigger: • The player clicks a date on the events calendar to view upcoming events and RSVP to upcoming events. Preconditions: • The player is registered to a team. Post-Condition: • The player is able to navigate through the different events and months in the events calendar. • The player rsvp’s to upcoming events. Normal Flow: 1. Player clicks a date in the events calendar on the MyGPX webpage. 2. The player views and navigates through the events calendar. 3. The player clicks different dates to view the events details. 4. The player can export the event to Outlook or iCal. 5. The Player RSVP's to an upcoming event. 6. The player returns to the MyGPX webpage. Alternate Flow: 3a. The player is interested in an upcoming event and starts at step 4 in Normal Flow. 3b. Player is not interested in any events and starts from Step 5 in Normal Flow. 5a. The player clicks the event name under the event date to view the events details. 5b. The player is re-routed to the Events Details webpage. 5c. The player clicks the event RSVP link and submits his/her response as Will Attend, Not Attending, or Might Attend. 5d. Once the response of Will Attend is confirmed, the user may invite friends to the same event. 5d. The player is not interested to RSVP to the event and starts from step 5 in Normal Flow.

Add Event Link

Click a Date

Save
Use Case Name: Administrator adds appointments and events in the Events Calendar Link

4.2
Player

Select Topic

Player

Select Topic

Leave Comment

Read Article
Use Case Name: A player views, reads and comments on a Popular Topic under the MyGPX Webpage.

Customize and Save or post
Enter data in fields
Select add topic
4.3

Use Case Name: A player views appointments and events in the Events Calendar Link. Actors: • Player Trigger: • The player clicks a date on the events calendar to view upcoming events and RSVP to upcoming events. Preconditions: • The player is registered to a team. Post-Condition: • The player is able to navigate through the different events and months in the events calendar. • The player rsvp’s to upcoming events. Normal Flow: 1. Player clicks a date in the events calendar on the MyGPX webpage. 2. The player views and navigates through the events calendar. 3. The player clicks different dates to view the events details. 4. The player can export the event to Outlook or iCal. 5. The Player RSVP's to an upcoming event. 6. The player returns to the MyGPX webpage. Alternate Flow: 3a. The player is interested in an upcoming event and starts at step 4 in Normal Flow. 3b. Player is not interested in any events and starts from Step 5 in Normal Flow. 5a. The player clicks the event name under the event date to view the events details. 5b. The player is re-routed to the Events Details webpage. 5c. The player clicks the event RSVP link and submits his/her response as Will Attend, Not Attending, or Might Attend. 5d. Once the response of Will Attend is confirmed, the user may invite friends to the same event. 5d. The player is not interested to RSVP to the event and starts from step 5 in Normal Flow.

Leave Comment

Read Article
Use Case Name: A player views, reads and comments on a Popular Topic under the MyGPX Webpage.

Administrator

Click Add Topic

Customize and Save or post

Enter data in fields
Use Case Name: Administrator adds a Popular Topic under the MyGPX Webpage.

4.4

Use Case Name: Administrator adds a Popular Topic under the MyGPX Webpage. Actors:
• Administrator
• System Trigger:
• The administrator clicks the link to add an article under the Popular Topics Section under the MyGPX webpage. Preconditions:
• The administrator is registered to GamePlanX.com. Post-Condition:
• The players on the administrator’s team may read and possibly comment on a topic. Normal Flow:
1. Administrator clicks to add topic link under the Popular Topics section of the MyGPX webpage.
2. The administrator adds the article to be posted.
3. The administrator returns to the MyGPX webpage. Alternate Flow: 2a. The administrator fills out the required fields (Title Entry name, Entry to be posted can either be written or copied and pasted).
2b. The administrator can select different customization options, these include when the author wants the blog to post, today or in the future, and the post's privacy settings such as whom is allowed to view and comment on the post.
2c. The administrator can save the entry as a draft and starts at step 3 in Normal Flow.
3d. The administrator can preview and publish the post and start at step 3 in Normal Flow.

Customize and Save or post
Enter data in fields
Select add topic
4.3
Administrator

Click Add Topic
Player

Click Expert Blogs

Read Blog

Search through Blog Posts

Comment and elect to follow thread.
Use Case Name: A Player views, reads and comments on a Blog Post.

4.5

Use Case Name: A player views, reads and comments on a Blog Post. Actors:
• Players Trigger:
• From the homepage, the player clicks the link Expert Blogs. Preconditions:
• The player is registered to GamePlanX.com. Post-Condition:
• The player is interacts within a blog post. Normal Flow:
1. Player clicks the link Expert Blogs from the Home Page.
2. The player searches through all the blog posts that have posted.
3. The player reads a blog post.
4. The player returns to the MyGamePlanX Homepage. Alternate Flow:
3a. The player leaves a comment and may choose to follow the comment thread and starts at step 2 in Normal Flow.
3b. The player leaves a comment and may choose to flow the comment thread and starts at step 4 in Normal Flow.
3c. The player does not leaves a comment and starts at step 2 in Normal Flow.
3d. The player does not leaves a comment and starts at step 4 in Normal Flow.

