Temple navigation

The main screen/Temple is the page that you see when you open Nimses app. You will see the map of the Temple in which you are located at the moment.

White marks on the map show publications made by users located inside your Temple. Tapping on any mark will open a Mini Feed, which includes the chosen post and 6 other posts located near it.
When entering the Temple you can also see animated activity (recently created posts, comments or nims left under the post) that has happened in the past time.

In the upper right corner of the Temple map you see a figure - it shows the number of users who are located in the same Temple with you right now.

In the center of your current Temple there is the post creation button add_post.png. This button will not be displayed in other Temples. By clicking on this button you will create a publication that will stay in this Temple forever.

At the bottom of the screen there is the Navigation button, which displays your avatar when you enter the Temple, and for a few moments also shows the amount of nims you received since your last visited the Temple. 

From the Main Screen/Temple you can go to the following sections:

- People - by swiping from the top to the center of the screen;

- Temple status - by swiping from the right to the center;

- Feed - by swiping from the bottom to the center;

- Nimses Goods - by swiping from the left to the center.

With two fingers (the usual zoom out) or using the "Temple map" button you can resize the map to move to another Temple located at any distance (even in Antananarivo, yes). You can open any Temple by simply tapping on it. All sections accessible from the Main Screen/Temple will change according to the Temple you want to visit.

When opening the Temples map you can notice that the Temples are of different shades, and some of them are marked by dots. This shows users` activity in these Temples. The "lighter" the shade - the more active users the Temple has. Dot-marked Temples are those with most activity going on in a given period of time.

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