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Please add the ability to select multiple chat messages to copy/paste the quote block ">"s for copy/pasting to other forums or 1 to 1 chats.
Many other chat applications have the ability to either hotkey, or click on a users name in chat to automatically insert @bob.dylan (or whomever) into the message box, then changing focus to the text box. Useful for fast replies to a user.
Preview button moves away from mouse to disable preview. Small OCD here, but somewhat annoying if formatting a large message and previewing often.
Would like to be able to configure a hotkey to start a new direct message and jump to the available people to search with a cleared search field.
i.e Mac Example - Command + N (or whatever you configure in hotkeys) - Jumps to the Direct Messages Search of Active Users with cursor in the Find Users field so I can type the persons name, then hit enter to go to the Direct Message chat with that team member.
I could not find any obvious way to cancel from replying to a chat. That is, if I've pressed the reply button, then thought better of it and decided I don't want to reply. I'm then stuck with the open reply box with no (apparent) way of cancelling out of it. Have I just missed something?
I would love for Ryver to offer a chat box on page just like FB. My team manages a lot of tasks every day and we work on a fast pace basis and on schedule. Honestly, it's a little annoying to exit a task window just to click on a direct message and then reply. How about while I'm on that window/task I can also reply to a direct message? That way it saves time and lessens the number of clicks I have to take, time saver and more efficient.
So far, Ryver is fairly easy to use, and I am still getting the hang of it. I would love to explore it more and have a "chat box" added soon.
I like the ability to promote chats into a post. However, there is no way to tell from the Chat page that a particular message has been promoted into a post. I have a few ideas for how this might be done, but none are completely satisfactory. I'll mention 2 of them here:
1. For promoted messages which are sequential, add a visual like what Twitter uses for threaded messages (they are connected with a gray vertical line). Then, at the end/bottom, include an ellipsis button or some other icon which links to the corresponding Post. Pros: visual clarity and intuitiveness (in my opinion). Cons: Not clear how this would work when non-sequential chat messages are promoted, or when a message is promoted into more than one chat.
2. Include an option in the ellipsis menu (or an icon on the mouseover menu with Reply and Create Post) for chat messages called "View posts based on this message" or something similar. Pros and cons are switched from my first suggestion. In particular, I would still like to see a visual indication that a chat message was promoted.
When replying a conversation, or thread, is created. It would be great to be able to access them, the thread outside the forum, so one can follow each of them in different positions within the UI, in different panes or sections.
Posts are a bit of an overkill; all I want is to be able to select a message that is interesting or useful, and then have a view of all the messages that were interesting or useful so a) that either they can easily be referenced or b) someone can catch up easily.
Perhaps giving the ability to upvote messages and then show a view of a forum where you can see all the messages that were highlighted this way, either in chronological order or by number of upvotes would be useful for others to catch up on what has been going on in the forum.
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