To the connect.unity.com team, please tell your managers that you need to do real testing with real people that are not in any way associated with Unity so that you can make sure connect makes sense. People posting tasks and jobs especially for the first time, will find the process confusing... meaning you don't have as many jobs posted as you could. Yesterday I was googling for "Unity Forums" to figure out how to find people to work on a small Unity project. First, I managed to find this particular forum, but that doesn't clarify what "connect" is... The process wasn't very smooth, but I managed to find connect.unity.com, create an account, and eventually post a task. Cool. Today I started getting email notifications on that task... Cool... That's great. Now each response asks me to "Connect"... OK, sure... So then I look at the left nav to find these new connections that I just made... and they are not there? So that's just wrong. My life does not revolve around Unity. I don't really care about it. I just want to get a little project done, and you think that I should keep track of TWO different types of "connections" inside of your connect.unity.com (there it is again...). I haven't used it enough... you probably even have more overuse of connect in there... If Unity was the sun at the center of my heliocentric universe, then maybe... So how do I find these people... Not "hottest" not "feed"... Does anybody even click those? Maybe they are now under Discover -> Talent? Nope Maybe if I go to Jobs and click Matches? Nope OK... So I have to click on "Recruit", then I can actually see my little project... Of course it dumbly defaults to "Search Candidates" so I can read though a list of 38,846 people that don't care about my little project... Yeah, that's intuitive. So they're under Recruit -> Search... NO Recruit -> Invited (what does that even mean?) No... Recruit -> Applications? No... Wow... Found them... Hidden under Recruit -> Matches... Oh yes... Why didn't I think that people that I clicked "Connect" with would show up under Recruit -> My Project -> Matches... rather than having people that I clicked "Connect" on actually show up under "Connect" on the main page... At least the site seems to operate (reliably accept input and output) well. I hope you're able to convince management that you're throwing away lots of opportunities for your community due to confusing interaction and unclear naming/labeling. Of course it will work fine for anybody familiar with it... But how many people of value gave up before they ever got familiar with it?