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It would make Ryver a killer app if the posts could be more than just conversations in historical order. If they could be organized in columns like trello or at least categorized within a group it would make it so much more useful.
This would be SO helpful! I too often have multiple in-progress posts at a time, so being able to save as a draft (if not have the autosave like gmail) would be very valuable.
Additionally—and please let me know if this should be a separate post?—I'm wondering if there is a way to even mark certain posts by stages that are only accessible by specific team members and/or user level?For example, I have a "Can You Help Me" forum where I make posts of open tasks and positions for volunteers. For a while I was posting even lose concepts of teams/positions in there with a note in the description that it would be "fleshed out later."
While the forum is open to everyone on my team, I sometimes work on the development of certain position descriptions/task structures with 1-2 team members.
At the moment, I created a separate private team and copy/pasted in those that weren't fully developed. But if there was some form of gradation like Draft/In Review/Published, with the ability to dictate who can see what level (if not by individual than maybe by Guest vs Member vs Admin, it would save a lot of workaround time.
This of course may be totally negated if the ability to move posts arises... Then I suppose having a "in the works" team or something could work... but would still be more functional the alternate way.
Again please let me know if I should make this a separate post (excepting the 1st 2 sentences) ;D
Debates typically (should) end in a final decision.
There should be an easy why to flag/tag/status/whatever it and it should be very easy to find all final decisions. Even if this feature is only available in on posts for private teams as this is typically where the shortcoming is. Once available it could be very useful everywhere else.
This is the ONE feature I find missing from Ryver (and almost any other tool).
As to how to implement in Ryver . . . i leave that up to you guys, sure you'll come up with a nifty plan.
Quick suggestion . . .
A comment (message) with a specific flag/tag/status/whatever that can be set only with the relevant access credentials.
Please add Evernote to the list of file attachment integrations. My office has recently taken to Evernote as a fish does to water and being able to link these notes to our Ryver posts and discussions would be very helpful.
My users find the interface confusing when up to 3 boxes pop out from the right of screen when clicking on posts. If the underlying interface greyed-out, it would make it much clearer to users what they were looking at.
Greyed-out underlying window would help users understand they are editing the post.
Also confusion to why the same post pops out from the right when you click on a post title? Very Confusing!
Pin to menu button on posts. So important Posts can also sit on the menu quickly accessible.
Very randomy, some posts would apear pinned to the menu, however I can find no way to recreate it.
Try updating the name of a forum or team and check your post streams.
New names aren't updated in the list
1. Ryver wrote a post for "idea forum"
2. change idea to "new idea forum"
3. Check post streams -> new name not updated -> we should see Ryver wrote a post for "new idea forum" instead of "idea forum"
minor bug, but still a bug
In the user preferences, to toggle the Post Streams off, the website needs to reload the page, however... the reload occurs before the setting is applied, thus not saving the setting. There is no option to change settings to apply them to the next reload.
The way it is now, the Posts column shows many of my files as "wfdocument.aspx", but the file list shows the understandable names. That is not exactly helpful. (And it is further complicated by the fact that the file list includes all files in the forum, so finding out what is connected where is almost impossible.)
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