How do you search on Kickstarter?

How do you search on Kickstarter?

If you’d like to add further search criteria, you can do so by clicking the + sign at the end of the search phrase. This will allow you to enter a specific search term, and filter by Projects We Love, your Saved projects, your backed projects, or even the percent of funding raised.

Does Kickstarter have tracking?

You can keep track of your pledges through your Backed Projects page. In the active pledges section, you’ll be able to see your current live pledges, the amounts you’ve decided to pledge, the rewards you’ve selected, and more important details.

Can you search Kickstarter comments?

Your profile page isn’t searchable on Kickstarter, and it can’t be found via search engines like Google. But whenever your account name appears on the site (for instance, when you post comments or send messages), people can click that account name to see your profile.

Can you see backers on Kickstarter?

After you launch your project and people have started to pledge, you will be able to see more information about your backers in the backer report. You can access your backer report through the creator tools menu to the left of your project page.

Do you have to use real name on Kickstarter?

No, you can signup with the name you like, even your project name. When publishing your project you will be required to add your ID card and bank account. These info will be hidden to all kickstarter and other users.

When did the first Kickstarter project come out?

Finally, on April 28, 2009, we launched Kickstarter to the public. We told as many friends as possible, and Andy announced it on his awesome blog Projects trickled in. Yancey jumped into gear to handle all the new emails from people actually using (or wanting to use) Kickstarter. It was amazing! You cannot imagine how excited we all were.

When did Kickstarter become a public benefit corporation?

Kickstarter launched on April 28, 2009. A lot has happened since. We became a Public Benefit Corporation to commit to our principles as much as our profits. We launched The Creative Independent to share resources and advice for all types of makers.

Who are the people who work at Kickstarter?

We’re an independent company of about 95 people working together, many of us in an old pencil factory in New York City. We spend our time designing and building Kickstarter, forging community around creative projects, and supporting the creative ecosystem around us.

Where is Kickstarter located in the United States?

Kickstarter is an American public-benefit corporation based in Brooklyn, New York, that maintains a global crowdfunding platform focused on creativity and merchandising.