Peace mongers, relationship handlers, and diplomats of all stripes: we have a NAP overhaul!
Before we get into the visual changes, you should know that the previous limit of 2 NAPs per family has been removed.
Your family is now once again free to NAP as many families as desired.
The Relationships Page
The relationships page has been cleaned up and has signed a Non-Aggression Pact with your eyeballs.
See the before and after below. This is test data btw; these NAPs aren’t real, but they might be some day!
New Action Flows
The leaders and vice leaders amongst you will notice that making and accepting NAP offers, as well as cancelling NAPs, no longer happen on this page.
Instead, each one of these items will link to the relevant family page where actions can be made without having to cycle through all of the families in the galaxy. This should be much more straight forward than before.
No more accidentally signing a NAP with the wrong family!
Examples, you say?
Offering a NAP
When making an offer, you will be presented with a simple form to set the cancellation window of your choice.
Receiving a NAP Offer
When receiving an offer, you can either accept the terms as they are, or make a counter-offer.
New! Making a Counter-Offer
If you receive a NAP offer from a family, but you’d prefer a different cancellation window than what they offered, you can counter-offer with what you want and it will be on them to accept or make a counter-offer of their own.
Withdrawing a NAP Offer
Cancelling a NAP
New! Re-Offering a NAP during the cancellation window
During the post-cancel countdown, both parties will be able to re-offer a NAP if they decide that they want to give peace another chance.
If both parties agree to re-NAP with each other, the cancellation itself will be cancelled and the new NAP will be active.
These same notices will also show up for all family members, but those who can’t manage NAPs will not see the action buttons.
More to come!
This is all foundational work for 2 highly-voted features:
This overhaul sets the stage for us to improve upon NAPs even further.
Thanks, and happy NAPping!