Customize and Save or post

Enter data in fields
Use Case Name: Administrator adds a Popular Topic under the MyGPX Webpage.

4.4
Player

Administrator

Click Expert Blogs

Click Add a Blog Post

Type Post

Save and elect to follow the comment thread
Use Case Name: Administrator adds a Blog Post.

4.6

Use Case Name: Administrator adds a Blog Post. Actors:
• Administrator
• System Trigger:
• From the homepage, the administrator clicks the link Expert Blogs. Preconditions:
• The administrator is registered to GamePlanX.com. Post-Condition:
• The players on the administrator’s team may read a blog post.
• The players on the administrator’s team may leave a comment on a blog post. Normal Flow:
1. Administrator clicks the link Expert Blogs from the HomePage.
2. Administrator clicks to add a blog post.
3. The administrator types or copies and pastes the blog to be posted.
4. Administrator returns to the MyGamePlanX Homepage. Alternate Flow:
1a. The administrator does not want to add a blog post and starts at step 4 in Normal Flow. 3a. The administrator saves the blog post and may choose to follow the comment thread and starts at step 4 in Normal Flow.
Click Expert Blogs

Read Blog

Search through Blog Posts

Comment and elect to follow thread.
Use Case Name: A Player views, reads and comments on a Blog Post.

4.5
Administrator

Click Expert Blogs

Click Add a Blog Post

Type Post

Player

Upload photos by phone or Email

Upload pictures under Terms of Service

Usecase: Photos
Actor : Player

Upload pictures using simple uploader

Rotate Photos

Edit Photos and tags

Change photos privacy

Delete Photos
Add photos titles, descriptions and tags
Comment on photos

Save and elect to follow the comment thread
5.1

Use Case Name: Administrator adds a Blog Post.

4.6
Player

Upload photos by phone or Email

Upload pictures under Terms of Service

Usecase: Photos
Actor : Player

Upload pictures using simple uploader

Rotate Photos

Edit Photos and tags
Expert

Upload photos by phone or Email

Upload pictures under Terms of Service

Usecase: Photos
Actor : Expert

Upload pictures using simple uploader

Rotate Photos

Edit Photos and tags

Change photos privacy

Delete Photos
Add photos titles, descriptions and tags
Comment on photos

Change photos privacy

5.2

Delete Photos
Add photos titles, descriptions and tags
Comment on photos
5.1
Expert

Upload photos by phone or Email

Upload pictures under Terms of Service

Usecase: Photos
Actor : Expert

Upload pictures using simple uploader

Rotate Photos

Player

Describing the Albums

Add Photos to Albums

Titling the Albums
Usecase: Photo Albums
Actor : Players

Saving the Albums

Create Albums

Comment on albums

Editing albums

Deleting Albums

Edit Photos and tags
5.3

Change photos privacy

Delete Photos
Add photos titles, descriptions and tags
Comment on photos
Photos
* Players and Experts have the same authority to photos. * They can upload photos one by one via personal computers, phones, or email; or have the option of using the simple uploader to upload several pictures at the same time. * They can add and edit titles, descriptions, comments, and tags to the photos. * They are able to rotate the previously uploaded pictures, change its privacy settings, and delete it.
5.2
Player

Describing the Albums

Add Photos to Albums

Titling the Albums
Usecase: Photo Albums
Actor : Players

Expert

Describing the Albums

Add Photos to Albums

Titling the Albums
Usecase: Photo Albums
Actor : Experts

Saving the Albums

Create Albums

Comment on albums

Editing albums

Deleting Albums

Saving the Albums
5.4

Create Albums

Comment on albums

Editing albums

Deleting Albums
5.3
Expert

Describing the Albums

Add Photos to Albums

Titling the Albums
Usecase: Photo Albums
Actor : Experts

Saving the Albums

Create Albums

Comment on albums
Player

Upload videos by phone or Email

Upload Videos under Terms of Service

Usecase: Videos
Actor : Players

Upload Videos using simple uploader

Edit Videos and Tags

Watch videos uploaded by other members

Delete Videos
Add photos titles, descriptions and tags
Comment on Videos

Change videos privacy

5.5

Editing albums
5.6

Deleting Albums
5.4
Photo Albums * Players and Experts have the same authority to photo albums. * They can create, describe, title, add photos, and comment on the photo albums. * They are also able to save, Edit, and Delete albums.
Player

Upload videos by phone or Email

Upload Videos under Terms of Service

Usecase: Videos
Actor : Players

Upload Videos using simple uploader

Edit Videos and Tags

Watch videos uploaded by other members

Expert

Upload videos by phone or Email

Upload Videos under Terms of Service

Usecase: Videos
Actor : Expert

Upload Videos using simple uploader

Edit Videos and Tags

Watch videos uploaded by other members

Delete Videos
Add photos titles, descriptions and tags
Comment on Videos

Change videos privacy

Delete Videos
Add photos titles, descriptions and tags…...

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