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Ryver's weakest point among my circle of developers are the interface design and user experience. Of course in term of functionality and pricing offered by Ryver is better than Slack but these weakest point is the turning point where developers don't use Ryver. I mean no harm and thank you for hearing me out.
When receiving a chat notification on IOS or Android, the notification does not link to the chat. Clicking it takes you to the "All Notifications" page of Ryver instead. Meaning I then have to go find the person that messaged me to find out what that chat fully said.
When a Task section has over 600 or 700 active tasks, it's starts becoming unresponsive. As tasks increase, it first takes a few seconds to load, but then it can become completely unresponsive and the tasks won't load at all.
This happened to me. I was adding old tasks I had in my outlook, with the idea of working on them or assigning it to other people on my company. First it was only a couple seconds delay. Days passed and as I added more tasks the delay started to grow to 10 seconds, 20 seconds, 30 seconds, etc. Got to the point that it took a few minutes and sometimes it just would not load. I had to retry several times until it finally loaded, and I had no choice but to reverse the process: I started copying the tasks back to my outlook and deleting them from Ryver.
This shouldn't happen. Alternatively, Ryver should mention that users should not have more than X qty of active tasks.
As Admin we've hidden 'Topics, for a particular forum. All we have available for this particular forum is 'Chat'. However it is possible to enter a post into the Chat and then select 'Create topic' (and Create task) from the ... menu.
If Topics have been disabled in a particular forum, then the menu option to convert a 'Chat' post to 'Topic' should be removed.
I think adding checklists to tasks is great, but when they are hidden in the task content window, they get out of sight in the task board overview.
Thus, I would appreciate an ability to 'expand' individual tasks in the board overview to show all checklist items
You can quickly edit the previous message in chats but to edit a message that is above the previous one, you have to open the menu and select edit.
If editing of a message is made possible by simply double clicking it, it will be more intuitive.
The "Tasks" may not always have tasks, they could also be "documents", "items", "duties" etc. Though I understand that since it is tied with Ryver's task feature, this is the prime consideration. However, if it is used for some other purposes, the description "Tasks" and "Task" can be confusing to new user entering the forum.
Please consider adding "notes" function just like "decision" in Atlassian Stride. Embedding or seperation of a post as a "NOTE" or as a "Decision" really helps distinguish between normal chat and a specific or special thing that is mentioned in a long list of conversations. I loved this in Stride but i would love to see this here too.
if you have many tasks it becomes difficult to find a specific task id. It would be nice to have additional filter for the task id in the task view. Helpful would be as well if I could have a task url or could reference to a task like to teams e.g. +TASK-10
Hope many people would like to have this.
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After accepting a private team invitation, our users have to restart Ryver to make it show up in the "Private Teams" list. We're using the Windows desktop client.
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