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Creating a reminder in Ryver currently takes 3 clicks, vs 1 click for starring a message on Slack. The good thing about Ryver’s reminders is that users can choose if they want to be reminded NOW or in a few minutes, hours days. Currently, on the right of each message there are a REPLY, REACTION and 3PERIODS icons.. I suggest that this is changed to REPLY, REACTION, REMINDER and 3PERIODS icons. This way, setting reminders would change to 2 clicks instead of 3. Makes the system more efficient.
It would be nice if Ryver put filter on Task Stream as it implemented in Task Tab, Our team daily routine is go to task stream and filter "Assigned to Me" at this moment it filled with Task that already done and not done, which is bit messy... if you can filter by "Not Done" only OR by specific "Tag" it would be more productive flow
Whenever I try to move (drag and drop) a file to a reply in a Task, I get an error (see picture). Uploading works fine though.
Right now, Ryver only integrates with Zapier. There's the Webhooks option, but seems to require some level of technical knowledge. Most users will probably not be able to use Webhooks easily. And even Zaps are not so easy for the common user.
Slack has hundreds of native integrations: https://slack.com/apps
Ryver should actively seek native integrations with the most popular apps out there. Native integrations promote the use of Ryver and can help current Ryver users get more "juice" from Ryver.
This is a feature Slack introduced some time ago. It's a minor thing but I find it to be nice. Emojis have the right size for when you put them together with text. But, sometimes you reply to something just with an emoji. It would be nice to see that one bigger, maybe 2 or 3 times as big as the normal emoji size.
When trying to leave a team that is no longer relevant, if that person created the team, they cannot leave. Even after setting another team member as admin of that team, the creator cannot leave. This setup ensures several staff are on teams they no longer need to participate in, since the remaining team members want to retain the data meaning we can't archive.
Please allow the creator of a team to name a successor and then depart.
When using the @name in a chat or post it would be awesome if the name that went into the chat or post was the display name instead of the actual @username. For example if my username is @jmaxwell and my display name is "John 647" (where 647 is a location number) or "John Maxwell" it would be nice to have the display name inline in the chat as everyone may not know who jmaxwell is but they may know who "John 647" is. I hope I am being clear in what I am trying to ask for. This could be categorized in Chat or Post as it is the same for both.
Would like direct messages to work like text messages. Notifications currently don't occur if the App isn't open on your device. If people on my team don't have the app running, or the desktop program open, notifications only happen via email
When doing code shares, these can be long snippets. Many times the comments within the main post, along with shared pics or links, are tedious to navigate. So if a collapse button were to be right next to the top line of code to collapse only the code between the back-ticks, this would be sweet! (Method Ex.:)
If it doesn't already exist, it would be nice to have a mechanism for quickly showing new Ryver users (web) how to use the system. I'm envisioning overlays that appear the first time a new user logs in to show them key features.
We have found in our group that many new users haven't discovered that the "Open Forums" link is clickable, as surprising as this sounds. As a result, their sidebar isn't populated with forums and they aren't even aware that discussions are taking place all around them.
It would be nice if overlays appeared when they first signed on (or perhaps every time they sign on until they enter a forum) encouraging them to click on the Open Forums list to enter the ones that appear interesting to them. Once they do this, perhaps another overlay could appear to point out how the forum is now in their sidebar and how it will change color when new content appears.
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