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It would be great to see how long a user has been idle/away in mins/hrs Skype for Business (formerly Lync) had this feature. It would also be nice to be able to set the time limit for how long it takes for a user to go idle/away. Currently i think Ryver default is set to 30 mins.
Thanks for considering.
Allow for setting a schedule for Do Not Disturb on a user account. During the times specified, notifications would go to Notifications tab but not email or push notifications. This would be useful when staff are working outside of business hours and want to send updates while thinking about tasks. Other staff could have DND setup to ensure they don't get a notification on their phone at 9pm or 2am. Or 10:42pm.
Promoting Chats to a Post is an amazing feature! But what if someone continues talking about the topic outside of the post. It'd be great to be able to add those chats to the Post after it's been created.
Today, when there is a new message in a Forum the Forum in left side bar is in Bold.
When a message is created on a topic, inside this forum, I may receive notifications, but the Forum in left side bar is not in bold.
It would be nice to put the forum in Bold when a topic has a new message i did not read.
Right now there is no "Tasks" category when you add an idea to Ryver Product Ideas. I guess this probably happened because the Product Ideas was started before Ryver had tasks implemented. It's time to add it.
And, while you are at it, you should change the name of the POSTS category to TOPICS, as Ryver already changed that name a long time ago.
It would be very useful for Admins to have a few pages with analytics summary data and graphs, like Slack has.
As of today 2/7/2018, Slack has the following information in their Analytics page:
In the Overview Tab:
- All-Time Usage
- Messages Sent (by the whole organization)
- Increase/Decrease in qty and percentage of the messages in the last 30 days
- File Storage used (by the whole organization)
- Increase/Decrease in qty and percentage of files in the last 30 days
- Apps and Integrations Installed
- Active Users
- Graph showing Weekly Active users and alternatively Daily active users (over time)
- Public (Forums) and Private (Teams)
- Graph showing 2 tabs: Where people are reading and Where messages are sent. Percentage in Public Channels, Percentage in Private Channels, Percentage in Direct Messages
- Messages and Files Graph
- Graph showing 2 tabs: Messages sent and Files Uploaded (over time)
In the Channels Tab:
- Qty of Public Channels (forums). Then a table with the forum names, date created, last active date, Total members, messages posted
In the Members Tab:
- Table with all the members names, user names, email addresses, account creation date.
The Kanban (Trello type) view for Tasks is nice when you have only a few tasks. But when you have a lot of tasks, it is sometimes better to be able to switch (whenever you wish) to a Tabular view where you can decide which columns to show and how to sort (similar to Outlook tasks)
Similiar to Post Stream, a method for following updates - chats and posts - which employ a specific tag. This could also be a saved search that displays matching new results. I see this being Notifications, and not a separate sidebar area.
Thank you, can we have Contacts information ( Prospects, Clients, Personal Contact, Provider, Employee, Contractor ) and Calendar of Activities? It would be great
Would like to be able to map <OurAccount>.ryver.com to something like chat.<OurOrganization>.com and point our users to that URL.
It would be very helpfull for Managers and Asignees to be able to sort the tasks stream as the following:
- Sort by Asignee
- Sort by Date
- Sort by Asignee and Date
Implementation of this feature would improve User tracking of tasks as well as a better supervision
Notifications should show the Chat, Topic or Task line (or lines) being reminded in Yellow Highlight
Right now, when you set a reminder on a chat, once you click on the notification, you see a thin red line above the message you set the reminder on. However, when you have set a reminder on the title of the topic or a task (not on one of the lines in them), there's no indicator of which part of the topic or task is the one you are being reminded about. So each time you are looking at a notification, you spend a little bit of time looking for the red line or trying to figure out what part of the screen you are looking at has the issue you are being reminded about.
I propose that whatever you set the reminder on, the notification should show the Chat, Topic or Task line (or lines) being reminded in YELLOW HIGHLIGHT. So if it's one line, it will highlight that line. If it's the whole topic or task, highlight the whole thing. And, if you (Ryver) prefer another highlight color instead of yellow for some reason, it's fine with me.
Displaying only the day of the week and not the complete date doesn't make sense for older messages. Looking at the screenshot below, you'd think that the "Wednesday 9:52pm" message was sent yesterday, but it's actually months old. If a post is older than 1 week, it should display the date instead. "9/21/2016 9:52pm" makes much more sense in this context.
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