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In the case of using a forum as a forum of posts, it would be nice to be able to set the view to posts by default instead of chat
We have been using Ryver for the past year and it's amazing a Google Calendar integration has NOT been considered. Even simple apps like Trello have this FREE FEATURE. It's near to impossible to keep on top of adding tasks in Ryver and then adding to a team Google Calendar. Is this going to be a feature that's going to be considered in the next few months? If not, Im going somewhere else.
When typing @ to mention a particular person in the window, the list of users should sort by most recent activity (ideally in the specific forum you're typing in).
This will in most cases make it way quicker to find the person you're attempting to mention, rather than having to write out a lot of their name before you can hit 'enter'.
It would be great to provide custom fields within task objects like on trello.
There its a "Power Up" function and really helpful.
You can note your project costs, estimated hours and much more.
While import my boards from trello, badly all these data is lost...
A task kan have several items at the checklist.
Sometimes you can consider them as a small (sub)task.
And often some of the items (I call them subtasks) must be done by different users.
It should be nice If you can assign a user to a item.
So the subtask wil be seen at the task stream of that user.
And It would even be greater if the item also has a due date.
The other way to do this is.
An Item in a Task is a connected to an already existing separate Task.
But I think that is more confusing.
This feature will be very handy whenever you want to mention few members (of same role) in a private team chat or an open forum. This will stop bothering all team members @team or active team members @here who dont need any attention atm. Two instances of @mention for private team and global forum will be an additional benefit.
1. Private Team: "@designerteam can you fix this design issue"
2. For global Forum: "@designerglobal we have a designers meet at this location"
When I am in a private team and some @mentions me, I get a notification in the notifications tab. If I got to the private team and read that message, the notification should also get marked as read since it is just telling me to read the message I just read. So basically, if i open the message that the notification is telling me I got, the notification should be marked as read so I don't then have to go to the notification to clear it
Given that many people use Ryver and email together in a corporate environment, it would be great if email messages could be forwarded to Ryver users or groups.
For example, if my Ryver site was example.ryver.com and my user was martin, then someone should be able to send an email to email@example.com, and it should appear in my personal chat. Similarly, if there was a group called +idle on the site, someone should be able to send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and it should appear in that group.
The post in either the personal chat or group should retain the attachments as well.
we have 300+ people in the organisation and All Hands is getting out of control. We did check with Mim and understood there is no possibility to archive/delete that primary forum.
I suggest to be allowed to archive/delete it as it only takes a couple of weirdos to spam the whole organization and basically lose real man-hours of company time in pointlessly messaging everyone.
Alternatively, it would be nice to be converted to radio station where only admins can drop messages but no one would be able to give replays..would be great for us in IT.
It is nice to have such channel in a small team but with too many people it becomes a trouble...
I would like to integrate Ryver personal chats inside my website. The idea is to use Ryver to communicate with my site users inside my website. Each user would only see the direct conversation with the site admin and the general forum chat. Would you consider this in the future?
There is "Posts" right now which is great but it seems quite separated from the chat tab, which is great in its own way But the Chat tab could do with the ability to pin important messages, (just like slack). and have it on the side bars too, beside the current Profile/Roster/Files
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