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As admin, we regularly deactivate users after projects get completed. When teams get very big, the only way for us to reliably look up users is using the registered email they used when we sent out the invite. Otherwise, all a user needs to do is to change username and email address to stay in the Ryver org.
Restricting users from changing email adds will solve a lot of user management issues.
Would love to be able to generate Ryver usage statistics for all members. These stats would show information for a period specified. Example stats below:
- How many chat messages a user sent
- How many posts a user sent
- Last login
- Emoticon count
Basically stats to show a single users or all users combined activity on Ryver.
We would like to assign the Display Name for all Guest accounts so that it is obvious to our members that a Guest is present without needing to open the side panel. We would like this to be something the guest can not change and is only available to Admins for alteration.
I am part of the core team of India's largest student run cultural fest. We have a team of nearly 500 students for organising with 11 sub departments and 5 levels of organisation. There is a lot of inter-department relationship both on line and offline. For this finding people using their department and organisation level is necessary. Also there are certain personal details that are necessary (like room number and college ID) that we need to reach them on line and offline and for bureaucratic reasons. I suggest you add a feature to create a custom profile information form when the primary owner creates the team. Also when inviting team members allows admins to fill in the organisation level. It is similar to the profile information available on the enterprise version of outlook. This makes team building on ryver so easy. The alternative we are currently using is to hack the "role" field for this purpose. But it is not an elegant solution. Also our team-mates have to instructed to type the role in a certain format. Enforcing standards is very difficult especially when number of team-mates are large.
Right now the only forum that automatically adds all users is the ALL HANDS. I suggest that when an creating a Forum, the Admin should be able to choose if joining the forum is voluntary or automatic. That setting could be toggled at any time by the General Admin or the Forum Admin.
On the login screen of a Ryver site, there needs to be a way to self-register (with approval from an admin, of course), or a way to request to join, which an admin can then approve.
This way, I can send a link to the site to the users in my organization and they can sign up without me having to invite them individually.
(It is better if they request to join, rather than me "forcing" the solution on them).
When a users email address is changed because the naming convention was changed or it was not put in right, there is no way to simply update an email address. By changing it (essentially creating an entirely new account) this leaves a duplicate user and also removes the ability for the person to view their chat history unless they juggle multiple accounts.
A competitor, has a great feature that restricts/or only allows email registrations from the corporate domain, without invitation. This way anyone in the company can join without needing to be invited. Of course you can also send an invitation to anyone who does not have a corporate email. This allows a lot of people to join with little or no administration.
People should be able to change their user name, but this appears not to be possible.
Someone may choose a name they later realise is inappropriate. Or two people with the same first name join and need to differentiate themselves: will everyone remember that the second Helen to join the organization is @helenr, not @helen?
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