We’ve recently added a new feature to Singularity which we’d love to get your help in testing. Alliances and corporations frequently use contracts to distribute ships to their members and setting up each contract individually is a time intensive task. We’re hoping to simplify this for you by allowing you to simultaneously create up to 30* contracts for selected ships at once.
*This number is subject to change
When creating an Item Exchange contract you’ll see a new option for “Assembled Ships”. When chosen, every ship that is selected will be entered into a new, separate contract with the terms listed (it’s not a requirement that all the ships are fit the same or even of the same type, you choose what ships you want to put up for contract). This will create multiple single Item Exchange contracts which are in no way different from other Item Exchange contracts.
With this feature we are focusing on the “Single ship for ISK” exchange which is most commonly used. When you use the “Assembled Ships” contract option you will no longer see the ability to offer ISK or require items - you only name your price, expiration and add a description.
It’s worth noting that, similar to multifit, this feature becomes unavailable when TiDi hits a certain threshhold to make sure it’s not adding to the problem - when this happens contracts can still be created individually.
This feature is live on Sisi for testing now and is not yet scheduled when/if this will hit TQ. We are looking to get your help with testing and feedback so we’d appreciate it if you log into Sisi and make some contracts and let us know your thoughts!