Peer Query update: create queries, publish to Utopian, powerful sitemaps and more

in #utopian-io3 years ago

In this update to Peer Query, we will introduce queries; a new product to help out with peer to peer collaboration.

Introducing Queries

Queries are a form of a request made to the community. For now, there are 3 types of queries: gig, job, and partnership.

The detailed post of the query also published to the Steem account of the author as a post. This means that Steemians can vote, comment and resteem your queries.

In time we will add escrow creation. Peer Query is still free to use.

Other visuals of queries:

A demo query

Publish to Utopian-io

You can now publish your posts to Utopian-io. The text editor allows you to set the default custom tag for your post.

This means you can change the default category from #peerquery to #utopian-io. Our curation services are not yet live. Yet, now project owners could access the Utopian curation for their posts.

This feature is enabled only for reports. This post published on Peer Query, and tagged #utopian-io.

New permalink structure

We have moved from Steemit-styled schemes to semantic schemes:

  • reports: /report/permalink
  • queries: /query/permalink
  • projects: /project/permalink
  • users: /peer/permalink

Powerful dynamic sitemaps

The new sitemap comes in five different versions:


Each of the later for sitemaps are dynamically generated and cached. Explore these sitemaps at: These sitemap will help get project, reports and queries indexed by search engines; offering more visibility for your work.

What's coming next

Next, we will restore the features that were broken in the previous update. Features such as voting, commenting and more.

Also, we will add a lot more new features to Peer Query.


Github repo

Live site

See sample query

Previous beta updates

Peer Query core open source release, what you can do with the platform and more

Peer Query core upgrade: finally an MVP for Steem powered peer-to-peer collaboration


The update to PeerQuery looks great, and we're always delighted when people add Utopian to their dApps. The post also had great visual representation of the new features.

I would have liked to see much more detail. This post assumes significant knowledge on the reader's part, which makes it somewhat opaque to new readers. As in the last post, an introduction giving more detail on the app itself would have been helpful. And I would have liked to know much more about the update and future plans. For readers who are not familiar with Utopian, a bit of explanation about who we are and what we do would not have been amiss.

I look forward to your next update, and hope you take the opportunity to give more detailed information when it arrives.

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