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Our group is migrating from several other services and is concerned about the loss of openness. In our case, we would support anyone from the general public to read any of the Open Forums (similar to Gitter chat).
This would be especially important if we were to post links from our Open Forums to a public site - currently, unless the reader has an account within our group, then that link is useless. We would like to have some switch setting (via Eddy Bot) that would enable this support.
Obviously, the anonymous reader would not be able to comment or make any modification; but at least this feature would help our transparency and ease some of members hesitance to move across to Ryver.
Currently, if you're composing a message and the connection is lost, the message is also lost. This can be infuriating, especially when putting together something complicated, and especially because there are occasional short (and seemingly inexplicable) connection drops that can pop up, cause a message to be lost, and then disappear again.
Would it be possible to make Ryver keep the message even if the connection is lost?
Open forums and private teams are great, but, I think, an addition of open (and private) boradcasts. In boradcasts, only the creator of the list (and the members he/she invites him/her self) only can post or message and others can only read. Basically, read only forums (or teams) for almost all and read/write for some would be great. It'll enable us to create an announcement broadcast list, for example. We might be wanting to post important announcements and not let it get spamed by other messages.
At this point we are using Tags as a way to implement Custom Fields that we had in Asana. So the Tags in Ryver are being used quite often and because of that they are very important and should be able to be Manually Ordered, so that is is easier to separate them in "groups" or "sections" of related Tags.
These might be two separate bugs.
1. When I move a task from one category to another, the task sometimes does not "follow" my mouse and starts glitching all over the place. The scrolling panes in turn also start glichting and I cannot move the task with any accuracy, I have to guess where it will end up. This most often happens working on a high resolution screen (e.g., my 4k screen at home). It happens both in the browser (newest chrome version) and the desktop version (Ryver's older chrome version) and both on my windows PC and my MacBook.
2. With a very long task list (18 tasks one category, not that many tasks in my line of work), moving a task causes the internal vertical scroll bar of the category to glitch out and move to infinity. The task box I am moving then get's "stuck" in the top left corner and it stays there even when I then browse to a forum, chat, what have you. See attached screenshot.
These two issues make working with tasks on my Macbook pro retina and 4k screen pc really frustrating.
Slack's search function allows you to type "from:[team member name]", which is incredibly useful when trying to find their previous messages or files. That string can also be further filtered by typing "in:[channel/forum name]" I would love to see this implemented in Ryver as well!
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