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  3. What I ended up doing is using a specific outgoing email address and then having an auto reply set up should a member reply to a notification email, basically stating that they need to reply on the site.
  4. Hi @Kevin Carwile! The Custom Data for Albums is broken, doesn't display in public or admin mode. It's set as: But doesn't display when editing an album: Unless I'm doing something wrong?
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  6. Hi. Getting this error on the site. Any thoughts if it's related to Trophies and what it could be? Thanks. Error: Class 'IPS\trophies\Category' not found (0) #0 /home/xxx/public_html/applications/core/modules/admin/system/livesearch.php(53): IPS\trophies\extensions\core\LiveSearch\_Category->getResults('pre') #1 /home/xxx/public_html/system/Dispatcher/Controller.php(96): IPS\core\modules\admin\system\_livesearch->manage() #2 /home/xxx/public_html/applications/core/modules/admin/system/livesearch.php(33): IPS\Dispatcher\_Controller->execute() #3 /home/xxx/public_html/system/Dispatcher/Dispatcher.php(152): IPS\core\modules\admin\system\_livesearch->execute() #4 /home/xxx/public_html/admin/index.php(14): IPS\_Dispatcher->run() #5 {main}
  7. Hi. Getting this error. Do you think it's related to Club Enhancements and, if so, thoughts? Thanks. Error: Call to a member function memberStatus() on null in /home/xxx/public_html/uploads/template_2_d4b6ef87dffc5eda9a0f8614e0cdbd59_clubs.php:1842 Stack trace: #0 /home/xxx/public_html/system/Theme/Theme.php(892) : eval()'d code(287): IPS\Theme\Cache\class_core_front_clubs->header(NULL, NULL, 'sidebar') #1 /home/xxx/public_html/system/Theme/SandboxedTemplate.php(61): IPS\Theme\Cache\hook182->header(NULL, NULL, 'sidebar') #2 /home/xxx/public_html/applications/core/modules/front/clubs/view.php(100): IPS\Theme\_SandboxedTemplate->__call('header', Array) #3 /home/xxx/public_html/init.php(867) : eval()'d code(33): IPS\core\modules\front\clubs\_view->execute() #4 /home/xxx/public_html/system/Dispatcher/Dispatcher.php(152): IPS\core\modules\front\clubs\hook173->execute() #5 /home/xxx/public_html/index.php(13): IPS\_Dispatcher->run() #6 {main}
  8. Yes, I'd love to see this as well as when people respond directly to private messages via emai, which happens quite often. ..Al
  9. Would be a cool time saving feature for topics and would need some sort of confirmation that it has been posted into the reply. Commerce already does this nicely with support tickets.
  10. yes the non display is due to the calendar and is not a problem but it is his way of working "maybe display" only if the event is not limited in number of people I had limited in number of people and I understood the mode of operation by recreating an event without limit
  11. @Fosters I've just bought your app but the installation script is giving a timeout error. Maybe it is manipulating a table that is too large, since we have a big community? That is usually the case, and the solution is usually running the queries manually. Anyway, I can't install it here and I need some help. Thanks.
  12. There is no way to manually generate a verification code - the form they complete in a support ticket with custom fields can be replicated within the application though. What I think would be best for you though is to use the manual verification method and get the relevant information and once you are happy with everything you can manually approve the verification request. This is coming in the next version which is just being finalised and getting ready for testing with some other nice updates.
  13. There a group user often use email to work, if we can have this one, convert mail as our IPS editor, keeping all continue use our forums to communicate and discuss.
  14. I occasionally get some right around those prices. That's why I am so shocked, though... me going to concerts like that has apparently made me not realize just how expensive the shows are for the "most popular to young people" singers and groups are now. 🙂 I oddly saw Tom Petty, soundgarden, and the guy from stone temple pilots all in the years they died in... Too bad the only time I saw Tom Petty I was at the top of an arena and so it was echoing. lol. Bob Seger's is somewhere between $150 and $200 to be on the floor, not near the front. Also, around a decade ago I saw lynyrd skynyrd for about $30 and now they are about to be at that same place again and now it's well over $100 for just half way decent seats. I'd have to like someone a mighty lot to spend much over $100, let alone $600. lol. Oh and last time the rolling stones were here it was well over $100 for the seats at the TOP of the arena.
  15. There anyone asked for reply topic through email feature?
  16. RSVP is unlimited in the event above. Anyway, it’s a Calendar thing.
  17. Really depends who and where. Some performers keep ticket prices reasonable, like Tom Petty I never paid over $100 for floor tickets and got back arena multiple times for ~$30-40. That of course has been 2+ years since those concerts.
