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Would like to be able to set up a poll within a forum or team and have users vote. The poll would display the results prominently. Perhaps this would be a special type of Post on the POSTS tab.
Please add an option to give other users edit rights on a post, allowing me to create a post, but have others collaborate directly by editing the post. The options would be to allow Team Admins to edit the post, or all Team Members.
Replies to a post show up in the order submitted. This can make it hard to follow along, even if someone includes text from the previous post. It would be useful to me if the replies were nested under their parent; being collapsible would also be nice.
Similar to how flowdock allows. They give a custom email address for your flowdock account for every discussion. you can send from any email address and it will create a post
It would be nice to be able to pick a specific date and time versus needing to add the exact number of hours from the current time into the future. Ex. If it is 4:40 pm my time and I say remind me in 1 day it will remind me tomorrow at 4:40 pm. If I want it to remind me at 8am the next day I would have to set it for 15 hours which would return it at 7:40 am. Not an issue if it is just one day but from Friday to Monday it becomes challenging. :-)
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.
It would be useful if there was an icon for each user below the last post a user has viewed. This would allow other users to know who has seen their post. Sometimes even if a user is not idle, they may not notice a post and then never look at that forum.
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