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Under review

Integrate ability to segregate Forums into separate clustered topics.

Fore 1 year ago in Navigation • updated 1 year ago 3

Please consider adding the ability for Admins to be able to segregate or cluster forums by topics.


We use Ryver as a job management/ticket tool for different process stacks involved in a Tv Repair business.


We are trying it out (and it is a great help) and find that we have about 30+ Forums for all repair jobs (by name) but are unable to group together different forums into "stacks". We would like the ability to "group"/"stack" different people at different stages of a process pipeline together so we can know at a glance how many people are at which stage of the pipeline. From Diagnosis to Ordering parts to Repaired.


As there is a pipeline that gradually evolves for each separate Forum it becomes time consuming to keep tabs on which forum is at which stage of a process.

feedback.ryver. com/topics/54-group-teams-forums-or-users-in-nav-bar-like-a-folder-structure/

Under review

As Andreas pointed out, we do have a request for grouping of teams and forums. That will be tied to a significant overhaul of the navigation bar which we have not been able to schedule just yet. But it is definitely still on our list to work on before the end of the year.


We are looking at a shorter-term upgrade that would introduce a "Favorites" bucket where you could select a set of users, forums and teams to keep at the top of the nav bar. However, it sounds like that won't satisfy your needs for this use case.

"We are looking at a shorter-term upgrade that would introduce a "Favorites" bucket where you could select a set of users, forums and teams to keep at the top of the nav bar. However, it sounds like that won't satisfy your needs for this use case."


Hi,

That is correct, it seems it would be a helpful start. I guess that would help use cases that are geared towards active communication but not towards basic task organization. I think the Ryver team should consider the various kinds of use cases that might eventually evolve with the constant use of your platform.


Collaboration vs Task Organization


Sharing information (you've got this nailed down, should add Voice/Video Communication [3rd party] support)

Task Organization (currently not up to par yet in a flexible enough design.)


I hope the constructive review helps.