  18. Bad communities promise great things to its members. Good communities offer great things to its members. Great communities fulfill the greatness of its members. A primary purpose of every community is to fulfill the needs of its members. A strong community will go beyond the immediate, basic needs and ensure that fulfillment is a positive experience. By doing so, it builds in positive rewards and reinforcement for an enjoyable sense of togetherness. One of the cornerstone ideas of behavioral sciences is reinforcement: delivering a positive experience to members through multiple dimensions. Why they come, why the stay, and how to fulfill those needs is our third element of Sense of Community: Rewards & Reinforcement. Discover all the ways to fulfill member needs for your Invision Community. Fulfillment of Functional Needs Your community must have a clear and unique purpose. Your community must offer something valuable. And your community must solve a problem. This is the prime reason why a user would visit you in the first place and how you fulfill his most basic needs. He searches for a question, and your community provides the answer. Many communities build up their expertise through two ways: Crowd-source community solutions - You can highlight community-driven solutions in Invision Community to curate attention to the best answers. Two of the most underutilized features are Content Messages and Recommended Replies, which allow moderators to showcase and explain great user content. Bring experts into the community – Authoritative content should be posted and marked separately from regular user content. You can accomplish this by giving experts a dedicated Blog, authorship in Pages, or enabling Post highlights. Fulfillment of Personal Needs Beyond the fulfillment of basics needs, users want other wishes and desires. It’s impossible to identify all personal needs, but here are three of the biggest ones why users come together more: Group Status – People like to be on the “winning team,” and community success brings group members closer together. Highlight community success in your monthly newsletter or topic announcements. Competence – People are attracted to others with skills or competence. Introduce superusers and subject matter experts (SMEs) through interviews, team talk, or AMA topics ("ask me anything"). Rewards – Behavioral research shows that users gravitate toward groups that offer more rewards. Use tools like the Leaderboard, Group rank, Badges, and Reputation for extrinsic motivation that excite users and make them feel special. Fulfillment of Shared Values Society and our upbringing instruct us in a set of shared values. We bring those values into our online communities because they provide a framework of how to address our emotional and personal needs and the priority in which we address them. When users with shared values come together, they’re more receptive to helping others with the same value system: A Values Statement: Make it a point to identify the shared values in your community, in Guidelines or on a separate page. Affirm those principles in your interactions and, in difficult situations, frame your decision by referencing your community values. Private communities with high engagement usually have the strongest statements of values. Process vs. Outcome: How you answer is just as important as the answer. If you run a community that is technical, offers customer support, or involves lots of questions-and-answers, the process by which you arrive at the solution can help other users troubleshoot similar but different problems. Reinforce the solving process, and you’ll discover users will feel better about sharing their knowledge even if they don’t know the exact answer. Fulfillment by Networking Groups will naturally coalesce into smaller groups, as people find other people that they enjoy and who fulfill their own needs. Strong communities find ways to fit people together. Multiply Relationships: The sooner you can build relationships among members, the stronger those members will feel towards your community. In my community, I’ve created an “Ambassador” task force that welcomes new members to build personal relationships as soon as possible. Be a Networker: One of the virtues of being a community manager is that you’re normally introduced to the greatest number of people. Use your personal network within the community to connect two users together, bring other users into a conversion, or tap the expertise of others to help answer user questions. CONCLUSION There’s an Arabian proverb that says, “A promise is a cloud, fulfillment is rain.” Make it rain. Find ways to fulfill the greatness of your members, unleash a tidal wave of rewards and reinforcement that touch upon all the functional, personal, communal, and social needs of your members in the ultimate approach to member fulfillment. Build not just a good community, but a great one.
  19. I still get tickets for $20. In fact, I'm going to one next week.
  20. when the event is limited to a certain number of people the option "maybe" becomes unavailable
  21. I have no idea. Just created another event to test and MAYBE appears to me: Also took a look in the Calendar and on its settings and didn’t find anything. You better try a support ticket with IPS as it isn’t related to this app.
  22. Why, do you have multiple right answers in your install?
  23. in the calendar and then also in the widget I thought that the option "maybe" was an option added by your application that's why I'm asking here
  24. Those prices are insane. 😮 (But then I'm remembering $20 concerts with top rockers of the day from the 70's, lol.)
  25. I have some IT stuff, but for this you need multiple right anwsers.....
  26. I didn't see anything I couldn't live without, and most of it looked rather blah this year for some reason, so no purchases for me. Maybe next year.
  27. The mod can used to create 5 customs fields (example Editor) in the topic template, then each custom field is set up with permission readable and reply only for specific group? The mod work with Pages too?
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