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When creating a topic in a team it would be nice if you could chose who should get notifications for this topic. This would mean that when it gets created everyone else would be unsubscribed from the topic (subscribing later is still an option).
Building on this, is would also be nice if it was possible to do this when creating a user topic (meaning you could add multiple users instead of just one), then if could act as an alternative to group chat (which is still a missing feature for Ryver).
If this change is implemented it would probably be a good idea to allow users to somehow see who is subscribed to a topic. By the way, "Topics" is still called "Posts" in your feedback system categories.
In the user preferences, to toggle the Post Streams off, the website needs to reload the page, however... the reload occurs before the setting is applied, thus not saving the setting. There is no option to change settings to apply them to the next reload.
The way it is now, the Posts column shows many of my files as "wfdocument.aspx", but the file list shows the understandable names. That is not exactly helpful. (And it is further complicated by the fact that the file list includes all files in the forum, so finding out what is connected where is almost impossible.)
The way it is now, all files for all posts in the forum are listed. It would be a great help if only the files for one post at a time were listed.
I wish to see the most recent COMMENT first within a post.
Many times it makes sense mentioning new post replies in the chat. Yes, people subscribed to the post are notified on replies but in some cases one would like to share the discussion with the entire forum, so the option to "___ replied on post ___" within forum chat is useful.
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