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Slack's search function allows you to type "from:[team member name]", which is incredibly useful when trying to find their previous messages or files. That string can also be further filtered by typing "in:[channel/forum name]" I would love to see this implemented in Ryver as well!
Please for the love of all that is holy put in the feature that automatically places the cursor in the chat textbox when entering a new channel(forum, whatever.) If you switch between multiple direct messages all day long it is SUPER frustrating not having that. Slack does not have this problem. This is a tiny feature that would make ppl's lives better.
RYVER has a very powerful search function so search is a well-used tool. One minor enhancement that can save time is to automatically highlight text entered in the SEARCH BOX after clicking enter. This way, anyone searching for anything will just type a new term and press enter to search instead of deleting/clearing the field before typing in a new term.
Right now when you upload images on Ryver windows app, you will get an "image broken" when you press reply/enter prematurely. Is there a way to continue loading the image first even after pressing reply before executing the reply/enter? This way, uploader won't have to wait for the upload to complete before replying.
Huge time saver if ever.
This would facilitate a) the ability to see all of my conversations in a single org, relevant to me and b) the ability to orchestrate conversations in an adhoc fashion across orgs and/or people. For example, if I'm a customer who is invited to one or more teams, across one or more vendors, I could interact with them in my personal org. If I wanted to introduce my golfing buddy as an outside resource to an internal (my company) opportunity, the golfing buddy should need to locate and enter yet another org. This is the Vendor Relationship Management approac to creating a grass-roots adoption a la Doc Searles. Just a thought
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